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Thread: Hogue x frame rubber grips

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    Hogue x frame rubber grips

    I understand that the famous Hogue x frame rubber grips that used to be only available from S&W are now available elsewhere. I have tried all kinds of Google searches and have come up MT. Anybody know of a good source for these?
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    try googling hogue tamer grips

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    Quote Originally Posted by edp2k View Post
    try googling hogue tamer grips
    Thanks, but didn't work for me!
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    Try contacting Hogue?

    Maybe they sell direct. If not they will tell you who is a distributor.

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    Is this what you’re looking for?

    https://www.hogueinc.com/grips/smith-wesson/xzframe

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    Yes it sure is..Thank you!--Shuz
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    I got my last couple from Brownells.

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    It should be noted that these grips fit the L frame and N frame guns as well. Any of them that have the Birds head style Grip frame like the X frame guns.

    I have a set on my S&W 696 and it makes all the difference in the world to have a gun that doesn't hit the web of your hand like a sledge Hammer.

    Randy
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    I put a set on my 617 10 shot .22 LR so I have the same feel as my 610/625/627/929 revolvers

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