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    I recently purchased a Taurus Tracker 970 (.22LR) for plinking. It's a nice revolver, but the grips are a little squishy for my taste. Certainly with a .22, soft grips are hardly necessary to absorb recoil, so I've been looking around for something firmer.

    After a bit of Googling, I found a Hogue grooved monogrip made specifically for the Tracker, but it also appears to be made of soft rubber.

    Does anyone know of a good, hard grip that will fit a Taurus Tracker? I'm not too picky about the material, just as long as it's firmer than the squishy ribbed thing I have now.

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    http://www.taurususa.com/products/rgrips.cfm

    Taurus has RoseWood grips for $39
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    If you have the time you could make your own.
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    Wow, that is gorgeous. I don't think I have that kind of time, but thanks for sharing those pics!

    I did check out Taurus' website, but unfortunately, the only rosewood grips they have listed are for "small" frame pistols, while the Trackers all use the compact frame. They do have a different rubber grip for compact frame pistols, which at least looks more comfortable than the ribbed variety - I may give those a shot.

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