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which grip?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Strings, Oct 6, 2005.

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  1. Strings

    Strings Member

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    Hey all...

    Looking at putting new grips on my S&W K frame .357. I've narrowed the choice to either a boot grip from Butler Creek or the Compac from Pachmayr... and I can't get any farther. No stores in the area carry either, and I hate asking someone to order them in just so I can try 'em. The pistol has a 3" bbl, and will be taking up residence in my Coronado concealment vest. For referance, I've got fairly small paws. The grips in question:

    Pachmayer: http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/ctd/...gid=&mscssid=N9C0VVNC7B0S9LQA09LE77XPFR2J41M4

    Butler Creek:
    http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/ctd/...gid=&mscssid=N9C0VVNC7B0S9LQA09LE77XPFR2J41M4

    Input?
     
  2. Mastrogiacomo

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    Small hands myself. I prefer Pach as I think it absorbs recoil better and looks nicer.

    Laura
     
  3. kframe357

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    Why not a wood boot grip?
    my 3" .357
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  4. Strings

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    eventually, I'd like to go with wood. But for now, I'd like something smaller than the combat grips that are on it, and the two choices are the most affordable...
     
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