J Frame Grips

J Frame Grips

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    J Frame Grips

    I have stock grips on my 442 and am considering a Barami Hip Grip and Tyler T Grip combo. It seems more versatile for pocket/ankle carry and and also as a quick grab for IWB.

    Anyone have this setup?

    My other splurge may have to be a custom set of damascus grips from Wicked Grips, if they make them for a J Frame. They are too cool!

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    I've attached a pic of my "J" that I've run for a few years now.

    It's not my original idea by any stretch ,( got the idea from Gomez), but I thnk it's the best set-up, for my particular needs.

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    Nice set up Jamie...but I'm curious...if you only carry 4 rounds like some recommed for quicker reloading, why you don't put the space in the middle...wouldn't that facilitate a faster load? I love tylers too....


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    Thumbs up

    I jsut added the high grips on my 642, I like them alot except that there's alot more buck when shooting +Ps, I will be adding the T-grip sooner or later.

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    I'm partial to rosewood like the ones on last year's Christmas present.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLeather View Post
    Nice set up Jamie...but I'm curious...if you only carry 4 rounds like some recommed for quicker reloading, why you don't put the space in the middle...wouldn't that facilitate a faster load? I love tylers too....
    Nice setup LL!

    I run my speed strips such that I have a bit more gripping surface on either end, if I need to reload under pressure, what with fine motor skill degradation and all.

    Iíve found, for myself, when pressure testing against the clock, itís the fastest way to get my snubby back into the fight.

    Stay Safe,

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    Quote Originally Posted by semperfi.45 View Post
    I have stock grips on my 442 and am considering a Barami Hip Grip and Tyler T Grip combo. It seems more versatile for pocket/ankle carry and and also as a quick grab for IWB.
    Anyone have this setup?
    I do on my 49.


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    I like the ones I got from
    www.grips4guns.com

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    Kevin,

    Is your barrel and cylinder refinished or is it just the lighting?
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    Just the bad lighting!!

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    Those are good looking grips. Do you pocket carry them?
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    Most of the time its in my glove box - but I do pocket carry it often.
    Kevin at K & D Holsters made this Elephant trimmed pocket holster to match the grips and it disappears in my cargo shorts.

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    Nice. Very sexy setup.
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    I suppose I'm old fashioned. Here's my preference.....

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