Hogue Inc. announced the expansion of the HandAll Grip Sleeve series, adding models designed to fit Smith & Wesson’s Bodyguard 380 and Taurus’ TCP or Spectrum.
The beavertail grip sleeve installs by slipping over the gun’s grip frame until it’s seated in the perfect position. Once installed, the HandALL sleeve offers a single finger groove which leads into a gentle palm swell. The design has been constructed to fit naturally in the hand giving shooters better handling and control over the handgun. The beavertail built into the grip sleeve raises along the backstrap of the frame and provides full rubber contact with the hand for better hand-placement high on the grip. Additionally, the beavertail cushions the hands during recoil, offering less distraction while shooting and better distribution of force.
Built from a durable thermoplastic elastomer compound, the rubber ages well and keeps a firm yet tacky feel throughout its life. Hogue Inc. says the grip will not harden, split or crack with age or usage. Boasting Hogue’s Cobblestone texture, a series of small circular bumps, the grip aims to provide an efficient non-slip, non-irritating grip surface.
Hogue says the new HandALL, designed for smaller guns, was in response to consumer demand.
“We are continuing to expand our line of sleeves for compact pistols because of high customer demand,” said grip designer Matt Hogue in a press release. “Creating Beavertail Grip Sleeves that seamlessly work with smaller frames while adding comfort and a precision fit has proven to be a very popular solution.”
The Bodyguard, TCP and Spectrum model grip sleeves are available in black, OD green, flat dark earth, aqua, pink and purple with prices set at $9.95 for black and $10.95 for all other colors.