If you have purchased a new pistol lately, you have noticed you can spend a lot of money on very fancy, high-speed grips, some of which will add over a hundred dollars to the total cost of your weapon. Let’s take a look at one of the most popular after-market grips and discuss some options.
The fancy new grips come in two models, slip-on type and replacement panels, both of which have pros and cons. The slip-on type are usually a molded synthetic rubber that is sticky to the touch but can become slippery when moist or wet and can add thickness to an already thick grip area. Replacement panels can be pricey but may or may not add girth to the grip of the weapon. They do not however, address any problems or shortfalls in the front or back strap of the weapon.
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