Pachmayr Diamond Pro Grips

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    Tennessee Jed
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    Pachmayr Diamond Pro Grips

    Post by Tennessee Jed on Wed Jan 27, 2016 9:35 pm

    I've recently come across a MIRACLE grip for revolvers that kick. The Pachmayr Diamond Pro grip. Here's a picture of the model for j-frames:



    The grip is a bit more compact than Pachmayr Compacs. It's compact enough so a j-frame fits in my pocket. However, the padding on the back of the grip that covers the rear is enough so that those S&W Airweights with 158 grain +p ammo don't kill the web of my hand the way other grips do.

    I like it so much I've gotten the same grip for my beloved GP100 and S&W 65.

    It's also well rounded so that when I carry in an IWB holster, there are no corners or bulges that print, regardless of the cover garment or shirt I wear.

    The one downside is that, depending on which revolver you're using, you might have to pull out the roll pin that sits at the bottom of the grip frame on S&W's. I did it, and it's a small price to pay for the combination of comfort and concealability.

    If you're looking for a good revolver grip, I recommend it highly.
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    Re: Pachmayr Diamond Pro Grips

    Post by Cornmastah on Wed Jan 27, 2016 9:54 pm

    hmmmmm, I will have to check to see if the local shop carries them. I have a hard time spending money on grips without trying them out first.
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    Re: Pachmayr Diamond Pro Grips

    Post by Tennessee Jed on Wed Jan 27, 2016 9:58 pm

    Yeah, it took some faith for me. I couldn't find any locally and I just ordered them from Amazon. However, I was getting pretty desperate to find a solution for my hard-kicking j-frames and was willing to take that risk. I think they go for around $20.

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