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Old 07-25-2008, 11:30 AM
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Herrett's Shooting Ace, in walnut.

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Where can the hideout grips be purchased?
What do they feel like?
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Hello. I purchased mine here:

http://www.brownells.com/aspx/NS/store/productdetail.as...t=hideout%20grips&s=

Mine are the "textured" ones but those are not all that "grabby". I usually work mine over with an engraving pen. How they "feel" is subjective but to me they seem sort of like a "thick" set of standard grips with a short T-grip covering the front grip strap.

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40 or 45?



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3" model Chief specoal (pre 36) with Eagle Grips



2" Centennial (pre 40) with smooth High Horn with grip adaptor.

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If everyone might consider listing the grip as well as depicting it/them in photographs it would be helpful to newbies and even those of us with some experience. Also, comments as to recoil with +P, etc., would be appreciated.

I would post photos but I have nothing special.
For carry and shooting I have Hogue Bantams and Monogrips in rubber. My hand is building up with the Bantams so that I am near shooting/carry them exclusively.

Are there any grips comparable to the Bantams? I don't think so when you want concealability and light weight. Also, I think they're better for pain of recoil than the stock UM boot grips.
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I'm considering a pair of the Hideout Grips, but I'm curious as to their actual weight.

And I don't have a clue as to which of them I'd prefer or would be a better choice.

My Hogue Bantams actually weigh in at only 1.4 oz. on my digital postal scale.
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Don't have a postal scale but my cheapie scale says 2 oz. for the Hideout Grips and grip screw.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Landpimp:
40 or 45?
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She's a '71 FJ40 with an FJ60 full floater (5.29's), Chevy V8, SM420 trans and a ton more stuff. Currently going up for sale.

Captain Crunch Love those Herrett's!

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Don't have a postal scale but my cheapie scale says 2 oz. for the Hideout Grips and grip screw.
Thanks a lot.
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Here's a Link To Stephen A. Camp's writeup about J Frame S&W Grips...
NICE ARTICLE!!
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Hello, Headknocker, and thanks very much.

Best to you and yours.
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I tend to lean towards "organic" grips for my J Frames...

Model 36 wearing ivory with S&W medallions...can't swear they're factory but they've got some great patina to them.


Model 49 Bodyguard wearing what I believe to be Red Stag...again with medallions but, again, cannot ID them as factory.


Nickel Model 36 wearing Dyamondwood Boot Grips


Model 36-1 wearing non-factory stag, possibly sambar.


Model 36 nickel wearing mother of pearl with a Tyler-T Grip.


A nifty little square butt 36 with factory walnut.


My daily companion ever so well dressed in elk stag crafted by our very own Executioner.
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Catman - anytime you put up pix, I'm there...
Nice
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Thanks, photohause...I consider that a great compliment coming from you.

I feel a little guilty as these are all retreads...I REALLY need to take some more pics but, since I opened my gun shop a year ago (August 1, 2007...wish me a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!), I haven't had the time I used to have to stage and light these puppies.

I'll try to get some new stuff done soon. (I have a Model 12 I just HAVE to show off!) Thanks again for your kind words and please keep posting your extraordinary work.
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Sir, HAPPY Birf'Day!!!!! Congrats on one year!

Yes, it is hard to take time to
do other stuff form main bidnezz
time. Congrats.... best of luck,
and, please keep those great pix
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from them too. Nice job, sir!

Shoot, back in early June I got a new (for me) Mod 28 and promised some fresh pix.....
Duh... soon I hope.
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My Model 60 no-dash,R753X.First class quality grips from a fellow here in Indiana.

Paddywonka, great looking grips! (Altamount??)

