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Old April 20th, 2017, 11:09 AM   #1
 
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Super Blackhawk grips

I have had my 44 mag Blackhawk since the mid 70's and I really never enjoyed shooting it as it has serious recoil and would roll up in my hand causing me to regrip it after every shoot. Recently I installed some Hogue grips and I could not be more pleased, I can shoot it one handed the recoil is hardly felt and stays in the hand. It is now a pleasure and a joy to shoot.

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Nice looking grips.

I put the Hogue rubber grips on my Super Blackhawk. They keep my knuckle from getting skinned up when shooting full house loads. Don't really like the looks of the rubber grip but also don't like a skinned knuckle.

I may consider trying the wood Hogue grip (twice the price or more of the rubber).

Thanks for posting the picture.
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Thats some serious set would grips bet those will work great plus they look great!!! I moved to some Hogue Wood Grips on my Ruger SP101 this is the grip that helped more then the even the Hogue rubber finger grooved grips.
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Nice looking grips.

I put the Hogue rubber grips on my Super Blackhawk. They keep my knuckle from getting skinned up when shooting full house loads. Don't really like the looks of the rubber grip but also don't like a skinned knuckle.

I may consider trying the wood Hogue grip (twice the price or more of the rubber).

Thanks for posting the picture.
I tried the Hogue rubber grips but these wood ones handle much better and they look good.
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Thats exactly why I switched to Hogue Wood Grips!!!
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