SP101 Grips

This is a discussion on SP101 Grips within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by mjeffa212 Been in the same situation, Taush grips from france worked for me, synthetic plain black, not grippy and fits a smaller ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjeffa212 View Post
    Been in the same situation, Taush grips from france worked for me, synthetic plain black, not grippy and fits a smaller hand.

    Good luck! The SP101 is my edc.:
    I don't often see the Trausch Grips around. I picked up the Trausch for my SP101 several years ago and used it for awhile. I finally sat it aside in favor of the Pachmyr Compac. I still have the Traush Grip. It's a good choice for the SP101. Here's a picture:
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    Yeaaah, but the idea of (gulp!) FRENCH grips on my SP101 kinda' gives me the woolies. Like trading in my Porsche for a Renault or something. I think I'd rather play naked kick-the-hornets'-nest.
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    These are not bad for compact grips. No problems shooting .357's with them. Badger Custom Grips


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    SP101 Grips

    I have eagle wood grips on my 3in sp101 357. They do not grab on clothing.

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    I got the Hogue Mono grip in today. Ordered the Mono grip in nylon as some of my other carry pistols have rubber Hogue grips and if my cover garment doesn't adhere to it, lint certainly does! Anyway, had the Hogue grips on in about 5 minutes and immediately found them to be much more comfortable than the stock grips. The stock grips just did not let my little finger fit without discomfort and overall, I found the stock grips small. MUCH more comfortable feeling with the Hogue grips.

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    Those look nice Jay. Are they firmer than the sticky monogrip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spovik View Post
    Those look nice Jay. Are they firmer than the sticky monogrip?
    Thanks. Yes, they are firm. When I checked out the reviews and talked to folks about the nylon Hogues, the one comment that was common to all was, it feels like a wood grip initially, I thought about wood, but I couldn't find anything that really "struck my fancy", so I figured for less than $20.00, I'd try these out and just get the wood when I find exactly what I want. Plus, I think the Hogues give the revolver a more "utilitarian" look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tkruf View Post
    Get some wood grips.

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    I've been wanting an LCR and those grips you have on your avatar are pretty nifty.
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    I use Pachmayr Compac grips on my SP-101 and carry it in a Side Guard Quick Clip holster.

    Gold Dots in 125 gr. .357 is my carry load of choice so the grips are real important in recoil control and followup shots.

    No problems with the grip material catching on the cover shirt. I always wear an undershirt of some sort to keep the gun away from my skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjeffa212 View Post
    Been in the same situation, Taush grips from france worked for me, synthetic plain black, not grippy and fits a smaller hand.

    Good luck! The SP101 is my edc.:
    I LOVE my Trausch grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElMonoDelMar View Post
    I've been wanting an LCR and those grips you have on your avatar are pretty nifty.
    Eagle grips

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkruf View Post
    Thanks! I'll check em out.

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    I've had the Badgers and Eagle grips. But keep going back to the factory grips with stag inserts.

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    Grips are a personal choice so you will have to try a few. Try looking for used ones to keep the cost down. Anyway, I found that my skin got torn up from the holster and grips regardless of what I did so I just always wear an under shirt. So don't rule that out just yet.

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    Here is mine in some ironwood hogues I bought from a freind.
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