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Old November 8, 2012, 10:47 PM   #12
rep1954
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Join Date: July 5, 2009
Location: Mid Western Michigan
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The only time I have ever found rubber grips to be comfortable and useful has been on double action revolvers whose designs seem friendly to them. Single action grip frames are meant to roll under recoil and trying to fight that only makes things uncomfortable for the shooter. The only SBH I ever had trouble with smashing a finger on the trigger guard was a 4 5/8" barreled gun. That is when I was introduced to the pinky under grip hold and it instantly went away. Now I shoot all my plow handle guns with the pinky under hold. Almost all my guns have smooth wood, ivory, or plastic grips, a few midsize Rugers have plastic checkered grips that are OEM but their cartridges allow for that, under heavy recoil checkered grips can become very uncomfortable. A pair of light shooting glovess can make a big difference for many people.
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