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Rubber grips for revolver

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by riflenut, Mar 5, 2010.

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  1. riflenut

    riflenut Member

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    if choosing rubber grips for your revolver which do you prefer , hogue or pachmayer finger grips. For me i like the pachmayer brand best, i own a Colt trooper mk111 and a Smith & Wesson 686 both 357mag. I like the firm grip of the PACHS over the some what spongy feel of the HOGUES.
     
  2. savit260

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    Hogues don't fit my hand at all, and I find them quite uncomfortable.

    I've had better luck with Pachmayer when it comes to rubber grips.
     
  3. Nick5182

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    Hogue's grips fit my hands great. I love them. My dad prefers the Pachmayr Compac grips.
     
  4. L-Frame

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    Pachmayr Compac Professionals are my favorite grips for K & L round butts.
     
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    Yes, I like these for that reason over the hogues. I usually go with wood or something in that line. But when it comes to rubber, the Pachmayr "professionals" are the choice.
     
  6. 9mmepiphany

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    i used Pachs on my duy gun for years until the Hogues came on the market. i found that the Hogues gave me better index when drawn from a duty holster...they also seemed to point better when mounted on my PPC gun

    the Pacmayr Compact Professionals are a better CCW grip when grip length becomes an issue, although the Hogue Batam grips are a bit more compact on the J-frame
     
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