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NEED HELP -BIG GRIP-LITTLE HAND_WHERE????

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by joe90t, Aug 26, 2012.

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  1. joe90t

    joe90t Active Member

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    Any help is appreciated !!I am looking for a "Pistol Grip" item that can be put on your stock to move a person's hand CLOSER to the trigger. I was advised Meadow Ind. had this item but, i cannot find it listed on their Site. If ANYONE knows of a company that makes this item PLEASE let me know. Little short fingers have a Hard time reaching the trigger on some shotgun stocks. Thanks Joe joe90t
     
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    There's a product call Morini Grip Paste. Click the link.

    Several months back someone on here posted about a rubbery product that might help you also. I think Grntitan was among those who discussed it.

    -Gary
     
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    GW22, thank you sir I might try this if i cannot find the Rubber or Plastic item i am looking for. You have been a big help.Maybe Matt knows where i can get the item i am looking for. Thanks Joe joe90t
     
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    You could try RatGrips, click on the above web link. I put one on my Kolar shotgun wood grip two years ago to move my fingers closer to the trigger( yes the trigger is all the way back) and -5 thru 105 degrees it has never shown any sign of coming off.
     
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    Dave S, that is what i will use. Thank you sir. Will call Monday and see if that grip will work on a Shotgun. Joe joe90t
     
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    Yep, that's the rubbery stuff -- Ratgrips.

    Good luck, Joe.

    -Gary
     
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    How well does the Rat grip adhere to wood? I thought of trying to add a more pronounced palm swell and change the radius of a wood stock but, I'm afraid it will just fall off.
     
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    Thank you All. I will try the Ratgrips. Joe joe90t
     
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    Several years ago, I bought a couple of stick on grip spacers, came in two different thicknesses. They stuck on the grip in front to narrow the distance to the trigger. I do not remember who made them or sold them. Southwest Shooter's Supply sells a stick on palm swell, and they may know about the grip spacers. ????
     
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    Thank you all for the info. Joe joe90t
     
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