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    Ive got a holster ordered for my 64-3 4 inch bbl S&W 38 special. Ive got Hogue grips on it but feel wood grips would be better for concealment. Can you larger revolver guys post photo's of your grips on your carry revolvers and state how well they work and where to purchase them? Thanks to all.

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    If you like the shape and feel of the Hogue's they make them in wood also, but I don't care for them for concealed carry because the bottom fastening system they use makes the butt longer.

    My hands are a bit small and I like Ahrends combat grips the best. They're very slim and sleek compared to some of the other grips out there, particularly the smooth ones without finger grooves. The only thing I don't like about them is that they don't offer them checkered, which I prefer and would gladly pay extra for.

    Here's a link to their site and a picture of the square butt combat grips:

    http://ahrendsgripsusa.com/revolver.htm

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    Do they have rosewood grips in the exact same shape/size/everything as the stock grips for the 642?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kavity View Post
    Do they have rosewood grips in the exact same shape/size/everything as the stock grips for the 642?
    The stock grips that come on the 642 were designed by Craig Spegel for Uncle Mike's, who makes the rubber grips for S&W or at least used to. Spegel still makes his wood grips, though they're kind of hard to get. As far as I know he hasn't got a website and usually sells through resellers, though you may be able to contact him directly. Lightning Arms Sports carries his grips. Here's a link:

    http://www.lightningarms.com/spegel_boot.htm
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    I recommend that you take a look at Herrett's Stocks for your K frame.


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    Take a look also at Badger Custom Grips. I don't own a set yet, but will probably be getting some in the near future. I've heard great things about them on the Colt Forum. Really beautiful work.
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    Buy them from Hogue.
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    I've been wanting something like this for my 29-2...


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