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H&R 922, 732 Rnd Stag (21c)
 
H&R 922, 732 Rnd Stag (21c) Quantity in Basket: None
Code: HR_21C
Price: $65.00
Shipping Weight: 0.15 pounds
 
Select color:
Natural ivory
Aged ivory ($10)
Extra Aged ($10)
"John Wayne" yellow ($10)
Select medallions ($14):
Select mounting method:
Two 6-32 oval screws
Single No.4 mounting kit, installed
Are you sending a tracing?:
YES! I want to assure proper size/shape. Tombstone is responsible for fit to tracing. Tracing will show hole pattern. **************************************
NO. I will be responsible if I choose the wrong size grip. I will measure my gun and compare to the listed specs. If I order a grip that is the wrong size or shape, I agree that it is NOT returnable. *****************************************************
I already mailed a tracing BEFORE I placed this order.
Optional note:
 
Quantity:
 
This is a staghorn pattern grip set for the round butt small frame versions of the Harrington and Richardson Models 922, 732, and similar. Bear in mind that H&R used the same model numbers for both larger, square butt revolvers and the smaller shorter barrel round butt version, and order the right one for your gun.

In other words, look at your gun, look at the dimensions on these grips, compare them using a ruler, and if your gun is obviously not the same shape or size, don't order these. People do that with some regularity, and that's why I pound away on the idea that a tracing of your grips surely does avoid problems of that kind. But so would taking a look at the numbers, and making a few simple measurements of your existing grips or gun frame. If your 922 or 732 uses a "Coke-bottle" shaped pair of grips with a big square flat base, these are not the right grips for it.

Another thing H&R did was mix up the various kinds of mounting methods without changing the model numbers. If your gun requires a pair of 6-32 oval head screws to fasten each separate grip panel onto the gun, with a U-shaped bracket surrounding the hammer spring, then order the appropriate 6-32 mounting method. If your gun has the hammer spring located so it won't interfere with a single screw run all the way through the grip frame, then you can use the standard No.4 single screw mounting kit. If you do not have the 6-32 tapped U-shape bracket inside the gun frame (a separate, loose piece that straddles the hammer spring) then probably you'll need to get or have one made unless the existing grips fasten with a single screw. I mention this because sometimes folks get a gun that has no grips, and no mounting bracket, and they don't know what to use. Look at the standard hole location on the chart, and see if that would put the screw right into the hammer spring, or if a screw at that point would be able to go past the hammer spring. That tells you which mounting will work for you.

I don't have the U-shape brackets but I understand that Numrich Arms and certain other parts dealers can supply them. It would not be too hard to fabricate one with 12 to 14 gauge sheet metal, a small vise, tap hammer, and a 6-32 drill and tap.

Here are the dimensions of this grip:
  • Width across the flat base = 1.1 inches
  • Height to the screw hole = 1.1 inches
  • Width across grip at the screw hole center = 1.1 inches
  • Front edge to center of screw hole = 0.5 inches
  • Width across the top "ears" = 0.9 inches
  • Height of the round top above line connecting the "ears" = 0.3 inches
  • Overall height of grip = 2.3 inches
  • Front ear height 90-degrees to base = 1.7 inches
  • Rear ear height 90-degrees to base = 2.2 inches




Related Item(s)
Code Name Price Availability  
HR_23a H&R Mod.732 (23a) $58.00  
HR_28a H&R 922, 732 Rnd Butt (28a) $58.00  
HR_110c H&R 733, 732, NEF 733 (110c) $58.00  
HR_141f H&R 929, 622, 732 Stag (141F) $65.00  
HR_11F H&R 922, 732, 929 Ext Round Butt (11F) $58.00  
HR_21D H&R 922, 732 Round Smooth (21D) $58.00  

Dave Corbin Please Note: I make all the grips by hand and receive so many orders that custom made grip delivery takes an average 3-4 months.
Stock items (medallions, screws, specials) usually ship within 10 days.
I can't promise a specific ship date, as it will vary with circumstances.
If you can't wait, please don't order! I'm working as fast as possible.


Be SURE to read the TERMS of SALE page, so you KNOW what you are getting.

Always compare listed measurements OR send a tracing of original grip or gun frame.
Do NOT order just by description, since the same model and make can vary in actual size and shape of grip frame! Do NOT send your original grips or gun!


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