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Thread: Help with S&W model 669

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNXII View Post
    I had 669 w/those exact grips.They worked for me alot better than the factory ones which felt too slick for my hands. IIRC correctly, I think Hogue made grips for them also as a friend had some wood ones on his. If your going nostalgic, any leather pancake by Galco, DeSantis etc will look and feel great. I still have a 6906 and a cordovan Desantis thumbbreak pancake along with matching belt and double mag pouch. Fun for a day on the range and to keep DA/SA skillks up!Enjoy!
    Would prefer factory, but might check the hogues, thanks. Will check out the holster recs also.

    Thank you.

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    I see no reason to ditch the Pachmayr grips for a set of Hogue. The Hogue are rubber just like the Pachmayr that's in the picture.

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