Ergo Grips Delta Grip For J-Frame Revolvers

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posted on May 20, 2014
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While unconventional in appearance, the Delta Grip’s triangular profile and rubberized texture more than live up to the name of its maker, Ergo Grips, by offering secure, comfortable purchase on the S&W J-Frame revolver. The U.S.-made grip’s rigid core is over-molded with a black thermoplastic vulcanizate that is texturized with molded-in stippling. The material helps absorb recoil and is chemical-resistant. And the grip’s design, in which the finger groove area extends from the butt to the bottom of the trigger guard, increases the available surface area for the shooting hand. It is also claimed to align the shooter’s hand, wrist and arm, resulting in a more natural pointability and better control of the gun under recoil.

Price: $20.

Contact: Ergo Grips, P.O. Box 1459, Moriarty, NM 87035; (877) 281-3783

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