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LCR grips

This is a discussion on LCR grips within the LCR Accessories forums, part of the LCR category; Originally Posted by rayzer007 Grips are like holsters - fun to collect. I've given into the 'call' many times (not as many times as the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayzer007 View Post
    Grips are like holsters - fun to collect. I've given into the 'call' many times (not as many times as the holster call though)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by davevabch View Post
    I just had the Bantam grips installed a few days ago and love them. (LCR9mm) Really added to the concealment. Great fit, Made the whole gun seem so much smaller. The only flaw I found was that the grip itself, was a little slippery. I had a sheet of Talon grip material and cut a piece for both sides, wallah!, Now perfect.
    Nice tape job .
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    Going to give my bantam boots grips another try but this time with Talon Grip material on them, as others here have done. It's on order. I couldn't shoot well with the bantams first try & maybe it wasn't the tiny size but just being slippery. Range time will be much shorter though. 25 rounds of Gold Dot 135 +P is all my hand can take with the bantams so I already bought 3 boxes of wadcutters. I know, practice with what you carry so my last 5 shots will be the Gold Dots. With the Diamond Pro, Hogue LCRx & stock grip I could get through a few boxes of +P without pain. I'll do a comparison test @ 7 yards, one LCR with the Bantom/Talon grip & my other LCR with the Pachmayer Diamond Pro grip. I shoot best with the Pachmayers as of now.
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    I liked the Diamond Pros on my .327 and like them now on the .357 Magnum.

    However..I might buy the new CT 415 Laser grips, as they are bigger than those
    that I had on my first LCR 38+P revolver.

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    As some collect holsters, I seem to be collecting grips. My experiment with Talon grip material on a Hogue Bantam grip went well. Shot it much better but my Diamond Pro & Hogue Tamer still have an edge there. Used the sandpaper style. In the concealment vs tight group compromise I found another player. https://holsterops.com/products/roge...anced-lcr-grip So I order a pair. Already shipped, will see next weekend how they work out. Also, I will look research something to shrink my pics so I can post them. They're too big if I just drop them in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babbalou1956 View Post
    As some collect holsters, I seem to be collecting grips. My experiment with Talon grip material on a Hogue Bantam grip went well. Shot it much better but my Diamond Pro & Hogue Tamer still have an edge there. Used the sandpaper style. In the concealment vs tight group compromise I found another player. https://holsterops.com/products/roge...anced-lcr-grip So I order a pair. Already shipped, will see next weekend how they work out. Also, I will look research something to shrink my pics so I can post them. They're too big if I just drop them in.
    I love the Bantam grip. lol, Still has the experimental tape job I did and that was thousands of rounds ago. I carry in the Mitch Rosen Holster, but have to say this $25.00 Holster is remarkable Inside of waist, Out side, Inside of belt, cross draw, and a minimalist hoster. The LC9S also rides as well. I guess I need to sell the Pro diamond along with a few custom Blackhawk grips that I did not use.

    Also notice the Pill bottle. I have seperate range bags for a lot of frequently shot firearms. I place these bottle which fit perfectly in my mag slots. Each bottle holds 3 moon clips. The Warning on the bottle say's "WARNING MAY CAUSE DIZZINESS "





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    Quote Originally Posted by davevabch View Post
    I love the Bantam grip. lol, Still has the experimental tape job I did and that was thousands of rounds ago. I carry in the Mitch Rosen Holster, but have to say this $25.00 Holster is remarkable Inside of waist, Out side, Inside of belt, cross draw, and a minimalist hoster. The LC9S also rides as well. I guess I need to sell the Pro diamond along with a few custom Blackhawk grips that I did not use.

    Also notice the Pill bottle. I have seperate range bags for a lot of frequently shot firearms. I place these bottle which fit perfectly in my mag slots. Each bottle holds 3 moon clips. The Warning on the bottle say's "WARNING MAY CAUSE DIZZINESS "





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