Are these grips made specifically for a right handed person?
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Gratuitous 642 shot with new Spegels.
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Digi-shots,to my knowledge these grips,are for left or right hand.While being right handed,I have a left master eye,so I practice and shoot with both hands.Can shoot just as good(or bad) with either hand and thes grips.Grips made by fellow in Indiana,clipsngrips on ebay.
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Old Stag on my M34



Ivory on my scratched up M60
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Picked up my Wife a 642 with some Altamont Flour-De-Le grips in Rosewood. She likes them alot.
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Glad to see you got yourself a set of Spegals for your 642-1 Prisoner6..
They Look & Feel Great Don't They!!
I much prefer them to the Ahrends for carry as there's no sharp edges & Love the high horn..
I'm test driving a set of Eagle Secret Service Grips on my Airlite 342Ti Currently, The rest of my Centennials Wear Spegal Boot Grips..
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Mod 60 with Rosewood boot grips from Kelly's.
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Quote:
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Don't have a postal scale but my cheapie scale says 2 oz. for the Hideout Grips and grip screw.
Thanks a lot.
Just an update since I received a set of Hideout's today. My 642-1 weighs 14.5 oz with them installed. Nice feel to them - now to relieve them for speedloaders.

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J frame grips -

Model 60 ND with a set of Ajax Pearlite w/ medallions:



Model 63 ND with a set of S&W Rosewood (I think) Targets:



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I'm test driving a set of Eagle Secret Service Grips on my Airlite 342Ti Currently, The rest of my Centennials Wear Spegal Boot Grips..
Gary/Hk
Hey HEADKNOCKER, if you get a chance, let me know what your 342Ti weighs with the SS grips.
I just picked up a "like new" one and replaced the UM Boot grips with some Bantams for weight savings.

If the Eagle grips are close to the Bantams, I'd be real tempted.

Oh, and post a picture!
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My Wayne D'Angelo wearing mother of pearl.


I sure wish someone that has a number of stag grips would trade one pair for my MOP handles.
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Great thread! Here's my M63-ND with Combats. It shoots better with the factory targets like CH47gunner posted above.



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The originals now replaced with buffalo horn.


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mini14jac I haven't access to a digi scale but will one of these days weigh my setup while at work just to see..
The Eagle grips are lightweight & much smaller overall than the Spegels, less material in front of the frame..Also they are thinner just a bit..
Here's a decent pic that shows the difference.
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Prisoner6, love those Spegel's! I want some for my new 642. Where did you get them? Thanks

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Here is a set of grips on my mod.60 that I whittled out of rosewood. The mod. 60 is the first mod. 60 that came into the Columbus, OH area many years ago.
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OOps, I forgot to include the Picture.
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Just for the information
Here's the Link to Craig @ Lightning Arms Sports who has a great selection of Craig Spegels Grips..
You could also as I did Post a WTB In The Classifieds there out there,
Thanks Black Agnes!
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Mod. 34-1 Grips? I have no idea of the maker of the grips. I bought them at a gun show, and didn't ask the maker's name.
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Mod.40 year mfg.1968 unfired. Want to find stag grips like the light ones shown on page one by Sipowicz. How about it Sipowicz, who made those stag grips? I sure would like to swap you out of them.
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My carry gun with Eagle grips.
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Nice Stag Eagle Grips Starbuck!!
Don't believe I've seen a set before, I saw they offered them as an option on thier webpage though..
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Thanks, got those from Novak's.
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Model 60 ND with a set of Ajax Pearlite w/ medallions:



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You know, I normally don't like pearl grips on a gun, but this picture has me changing my mind. How do you like them?
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Here's The Link To Novak's J frame Spegels
http://www.novaksights.com/Grips/cra...el.htm#J_FRAME
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RedBerens -

Like 'em a lot. They're small, won't snag, & everybody likes a bit of bling. I did a little sanding & polishing for the fit. They shoot just fine.
I'm going to get one of the Tyler T-Grips for it tho. I'm sold on those too.

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I just installed these. Corian "Ivory"

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Here is four with the original grips,
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I might as well post it here too...

(chopped banana grips)

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Love those Grips alukban
NICE!!
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starbuck-I like that S&W "speedloader/knife". Great idea!
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