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I have a set of rubber grips and I have a set of wood grips. Which of the 2 would look better on my 2" revolver?
 
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something wrap around with finger grooves hopefully rubber. standard grips if there are checkering on the front and back strap.
 

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Here's a couple of pictures of S&W M-36's that are set up different. I got Houge's on the nickel plated one(rubber). I got a Tyler-T on the blued model(alum:). Both of these additions help you to control your gun. As we all know the J-frame gun is on the small side. Their not to bad until you get into +P & mag loads. I load these two at about .2grs under max .38 and they both work just fine shooting a LSWC. :D
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While I love the look and beauty of wood, I have to go with oversized rubber grips. They may be an eyesore to look at, but they sure make shooting hot loads a dream to shoot.
 

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Hogue's for my Redhawk

 

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I put Goodyears on anything I shoot seriously, and either factory or Hogue wood on the ones I like to show off.


 

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I think the wood grips look great but the rubber absorbs the recoil and makes it easier to hang on to the gun. I vote rubber
 

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