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Taurus Tracker grip replacements

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by 44and45, Apr 16, 2007.

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  1. 44and45

    44and45 Member In Memoriam

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    Any Taurus Tracker 5 shooters have a set of Pachmayr rubber grips on them. :confused:

    Does Pachmayr even make them for the Tracker, mine's a .45 Colt caliber.

    The taurus has a long bolt running up through the bottom of their grip, does not have a side mounted screw like most grip makes.

    Jim
     
  2. steelhead

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    Hogue makes a rubber monogrip.
     
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    use the hogue 73000 you will like it......
     
  4. 44and45

    44and45 Member In Memoriam

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    Hey, I looked them Hogue 73,000 grips up, they do look great.

    Thanks for the tip, will be getting some soon I hope.

    Jim :)

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    tracker

    I just purchased the Hogue mongrip and am having a problem lining up the screw hole. I wish someone would make wood grips for the Tracker series.
     
  6. 44and45

    44and45 Member In Memoriam

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    Stormin29, did you contact Hogue about grip bolt not linening up??? :confused:

    I contacted Hogue in California this morning, trying to find out what would fit my Taurus tracker which is a .45 Colt caliber. They seemed to think a M-450 would work OK, but checking my gun's frame it says 460...they never heard of such a number.

    I also asked them about the grip's bolt not linning up with the frame's thread. They recomended heating the grips to where they become a bit soft and plyable. Use heat source like a hair drier blow gun.


    Jim
     
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