The Delta Grip™ is the first truly ergonomic grip for J Frame revolvers. The Delta Grip was engineered to fit the natural point of aim and mechanics of the human hand, wrist and arm. The result is a grip with a superior natural point of aim, comfort and control.
Tom Danner (verified owner) –
I have been shooting S&W and other small and medium frame revolvers since the early 1970s. This is the absolute best SHOOTING grip I’ve used. Gets a lot of knocks for not being “pretty”…. A CCW should be concealed! Wish you made them for Charter Bulldog.
My Model 40 Centennial was a pain to shoot with the way its trigger guard bashed my knuckle. I was going to try a Tyler T-grip adapter, but tried a set of Ergo Delta grips instead. The Delta grip wasn’t made for the Centennial grip safety, and since a previous owner removed the safety, a large gap needed to be filled. I filled the frame’s gap with vibration dampening material then assembled the grip. The grip seam had small gaps, looking a little sloppy along the back strap. A little touch of rubber cement closed the gaps.
At the range the little Centennial shined. I went through 100 rds. of 158 LSWCs No more of the painful hand slap that used to make my hand go numb.
During winter weather, this one stays in my farm coat pocket. I like the grip very much and recommend it as a way to avoid painful hand slap of little snubbies.
Glenn Lanphier –
I love this grip, takes the pressure of the recoil off my wrist. The point ability is much more natural. I’ve had this grip on my S&W 638 for 2 years. Less printing with pocket carry, easier to draw from pocket also. My wife enjoys shooting my j frame so much with this grip, she now wants one also.
I really love my short barrel j-frame but hated the stock grips. Large hands need a better grip and after looking at all the other options I found the Ergo Delta grip. I researched online reviews and found mixed reviews. Some thought it was ugly but I rather like the looks. It takes care of the problem of banging your knuckle on the rear of the trigger guard. It also gives all of your fingers a place to grip, fits the hand naturally. No wrapping a pinky under the grip like some other styles on the market. Gives a firm grip and a natural wrist position for a point and shoot experience. I also like the way it fits in my pocket holster without the grip drawing attention like a standard grip does. The rubber coat is grippy enough and comfortable without being slick or sticky. Wish they made one for a square grip j frame too.
Thomas Stachowiak –
I got mine for my Ruger LCR three years ago and only love it more than ever! I’ve also installed a Lasermax trigger guard mounted center-point laser sight that dramatically enhances capability and performance. As well complements the appearance ( it kinda looks like a little fat Batarang) weird? maybe. But I still like it!
Mark Stellato –
I own many J frames..and the ones I SHOOT all wear the Ergo Delta grip. It may be “ugly” to most eyes..but once you USE it..you will be a believer. Amazing in it’s ability to tame 357 recoil and still provide a pocket carry profile. Try one..you will not be disappointed. Just don’t take it to your next barbecue..:)
I really like the grip, recoil, pointing, price, feel, I just wish it didn’t have the Gap underneath
Great grip for the range, great grip for pocket carry, when you reach in pocket it is easy to put your hand in a shooting position, right out of the pocket, with smaller grip, not so easy
David M Hardacker –
I want to thank whoever invented this grip. I was a police officer and champion shooter for 34 years. Now in my seventies, I have developed arthritis in my hands and barely manage to shoot any revolver. I added this grip to my J-Frame and can once again fire that gun with confidence. Please, please, please develop a counterpart for the K and L frame round butt and the GP-100. Please!
Jeffrey Long –
I have been using your Delta grip for a couple of years now on my Mdl 60 Pro. When I got it I thought it looked weird, and felt weird, but it also dropped my average group size in half. Doesn’t look or feel weird now, group size is still reduced, and can’t even find any real wear on it. I highly recommend this grip, the results are great.
John Perkovich –
I had huge issue with trigger guard hitting knuckle of my middle finger when squeezing trigger. Also being on the short side for over all finger length, it was awkward seating my pointer finger on the trigger. I also suffer from some finger weakness/pain, due to carpal tunnel tendon issues from years of working as a carpenter. What I love about the Ergo Delta grip is that it solves all of these issues. The metal trigger guard is now flush and in-line with the grip so no contact at all with middle finger anymore. The delta grip shape also allows your whole hand to move up closer to the trigger allowing for a very positive/strong pointer finger placement on the trigger. This compensates for my inherent finger weakness/pain quite well. The back strap is nicely cushioned as well and helps tremendously with felt recoil. I also found I shoot better, with tighter groups. Thanks Ergo….. now please make it for a SW 686!!!!!
T. L. Knight –
I bought one of these when the first came out for my S&W 30-1. I bought that gun (6-shot .32 caliber J-frame) because at the time I had bad arthritis flareups and couldn’t handle much recoil (that was a big problem as I was a LEO at the time, too). The 30-1 has negligible recoil but pulling the trigger still hurt. These grips made ALL the difference! They point very well and every single shooter who has handled my gun with those grips has loved them, even folks with small hands.
Now my arthritis situation is improved (most days). So much so that I recently acquired a S&W 442 so I’ll probably order a set for it so I can shoot more than a few rounds without my hand stinging.
If y’all ever make one for the N-frame (I mean, c’mon, snubby N-frames are quite popular) I’ll jump at the chance to get one for my snubby 629 (ouch).
I really think a smart manufacturer would make a deal with this company and equip a line of their revolvers with Delta grips, marketed specifically to arthritic folks, folks with weak hands, elderly, etc.
Simply genius. I’m a tinkerer but don’t want to tinker with a pistol that I’ve drawn in a hostile situation. Is the round chambered? Will it accident tally misfire in my pocket? Will it jam? Revolver makes these nagging questions go away. It then comes down to combat accuracy and recoil management. I got the Pachmyr Guardian with its pinky pop out extension. Super cool but too plastic feeling. It also doesn’t assist aim.
You guys took a clean sheet approach- didn’t worry about looking traditional or looking modern for no reason. I have Big hands my wife has normal hands. We both LOVE the Delta grip! You see the requests here for more models. Why not? Would love it for my SW 327PC snubby 8-shot .357 but it’s an N-frame. Please give it a go!
Ronan (verified owner) –
I have a S&W airweight….I love this little gun….38sp +P…..I bought these grips after searching for something better than the stock grip….Yes they seem to get the ugly comment alot….but they are 10x better than the stock grips…and fit my large construction type hands….I dont like the gap where the grips come together….even though they are not real visible….its a flaw that could have been addressed early on….somebody said nobody will care…one added screw would have done it…other than that i do love them….I will fix what shouldnt have happened from the factory….
John Doyle –
I am so glad I found the Ergo Delta Grip. I have severe arthritis in my hands and when I take a firm grip on a revolver the poor old arthritic knuckle on my second finger is in direct contact with the trigger guard, so every time I fire a shot I get a blast of pain like you wouldn’t believe. But the Ergo Delta Grip eliminated that problem because it’s configured so that my second finger does not come into contact with the trigger guard. I don’t know if that was deliberate on the part of the designer, but it sure works for me! Also, it just feels good in the hand. It’s a good solid grip which actually conceals better than an ordinary grip. I highly recommend this product. My sole complaint is that this wonderful grip is made exclusively for S&W revolvers. I have a Charter Arms Undercover Lite that could use a Ergo Delta Grip. (hint hint)