||Three generations of Smith & Wesson Centennial revolvers - with blued or stainless-steel frames - from top to bottom,
wear the original factory grip with a Tyler T-Grip Adapter, hand-carved Boot Grips from Craig Spegel and the discontinued
Pachmayr Compac Professional grip. (Photo from Defensive Use of Firearms: Revised and Updated, copyright ©
2010, by Defensive Use of Firearms, LLC.)
|The Delta Grip from Ergo Grip extends beyond both the back strap and the bottom strap of a round-butt, J-frame S&W
revolver, making it less suitable for pocket carry. Some users of the Airweight and Airlite versions -
particularly if they have man-size hands - find that it makes those guns easier to control.
||Hogue's Centennial/Bodyguard grip - pictured here on Smith & Wesson's Bodyguard 38 - offers a less radical approach
to making those two small-frame S&W revolvers more manageable for some users. It is currently offered with the rubber section in
three different colors, including pink and black.