Hogue goes blue, announces new aqua colored pistol grips

The new color joins several of Hogue's grip lines. (Photo: Hogue)

The new color jazzing up a Smith & Wesson M&P Shield. (Photo: Hogue)

Aqua joins Hogue’s line-up, making a splash on several of its grip lines designed to fit smaller handguns, the company announced last week.

The bright blue color will join Hogue’s popular line of HandALL Beavertail grip sleeves. Thus far, four models have been produced in aqua to cover a range of popular carry guns.

The first offering presented in the new color is a precise fit for Smith & Wesson’s M&P Shield in 9mm and .40 as well as Ruger’s LC9.

The second sleeve accommodates Glock’s 42 and 43 while the third sleeve fits Ruger’s new LCP II.

The final sleeve is constructed to work with Smith & Wesson’s M&P Shield in .45ACP as well as Kahr Arm’s P9, P40, CW9 and CW40.

Hogue’s HandALL Universal Grip Sleeve is also getting the blue treatment. The universal sleeve fits most .45, 40, 10mm and 9mm semi-automatic pistols. The Hogue HandALL Jr. is also available in aqua, fitting most .22, .25 and .380 pocket pistols.

The HandALL Hybrid models for Ruger’s LCP .30, with and without the Crimson Trace button, are also included in the new color lineup. This sleeve is built specifically for Ruger’s LCP and includes a “molded-in element” that prevents unwanted movement between grip and frame.

Lastly, some of Hogue’s standard grip lines will be released in aqua to include: 1911 Government, Ruger LCR, Ruger SP101, Smith & Wesson J-Frame, Sig Sauer P329 and P938  and a model for the Taurus 85.

The aqua grips range in price from $9.95 to $29.95