Looking for grips for a Smith and Wesson Model 60

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    Looking for grips for a Smith and Wesson Model 60

    Just bought a Model 60 and looking for new grips, need ideas. thanks

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    Try Crimson Laser 305.
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    Hey Thanks just need a nice set of grips

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    altamont grips. they are wood grips and can be had for a reasonable price. very nice.

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    I use Ahrend's tactical grips. Brownell's has a good selection of Ahrends in both tactical and boot for the j-frame:

    S&W REVOLVER EXOTIC WOOD GRIPS | Brownells

    Top Gun Supply has a smaller selection: Ahrends S&W J FRAME GRIPS - Top Gun Supply

    I also have some altamonts. Altamont Company - Smith & Wesson

    Be careful of oversized Fingergrooved altamonts (OS FG), as those can present some extraction problems for the j-frames. The boot grips and the round combat grips are fine, though.

    Good luck!

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    Altamont Grips

    I have Altamont dymondwood boot grips on my model 60.

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    I have the Hogue rubber grips on my S&W. I really like them. Hogue Soft Rubber Grips for Revolver and Semi Automatic Handguns
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    You can get this direct from S&W. It's SKU #411740000 and is only $42.97 +s/h (they are not on their website), have to call them.
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    The posted S&W grips are the ones that come on the Pro Series Model 60, and I think they are my favorite J-frame grips.
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    I prefer hogue bantam grips. I have heard they are too sticky for some but they fit me like a glove. My 642 and 3" 13 both wear them. If hogue made them for a sp101 my sp would wear them as well

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    I like the factory grips on my MOD 60. They handle recoil of hot 357s pretty well. If I was going to replace them it would probably be with the big Crimson Trace grips. Since mine is a carry gun I stay away from fancy wood stocks.
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    Lots of good looking grips on this thread. Those from Smith and Wesson probably look the best and will be the most comfortable for a day at the range. Pogo2's grips ain't too shabby, either.

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