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I'm pretty sure that I saw a pic of a Ruger here or elsewhere that had Hogue rubber grip panels but without the finger grooves. However, I don't see such grips on the Hogue web page. Were these once offered but now discontinued or am I just missing them?
 

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I am not sure about Hogue, but I used to have a set of Uncle Mikes without finger grooves, and I am pretty sure Pachmere sells a set without finger grooves.
 

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Legacy, if you go to the Photo Gallery here on the forum, you will find a post by yours truly, "Link to some of my Ruger wallpaper". It shows my P89 with modified Hogue's (finger grooves converted to panels). They came out VERY nicely.. if I do say so myself. This (as far as I know) is the only way you're going to get Hogue grip panels for the P-series.
 

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quote:Originally posted by CantLeaveWellEnuffAlone

Legacy, if you go to the Photo Gallery here on the forum, you will find a post by yours truly, "Link to some of my Ruger wallpaper". It shows my P89 with modified Hogue's (finger grooves converted to panels). They came out VERY nicely.. if I do say so myself. This (as far as I know) is the only way you're going to get Hogue grip panels for the P-series.
That must be where I saw the pic. How did you get rid of the finger grooves?
 

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legacy38, Would this be like what you're looking for? I put this old set of Uncle Mike grips back on my P85 because the Hogues just didn't feel right for me. These were discontinued but I think I heard there are similar grips by another company but not sure who.
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Those look great bt! Wish you could remember who makes them now.
 

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rman, been rackin' my old tired brain and looking at different sites and haven't come with anything yet. CantLeaveWellEnuffAlone did a very good job job on his Hogues but I'm not sure I could make a pair look that good. I've tried paring a few of the finger grooves on revolver grip and to be honest, my efforts were kinda pitiful[V]
 

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quote:Originally posted by btrumanj

legacy38, Would this be like what you're looking for? I put this old set of Uncle Mike grips back on my P85 because the Hogues just didn't feel right for me. These were discontinued but I think I heard there are similar grips by another company but not sure who.
Baker
That is exactly what I was looking for.
 
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