S&W 66 square butt grips

S&W 66 square butt grips

This is a discussion on S&W 66 square butt grips within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; One of my S&W 66s has a rubber Hogue finger grip on it that rubs me the wrong way. Does anyone make a smaller, more ...

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    S&W 66 square butt grips

    One of my S&W 66s has a rubber Hogue finger grip on it that rubs me the wrong way. Does anyone make a smaller, more concealable grip for a square butt K frame? A smoother grip may not rub as bad.
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    Uncle Mikes rubber grips work well. The only problem is locating a pair to buy. They are also marketed under the Butler Creek brand name.

    IIRC, the S&W factory page has them for sale. I pick mine up at area gunshows. Great feeling grips, that don't grab or print badly. Good luck! Regards 18DAI.

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    Check out Hogue grips.
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    Check out the wooden grips from Hogue. Some of them come smooth. They look nice as well

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    Thanks for the links, I'll check them out.
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    In reality there isn't a truly concealable grip for square K frames. Me, I have a set of Herrett's Shooting Stars but they are more for comfortable shooting than concealed carry. Probably the best concealed carry "squares" for a K frame would be some traditional S&W Magna's that came stock on the K frame .38's. Eagle Grips makes some that style for the K as well.

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