S&W Model 915

S&W Model 915

This is a discussion on S&W Model 915 within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I am thinking about getting some custom grips for my Smith 915. Had this gun since 1994 really like it, but it would be nice ...

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    S&W Model 915

    I am thinking about getting some custom grips for my Smith 915. Had this gun since 1994 really like it, but it would be nice to dress it up some. Any advice on grip makers ?
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    Guess not, no wonder I can't find anything either...lol
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    Found a place, thanks.
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    A couple of years back I got a set of Hogue Pao Ferro grips for my 908. They look great and fit my hand real well. Took awhile to get them, but that's OK.

    I ordered them through Midway.
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    I find my 915 to be an enjoyable piece to shoot as well...! Where did you find grips for it? I believe a lot of the 59xx series grips would work...


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    S&W Model 915

    Found hogue grips, the tulip wood might look pretty sharp on this weapon. Thinking light colored wood with some red color grain. And yes the 59__ series is a match.
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    I have the Hogue grips. Were on the 915 when I bought it over 10 years ago. Just recently found the factory 1-piece grips to replace the thick rubber ones with. The rubber grips are almost 1/4" thicker than the OEM ones, and offer nothing for concealability if required. The rubber is too thick and grippy on clothing... Went with the thinner OEM plastic grips while they were still available. I would be interested in seeing photos of nice checkered wood grips however... I like options... ;)

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    More pics if anybody has them. Those old Smiths are such nice looking pistols.

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    While they do not make specific grips for the 3rd gen smiths, they do sell sheets of their product so that you can make your own.

    TALON Grips for Glock, XD, XDM, Kahr, Ruger and Kel-Tec Pistols. Free Shipping!
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