Definitely like the looks but don't like the reports of "not as comfortable to shoot as the stock Hogue". I recently put on a Pachmayr Diamond Pro which *is* more comfortable to shoot than the stockers. But it is rubber so OP probably wouldn't like it.
SHOOTTHEBREEZE...welcome aboard sir! And nice-looking grips on that LCR of yours...I've never seen the Diamond Pro...they look like they fill one's grip nicely!Very nice, although I bet they don't make you much smarter. I recently changed the grips on my Ruger LCR 9mm as well, but I settled for the Diamond Pro. The extra length makes it much easier to shoot. Here some photos for comparison. STB
In my Kirkland (Costco) jeans the gun completely conceals. I would say length of pull is the same as stock but I haven't measured it. I have the smooth G10 and had some concern over the grip being slick but it isn't. My ONLY complaint with the G10 is that it does not tame recoil as well as the "Tamer" but then I expected that. The fit and finish is excellent. I use a Mika pocket holster.I find the boot grips fit in my jeans pocket, but They are too small and make shooting suffer. The standard grips let me shoot well, but then the grip pokes up just a hair too much from a jeans pocket. In Post 4, it looks like the G10 is about the same length. Do they let you pocket the gun in a front pocket, and how well are they fitted to the frame?
Also, I am trying to decide whether I would want the smooth grip or the stippled one, if I decide to go this route.
I like the standard grip at the range, but the extension at the bottom adds just a shade too much length. I wouldn't want to go longer, and the G10 grip looks like it is about the same size. Is this correct?
Does the G10 grip increase the length of the distance to the trigger (a good thing on a small piece)?