The Delta Grip from Ergo Grips

posted on April 26, 2014
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There's no denying the popularity of Smith & Wesson's J-Frame revolvers-you could easily contest that they're the most popular small-frame personal defense revolvers on the market. The folks at Ergo Grips knew that, too, and it was with said information in mind that they designed their new Delta Grip.

The first truly ergonomic grip for a J-Frame, the Delta Grip is engineered to fit the natural point of aim and mechanics of the human hand, wrist and arm. The result? A revolver grip with an impressive natural point of aim, comfort and control.

Features:

• Patent Pending

• Ergonomic design

• Better natural pointing and aiming

• Textured rubber is overmolded a rigid polymer core for a comfortable, secure grip

The Delta Grip ships with an MSRP of $19.99.

For more information, check out the video embedded below or go to ErgoGrips.net.

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