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    I am looking for something to take the bite out of my j-frame. I have been a fan of hogue, so I was looking at either their rubber or nylon full sized grips. Any other suggestions it Comments on these two grips? What is the difference anyhow?
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    VZ makes great grips. For a few bucks less you can go with Hogue or Pachmyer. I have the Pachmyer and like them.

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    Ergo Delta's. Look weird, but plenty to grab onto and absorb recoil. Slim enough that they don't hinder carry and they point naturally. Replaced Hogue's on my 638.

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    I use Pachmayr Compacts on all my J frames. They cover the back strap and really help with taming recoil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hacimsaalk View Post
    I am looking for something to take the bite out of my j-frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S&WOwner View Post
    Are these made by S&W or just re-branded by them?
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