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Need a larger S&W J frame Grip

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by RiverRatMatt, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. 390ish

    390ish

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    I am waiting for my Ahrends from Brownell's to arrive. I detest finger grooves on revolvers.
     

  2. Wyoming

    Wyoming

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    Something else you might try. I don't how big your hands are but if you are a big guy you might consider going up one size in revolvers to the S&W K frame in three inch barrel.

    Like Berto said, once you go to a really bigger grip it defeats the purpose of the J frame. You reach diminishing returns to the point that a K frame would fit. If so, you will have a better trigger and could go to 357 magnum. A K frame 357 shooting 158 grain SWC LHP P+ ammo is a serious fighting handgun. A 357 would be "more better".:whistling:
     
  3. RiverRatMatt

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    The J frame is still thinner and lighter than just about anything out there. The small increase in grip size has no effect on my IWB or cargo pocket carry :)

    I might order one of the Pachmyer grips just to see how it fits, but the Hogue Monogrip suits me fine