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SP101 revolver question

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by GOCANES, May 8, 2012.


  1. GOCANES

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    Currently have a Ruger SP101, spurless, 2 1/4 bl revolver. The factory grips did not feel comfortable to me while shooting( kind of hard/hurting in the hand). I was thinking of the Hogue grips, but also considering a set of CT lasergrips. Anyone out there have the setup with the CT's on their SP101...how does it feel in the hand..any problems with a holster designed for one without the CT attached not working with the CT attached..thanks in advance for any help. Mainly concerned about the feel.
     

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  2. collim1

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    Cant comment on the CT grips, but I do have experience with the Hogues and a SP101. If you get the Hogues I prefer the soft rubber vs the hard nylon. I have tried them both.
     

  3. DonD

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    I've had two SP101s, only have the 3"er right now. My attitude is that if I'm going to carry a .357, I'm going to run hot loads for self defense and I use Buffalo Bore 158 gr JHPs. They run about 1320 fps in my gun.

    The factory grips hammer my middle finger (can't do without your middle finger when driving :supergrin:).

    I found the rubber Hogues to be vastly more comfortable, middle and all other fingers are fine. Don
     
  4. Andrewsky

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    The hogue grips feel better than a woman's breast.
     
  5. Bruce M

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    Got to be the wrong woman then:supergrin: