H&R 929, 622, 732 Stag (141F)
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Shipping Weight: 0.20 pounds
This is a staghorn pattern grip for the Harrington and
Richardson 929, 622, 732, and similar grip frames shaped
with a flat base and the bulbous top style. The grip is
usually secured by a single screw clamping both panels onto the
frame, as with most conventional revolvers, but there are
other methods the H&R used sometimes, including two
separate No.6 screws threaded into a U-shaped bracket.
Be sure to specify the mounting method you want.
Here are the grip dimensions:
The stag pattern colors are hand applied to the surface
of the mold, and adsorbed into the polymer when the grip
is formed. They are hand "painted" in reversed layers so
that the last color applied will be the one below all
the others. A tough acrylic is used for the three shades
of bone "marrow" that creates the stag pattern. No two
grips are exactly the same color pattern.
- Overall height = 3.2 inches
- Rear corner to base = 3.1 inches
- Front corner to base = 2.4 inches
- Width across top "bulge" = 1.3 inches
- Width across narrow part of top "neck" = 1.0 inches
- Width across screw hole center = 1.28 inches
- Width of the base = 1.65 inches
- Height of screw hole center from base = 1.18 inches
of the same model number might have a different style
grip frame. Be sure to look at the image and compare to
your gun! Do not order just because the model number
is the same as your gun, because H&R didn't always use
the same grip frame for the same model.
To make absolutely sure that the grip will fit your gun,
remove your existing grips and place them on a 3 x 5
index card. Draw an outline around each grip with a
sharp pencil. Mark the screw hole location by pushing the
screw through the grip to dent the paper, then darken
the dent with your pencil so it shows up better.
Mail the tracings to me and I can determine if the grip
matches your tracing or not. By "matches" I do not mean
it must be exactly the same, but the same or larger by
enough to allow easy fitting. It cannot be smaller, or
the grip can't be made to fit the gun.
If you do not have grips but only the gun, press the 3 x 5
index card against the gun frame and run your fingernail
around the edges so you push the paper firmly against the
frame edge (outside). Be sure to get a good impression of
the top curve, too. If the impression is too faint, put
a little "Magic Marker" on the edge of the gun frame and
make another impression. You can easily remove the marker
ink with a little alcohol or acetone without hurting the
metal finish. Mark the open space where a screw could
be installed and not hit the spring or any solid part of
the frame. Send that to me instead of the tracing, and
I can use it just as well to determine the grip size.