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Small CCW grips for Sp101

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by TonyB, Oct 7, 2005.

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  1. TonyB

    TonyB Member

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    Who's got 'em and where did you get them?Pictures would help....I've gone back to the stock grips because they're shorter than the Hogues for carry(print less)..but I recall seeing some of your grips that are even smaller.thanks.
     
  2. Mastrogiacomo

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    I don't know why you'd want smaller - the stock is just fine for me. It's ideal for carry and absorbs recoil nicely - something I can't say for the S&W factory grips which is why I use Pachmayr.
     
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    The Uncle Mike's (or maybe Butler Creek - same thing) grips for the SP101 have more of a round-butt profile and slim down toward the butt. They have a distinctly more easily concealable profile than the more-squared factory grips, IMO, being more rounded and tapered, but they are not really "smaller" than the factory grips. Less than 20 bucks.
     
  4. TonyB

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    Mastrogiacomo:the stock one's aren't really too big(or the Hogue's for that matter)I'm just trying to get closer to the size of a j-frame grip.If i'm going to ther range for an extended shoot of the sp I use the Monogrip.. ;)
     
  5. gunnut75

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    sp101 short grip for that snubbie..........

    :neener: looking for a short grip for that snubbie ruger try badger custom grips if you want a facy wood ones or if you want a ruber one try packmar grips they make a short one to for the sp101 hope this was of help to you all :D
     
  6. Ric

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    Badger grips work pretty well for me.

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    I use the Uncle Mike's boot grips on mine. Two reasons, fits in the front pocket of my jeans and changes the felt recoil giving me a faster second shot.
    Those Badger grips sure are pretty though!
    Bob
     
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    Indubitably the Pachmayr Compac

    I went through the same search, and found these to be excellent. But they are pretty darn small. Good grip texture too, but very firm. Not at all soft like some of the larger Pachys.

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    http://www.lymanproducts.com/pachmayr/revolver.htm
     
  9. Mastrogiacomo

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    Those are the grips I have on my J frame. The hard grip of the S&W always require a grip change for comfort shooting long term at the range.
     
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    Butler creek boot grips I like those custum wood grips though. And most important they fill in the trigger guard
     
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    I have to admit, I'm beginning to get the hots for those Badger grips. Maybe on my GP100 3 inch since I'm totally satisfied with the stock grips for my SP101 .357 (the only time this has ever happened with factory grips). The Pachmayr Compacts look interesting too.
     
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    I got the Pachmayr Compac grips on mine. They work beautifully for CCW.
    I got it on Auction Arms.
     
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    Lots of nice grips out there for the SP101. I have to say though that the factory grips are some of the nicest I have ever had for a concealed revolver, especially a .357.

    They are soft enough to soften recoil and just big enough to comfortably fit the hand without being over large, and they are one of the very few grips that i have been able to locate that would adhere to the hand but *not* to clothing.
     
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