When you refer to pistol grips you are referring to the portions of pistols which are held in the hand. These grips allow the pistol to be gripped so your pistol is held in a forward position enabling the pistols to be also held properly driven in the Ruger LC9s, Ruger American Pistol, top to bottom axis also.
A pistol grip is also so designed, so your hand that grips the pistol is also in a position to operate the trigger at the same time. A pistol grip also serves at times within the storage for magazines or other tools. It can also be a part of the mechanism that facilitates the charging of the pistol. When the pistol grip is held in the hand between the hands and the hands, the forefinger is in a position to pull the trigger, whereas the thumb is clear to liberate the safety catch, and not move the hands or other hands.
Pistol grips come from wood, plastic and other blend materials. The size of a pistol grip will change depending on the size of the hand, amount of the finger and other comfort factors. When a pistol or pistol is aligned correctly with our bones of the forearm then the recoil from the pistol is absorbed. The pistol grips used must allow such angle to be achieved easily and without any problem. The hand holding the pistol grip needs to be as at the weary of the pistol so your recoil felt is less and also allows recovery between shots. Good shooting practice also requires the supporting hand to be held under the trigger, with the hands parallel to the shooting hand.
Pistol grips are the only part of any pistol that can be customized and changed to very personal parts. Just changing the design and the color of the hand grip allows you to give any pistol a very personal look that is unique. While looks and color can be worth addressing, these customization also has to pay very serious awareness of the way it can promote the way you are able to handle the weapon and operate it.
Pistol grips must allow a pistol to point at any target naturally. It must also allow the person operating the weapon to waste very little time in aligning the sights. Delays here, especially in law and order situations can matter between life and death. The pistol grip should allow the pistol to keep in the same position after having a shot is dismissed, without requiring any conscious effort on the part of the user. It should be able to use the straight thumbs method of holding the pistol, which is now considered the best way of holding a pistol. In this method, the supporting hand below the trigger guard has the thumb pointing to the front. The thumb of the shooting hand, which normal operates the safety mechanism is also rested on this thumb, also aligned correctly to point forward.