Trausch Grips--The Best

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lanber

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I bought 2 Trausch grips for my SP101's, and like them very much. I had ordered 1 black and 1 ivory, but received 2 blacks by mistake. I liked the ones I received so much I didn't care. I received an email asking how I liked them, and I said I did but got 2 black ones. Mr. Trausch said, "Keep the black one as a gift. I am sending you the ivory one as well." Great place to deal with! :D
 

P94/GP100

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Trausch makes superb grips-it's unfortunate that they have relatively low visibility here in the US. Jacques Trausch is a true gentleman and a pleasure to deal with. Relatively recently (and discussed in depth here on the forum) I used one of his TJ84R grips (designed for the round-butted Speed/Service Six models) on my square-butt Security Six-Jacques modified a set for me, and based on my experiences and suggestions, modified a second, improved set which will remain on my Security Six-for carry and IDPA/steel plate competion. They are simply superb grips, both ergonomically and in terms of recoil dissipation. I recommend them highly-and now that Ruger has made the apparent choice to go the Hogue grip route on their double-action revolvers, hopefully Trausch will also provide us with a set of their excellent grips as an option-they'd be superb for the GP100 series in particular, in my opinion.

Best, Jon
 

SAA

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I prefer the looks of wooden grips, but for controllable DA-shooting the Trausch grips are great.
 

RonT

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I have them on my DAO SP101 daily CCW that I pocket carry...Not "sticky" like Hogues and provides a solid grip with full-house 357 loads...A great grip for the SP101!
 

contender

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My mom has Traush grips on her SP-101. She likes them.
Now,,,
SAA, I know you are in Sweden, so, tell me about those playing cards. The Aces are marked as "E." Explain please.
 

contender

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Here is my Mom with hers,,,!

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SAA

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contender":3icqe089 said:
Now,,,
SAA, I know you are in Sweden, so, tell me about those playing cards. The Aces are marked as "E." Explain please.
The Swedish word for Ace is Ess.
I deleted the picture, I intended to show a picture of my Speed-six with Trausch grips but somehow I got the wrong pic. :?
 

bradktn

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+++++on Trausch grips! Ordered a pair for my 3-inch sp101, which I was thinking of selling since I have a 2.25 inch being Geminized, but with the new grips it makes a perfect field gun. I could not believe how much more controllable hot 125 grain loads were. Ordered on monday, had by Friday, shipped from France! Even got a nice email asking how the transaction went. There is no way my check had cleared by the time they were mailed. Super service.
 

VonFatman

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Yes, a link and some more photos would be nice too! And not just just photos with models holding guns...it's hard to concentrate on the guns!

Bob :wink:
 

contender

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My mom will appreciate the fact that she's been called a "model" at 79 years old. She got her Traush grips as a Karma! Thanks!
 

VonFatman

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A fine looking woman is a fine looking woman regardless of the season!
Same with those grips...good looking.

Bob
 
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I cant seem to get that link to do anything,they seem hard to get a hold ofto order grips is there maybe another link to them
 

VonFatman

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SAA,
Thank you for the link...I'd sure like to hold a gun with a set of these installed.

I currently use Pach. Grippers Professionals on all my Smiths.

Bob
 

otis24

Bearcat
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When I last corresponded with Jacques, he was working on producing grips for the GP100. Jacques continues to try to find a distributor here in the U.S. to carry his grips. I have given away many sets of his grips here in various "Karma" drawings, including the ones mama Contender are holding. Come to think of it, I have severl sets of grips yet that I need to feature in a Karma. They are for autos and S&W revolvers.
 

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