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Hogue Monogrip Modification Request

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Hogue, Inc. P.O. Box 1138 Paso Robles, CA 93447-1138 support@hougeinc.com To whom it may concern, This petition is to request that Hogue Inc. investigate the possibility of producing a modified version of the S&W J-frame rubber monogrip, product code 60000, to a shortened model that does not extend below the bottom of the frame as does the current product. While the Monogrip is an excellent product used by many of us we believe the need for a modified version of this grip exists. The purpose of this request is to fulfill the need for a more concealable combat style grip that provides the backstrap cushioning of the monogrip while maintaining the contours of the original product in a shorter version. This is what we need when using maximum power loadings in modern, lightweight S&W J-frame revolvers. The passage of laws allowing Concealed Carry Weapons by many states in recent years has resulted in the S&W J-frame becoming the best selling revolver produced by S&W. The introduction of new lightweight versions of this revolver may justify development of the suggested product. Thank you for your consideration

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This petition is an effort of the S&W 642 Club at The High Road. You are encouraged to visit us at: http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.phpt=138658

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