I think the "Spur " your talking about is called a "Beaver Tail" of all things.I have a question, from one with a very low level of experience with pistols.
I have only a very elderly .32 S&W 5 shot double action wheel pistol. It presents a very smooth body and a small handle. Easy to carry and easy to draw.
I see the large stabilizing spur on the handle of the Kimbers and now this Para Ordinance. I suppose I can see the potential advantage for a strong grip...but does that not get in the way of drawing/handling?
Yessir, I can easily visualize all the benefits you point out. Thanks.I think the "Spur " your talking about is called a "Beaver Tail" of all things.
It has a few functions,it helps prevent the slide hurting your hand as it recoils,should you have choked up on the gun (taken a higher incorrect grip),it prevents the pistol slipping in grip after multiple shots and then the slide biting your hand,it is also a kind of lever that helps prevent muzzle flip as the frame of the gun now has a contact point with your hand directly under the bore axis.