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    Model 94 Grip Reccomendations?

    Just bought my first handgun, a blued model 94 with a 4" barrel. I would like a larger and/or longer grip. Any reccomendations?

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    Well....I went back-asswards. I did not like the longer grip and put some stock center-fire small frame boot grips on and put the 94 longer grips on my wife's 85UL.

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    Hogue, grips for the 85, 905 etc, will fit the 94. My 94 came with the longer wider grips from the factory, so you could order from CS also.
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    Good to know, Thanks guys

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    My 4" 94 came with the small wood factory grips and my relatively small hands didn't fit well on them. I installed the Hogue grip and it made shooting this pistol much more comfortable and accurate for me, since I can now get a full grip on it.

    Do I understand that Taurus has a larger set of wood grips available? Are they specific to the 94, or are they for use on multiple models? Can someone please post a part number?
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    Is the grip that comes OEM on the 94SS5 made by Hogue? I see that Hogue makes a rubber grip for the 94 that looks different than the grip that came with my 94SS5.





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    Those don't have the "normal" Hogue mounting system. I'm no Hogue expert but all the ones I have had or seen were mounted as one-piece units with a stirrup added on the frame and one screw that pulled the grip into place.

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    Yes, that appears to be the case. How the hell do the OEM grips come off? The screw seems to turn only a little in each direction, but doesn't turn much either way and the grip does not pull off with the screw there.
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    Anyone? I don't want to crank this screw real hard counter-clockwise and find out I should have done something else instead.
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    It sounds like either the screw is broken or that the seat has spun in the other half of the grip TIN.

    Either way, the grip is a two piece grip and the bolt doesn't screw into the frame, the bolt goes through the frame and threads into a seat in the other half of the grip. That seat may be stripped.

    Just turn the bolt about 10 revolutions counter-clockwise and then twist the grip, holding it tightly, with emphasis on the backside of the grip, it should come loose.
    Last edited by wixedmords; 01-03-2012 at 09:48 PM. Reason: fixing usage of bolt/screw

 

 
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