The Original Clipdraw for Smith & Wesson (J) Frame Revolvers

The Original Clipdraw for Smith & Wesson (J) Frame Revolvers

The Original Clipdraw for Smith & Wesson (J) Frame Revolvers

For S&W Revolvers (attaches on right side only)

Made from specially tempered spring steel with black powder coating or nickel plating.

Clipdraws are available to fit Smith & Wesson J frame revolvers. Custom round head screws are included to replace the OEM countersunk screws.

•Part #JF fits J frames ONLY.
PLEASE NOTE: #JF will ONLY fit revolvers manufactured by Smith & Wesson.

S&W Revolvers Installation Instructions

•Remove the rear side plate screw.
•Attach the Clipdraw with the replacement screw and washer as shown.
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4 years 39 weeks ago, 2:51 PM

ecaman

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Anybody have one?

I've seen these advertized in magazines, but never seen one in real life. Does anyone out there have one? If so, how well does it work? I've used Barami Hip Grips before, & they worked well. I was using one on my S&W 649 up until I got a Laser Grip. After I got the Laser Grip I had to start using an IWB holster to carry the gun.

If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man. (Mark Twain).
4 years 39 weeks ago, 3:20 PM

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Looks uncomfortable though. metal or plastic against your body especially a wheel gun.

4 years 39 weeks ago, 3:31 PM

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You need a shirt

You need a shirt of some kind between the gun & your belly, that's for sure. One way I occasionally used the Hip Grip was to hold the gun in the right front pocket of Levis. Didn't work with slacks, because the pocket opening is along the side of your leg, & the gun would fall out. Oops! The Hip Grip is far more effective when it holds the gun inside your waistband. When shooting the gun, the Hip Grip felt entirely normal.

If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man. (Mark Twain).
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