Tyler T Grip In Production

Tyler T Grip In Production

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    Tyler T Grip In Production

    I may have mentioned in a previous post that I had ordered a T Grip from Tyler Mfg Co in OK City for one of my revolvers. I was aware of previous problems with this company but the website led to believe that improvements had been made and even indicated that a 6-10 day turnaround time could be expected. I took a chance and ordered.

    I received the T Grip yesterday, a full 9 weeks after my payment check cleared my Credit Union. I had written a letter inquiring as to the status of my order after waiting 6 weeks but got no response. I did receive the T Grip yesterday after 9 weeks.

    So there you have it. The T Grip is perfect and provides the desired effect on my revolver. As for the Tyler Mfg Co, I guess it is what it is. They will make you a T Grip. It just might take a couple of months and you won't hear from them during the process.

    Now that I think about it there probably isn't more than a handful of us dinosaurs who even knows what a Tyler T Grip is anyway.
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    I've had one on my S&W 36 since 1972. Great little item, but they've gotten pricey! Glad you got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJ44 View Post
    I've had one on my S&W 36 since 1972. Great little item, but they've gotten pricey! Glad you got it.
    Mine purchased directly from Tyler Mfg cost $27.00 plus $6.75 shipping. I have seen them sell much higher than that on ebay. Another reason why I was willing to take a chance on Tyler. This one is the only one I have ever owned.

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    Barami Hip grip and Tyler T. Classic.
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    I want one for my Ruger Security six ; )
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    I knew of of 'em but shunned 'em like the plague for 35 years, thinking they were a hideously ugly accessory item and a piece of baggage my revolvers could do without. If I bought a revolver at a gun show that had one, I'd make it stay with the seller.

    Less than two years ago I finally got around to trying one on my revolver most familiar to me and it made what I thought was a fine and familiar fit to my hand a whole lot better. It was supposed to be only a trial and then the thing was coming off.

    A T-Grip with factory stock panels affords great control for a fellow with large hands and long fingers and is a real aid to double-action shooting, something I wouldn't have expected to appreciate.

    I still think they look hideously ugly but my main usin' guns are sporting 'em these days.
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    I have them on several revolvers, and I think everything about them is great except for price and ordering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superhouse 15 View Post
    I have them on several revolvers, and I think everything about them is great except for price and ordering.
    The price seems reasonable enough when purchased from the manufacturer. Receiving your T Grip while you're still young enough to use it is quite another matter.

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    I've got one on my S&W 36. Bought it many years ago. Paid more than the new ones are going for too! But it makes holding a j frame with those tiny little grips easy.
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