Suggestion for grips for S&W model 36 snub

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    Suggestion for grips for S&W model 36 snub

    I am thinking of replacing the original grips on my S&W model 36. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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    look for a set of the new factory boot grips. or you can put a t-grip on the wood grips.
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    I don't know about for J frames but for my SP101 I added Badger boot grips. www.badgercustomgrips.com The grips are beautiful and Mr. Badger is a very nice helpful man.


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    Right.................pachmyer are the ones.......been using them on mine for 25 yrs.........or so.

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    I use Hogue Monogrips on all my snubs. But here is a Ford, Chevy, Dodge question....find the one that works for you. Pachmayer, Spegel, Hogue....all are fine peices of kit, but one will be "perfect" for you. The advantage of Hogue and Pachmayer is you can spend $20, and if over the course of time you don't like them, you aren't out a ton of money.

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    Thank you for the ideas. I will check them all out.

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    Here's some good websites where they sell high quality and exotic grips for J Frames:
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