The popular Hogue HandALL Beavertail grip sleeve series now includes fits for the Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380, Taurus TCP and Taurus Spectrum.
“We are continuing to expand our line of sleeves for compact pistols because of high customer demand,” grip designer Matt Hogue said in a statement. “Creating Beavertail Grip Sleeves that seamlessly work with smaller frames while adding comfort and a precision fit has proven to be a very popular solution.”
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In order to install the Hogue HandALL Beavertail grip sleeve, you simply slip it over your gun’s grip frame until it’s in position. Once it’s on, the HandALL sleeve offers a single finger groove for instinctive gun handling and control. The finger groove leads into a gentle palm swell that fits easily in the hand.
Meanwhile, the beavertail built into the grip sleeve and raises high along the frame’s backstrap, providing full rubber contact with the hand and allowing for higher hand placement on the grip. The beavertail not only offers protection and comfort, but it also cushions your hand during recoil. The grip’s built-in features “provide comfort and confidence which in turn promotes accuracy,” the company said in a press release.
Hogue HandALL beavertail grips are built from a thermoplastic elastomer compound which ages gracefully and ensures the grip maintains a “firm, tacky feel” throughout its lifespan. Another advantage here is durability. The company claims the rubber won’t harden, split or crack due to use or age. The surface is covered with Hogue’s cobblestone texture, which is a series of small circular bumps that offer non-slip, non-irritating grip.
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The newly-announced Hogue HandALL grip sleeves are available in black, OD green, flat dark earth, aqua, purple, and pink. The MSRP for the basic black version is $9.95, while the price jumps up to $10.95 for the rest.
For more information, go t0 hogueinc.com.
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