The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Truth About Guns
One problem some shooters have with mouse guns is…they’re small. Caliber wars aside, if you have a large hand, getting to grips with a tiny niney or .380 semi can be difficult if you have what the President would consider large hands. As someone with small mitts who pocket-carries a Smith BODYGUARD 380 from time to time, that’s not a problem for me. But for those of you who are more generously endowed, pistols like the Smith or a Taurus TCP could be out of the question.
And that’s the reason Hogue and a few other aftermarket accessory companies make grip sleeves for these guns. Many are nothing more than glorified ranger bands, providing nothing more than a little added thickness to an otherwise too-slim grip.
Hogue, however, takes a more refined approach. They’ve just announced additions to their Beavertail HandALL line, a nicely textured sleeve that features a…post was originally published on this site