Snub Training (2012) – Crimson Trace Corp.

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Crimson Trace Corp. (CTC) is one of the pioneers in affordable lasers for shooters. CTC currently offers the widest selection of laser stocks for the J-frame snub sized revolvers. These include the LG-105, -205, -305 the -405. Material used to enclose the laser emitter and electronics include; polymer shells (LG-105 and -205,) rubber overmolds (LG-305) […]

SnubTraining (2012) – Laser Stocks

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Laser stocks are one of those rare firearm accessories that offer both self-defense and training advantages with almost no subsequent disadvantages. A few of the laser stock’s benefits include:  1.   A laser is an exceptional tool for safely evaluating any possible “lasering” risks. It is ideal when testing various draw strokes or evaluating a new […]

Snub Training (2012) – Working with Rubber Stocks

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I am not a fan of rubber stocks for self-defense. There is precious little that stocks made of Neoprene, Santoprene, or their derivatives can do that either wood or solid nylon stocks can’t do better. All rubber stocks tend to cling to cover garments, impeding a clean access stroke and their spongy “give” reduces the […]

Snub Training (2012) – Eagle Grips' Regular Style Stocks

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  Eagle Grips’ Regular Style stocks closely mimics the classic or service style stocks commonly associated with the archetypal small snub revolver.  Regular Style stocks follow the contour of the frame without covering any of the front strap, butt or backstrap area. While less than an ideal all around self-defense stock, Eagle Grip’s Regular Style […]

Snub Training (2012) – Secret service Stocks

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If there is any criticism of Spegel’s Boot Grips it is that they are rarely available for anything other than Colt and Smith & Wesson revolvers. That leaves the many Ruger, Taurus and Charter Arms shooters having to do without. Fortunately there are Eagle Grips’ Secret service stocks to the rescue. (It is reported that […]

Snub Training (2012) – Spegel Boot Grips

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Craig Spegel’s Boot Grip design offered the first and for decades the sole example of a properly relieved or “scalloped out” area on the left stock panel. The Boot Grip’s scalloped out area is deep enough to accommodate all major and minor brands of speedloaders while maximizing cylinder access and enhancing reloading speed.  The Boot […]

 
 
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