Spegel Square Butt Boot Grips pair

Craig Spegel’s Boot Grip design offered the first and for decades the sole example of a properly relieved or “scalloped out” area on the left stock panel. The Boot Grip’s scalloped out area is deep enough to accommodate all major and minor brands of speedloaders while maximizing cylinder access and enhancing reloading speed.  The Boot Grip’s shape is designed to fill the space between the frame’s front strap and the rear of the trigger guard without covering either the revolver’s backstrap or its butt.  Spegel’s Boot Grip offers just enough material to optimize a shooter’s grip without adding any excessive material that would compromise concealability.  Boot Grips are available in a variety of exotic hard woods available with or without checkering and on special order with an extended grip length (see below.) The Spegel Boot Grip remains the bench mark in revolver stock design and is the single best task specific snub stock for the serious snub owner. They are currently availably for short frame Colt D-frames, Smith & Wesson round butt J-frames and Smith & Wesson round- and square-butt K- and N-frame revolvers.  Craig Spegel can be reached through P.O. Box 387, Nehalem, Oregon 97131 or by telephone at 503-368-5653.