What grips do you prefer for your small frame Taurus revolver?
You can cast "more than one vote" in the poll. I'll cast the first vote for the Taurus rosewood to get the voting started.
Let's have a discussion and see some pictures!
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I like wood grips and prefer factory wood grips.
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Last edited by badge851; 11-10-2013 at 09:53 AM.
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Do they give that extra pinky control? They do look just a bit longer than mine.
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Crimson Trace LG-385, larger rubber over-molded grip, on my 905.
I like factory rubber grips, but my most used grips are the Baramie hip grips.
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My old 85 had wood grips so I use the houge rubber grips, they work great and give good purchase while still working to conceal. Rossi has great factory grips too
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Taurus combat rubber.
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I'd go with either the standard or combat rubber grips.
Although if it was just pure ascetics and nothing else considered, I really like Rosewood.
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