New LCR Grip?

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ranburr

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I'm looking for something considerable smaller that doesn't cover the backstrap. Prefer that it be made of wood or even plastic and no larger than it absolutely has to be.
 

41 mag fan

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I am working on making wood grips for the LCR. As of yet I have a lot of orders and have not got to that project yet. I'll make a note of your user name and drop you a line when I get some made. Steve
 

NMCB3

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The laser grip is quite a bit smaller and lighter than the rubber grip. The pistol weighs 13.5 oz with the Hogue and 13oz with the laser. Also the laser grip is more concealable and doesn't grab at your cloths like the Hogue. The recoil absorption between the two is similar also. The biggest attribute IMO is the laser itself. If your looking for a wood grip I`d say its only a matter of time.
 

ranburr

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Steve, thank you I will be waiting. NMCB3, I am just not a fan of lasers.
 

Leucoandro

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ranburr":30kmtdw0 said:
I'm looking for something considerable smaller that doesn't cover the backstrap. Prefer that it be made of wood or even plastic and no larger than it absolutely has to be.

I am not sure if we are talking about the same thing but, the LCR uses a grip stud (I believe that is what they call it), so it will aways have a stip of grip material over the back of the grip. The grip is not made the same way as a S&W.


Charlie
 

collectormzornes

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I belive the "grip stud" is just Hogue's thing, look at there Ruger Single action grips they use it also but the Factory grips have the screw that go through the center so I am sure something is possible for the LCR.
 
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