Ribber grips have to be the silliest thing ever. Hey Taurus..bring back all the Trackers with a nice walnut or exotic ass. Traditions mean something to revolver guys.
I'll give you that one... I had a 357 once and wanted wood grips on it... Now, I need the cushioning effects and my braces to shoot...My only serious complaint is there are guns that there are no wood grips for like my 445. Wood at least needs to be an option!!!
Now that's what I call some serious revolver love!!!I prefer the wood grips myself, I bought a used gun that had Pachmayr grips on it, they are nice but I was already thinking where can I get a set of the original wood grips. As I was leaving the shop owner said hold on I think that came with an after market case. He pulled the case out and there were the set of original wood grips. I put them on in the parking lot.
I will say the wood grips add astethic quality, but boy those ribber grips. they sure are sweet on your hands when your shooting them magnum rounds, and relatively easy to clean.. But to each his own. Or as i prefer, different strokes for different folks.Ribber grips have to be the silliest thing ever. Hey Taurus..bring back all the Trackers with a nice walnut or exotic ass. Traditions mean something to revolver guys.
Me too, it makes the revolver so much easier to shoot.I've got guns with both. I'm not sensitive to recoil and 45 years ago I bought a pair of Herrett Shooting Stars for my .44Mag Super Blackhawk. They made that gun so much easier to shoot that I seldom buy a gun anymore that I don't change the grips on. Most of the time I get the wood ones. I prefer the grips to be stippled rather than checkered and I like the area behind the trigger guard on a revolver to be filled thus redirecting the hand grip to better absorb the recoil and stop beating my knuckles to death.