Hogue rubber grips are moulded from durable synthetic rubber that is neither spongy nor tacky yet provides a soft recoil absorbing feel without affecting accuracy. This modern rubber requires a completely different moulding process than ordinary neoprene resulting in a much superior grip. The flexibility of our materials and moulding process has allowed us to produce rubber grips with features that out perform all other makes.
Features and Specifications
Original one-piece BANTAM design eliminates screws and all mounting hardware - simply but securely snaps on the gun frame!
Hogue's famed orthopedic hand shape with proportioned finger grooves and compound palm swells
Fully relieved for all speedloaders.
Hogue rubber BANTAM grips feel soft and resilient in your hand, yet are moulded with a reinforcing insert directly engaging with the gun frame for a rock-solid grip-to-frame fit
Cobblestone texture provides an efficient non-slip, non-irritating stippling pattern.
Moulded from modern durable rubber which is virtually impervious to all oil and solvents found around firearms
Total packaged weight: 78g
Fits: Smith & Wesson J Round Butt
Model: 30, 32, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 51, 60, 342, 442, 649, 650, & Centennial
1. Before starting to work, make sure the firearm is unloaded. Remove existing grips.
2. Check to see how well the stock pin is centered through the frame. For ease of instillation, it is recommend that the stock pin is fairly well centered on your frame.
3. Using the Hogue Bantam tool, spread the back-strap of the grip. Spreading the back-strap will avoid damage to the leading edges of the rubber by the stock pin.
4. Start the stock pin into the internal guide grooves. Then, with a radial motion, slide the grip onto the frame. Remove the Bantam tool.
5. Continue sliding the grip onto the frame fully until the stock pin "snaps" into the corresponding internal stock pin holes. If necessary, squeeze grip together until sides fir flush with the firearm frame. The grip is now in place and will not come off with normal use.
6. It is not necessary to remove the Hogue rubber Bantam grip for routine cleaning. If you need to take it off for further maintenance, spread the bottom of the grip with the Hogue Bantam tool. Insert it just to the side of the stock pin. Then simply slide it off while the too is in place. Be careful not to spread the grip any further than is necessary to disengage the stock pin.
Model: Hogue 61000