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Old 01-26-2012, 06:09 PM   #11
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Glocks/aesthetic beauty.............that was pretty funny!

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Have you looked at the Pachmayar grip sleeve? I had the hogue but the Pachmayar IMO is way better. The grip is a lot tackier than the hogue and more comfortable.
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I went from the Hogue Handall slip on to the Pachmayr and like the thin tacky grip. The Handall has that big swell in the middle that's just too much on many double stack grips including my Glocks. I like Hogue replacement grips a lot on many guns but not so much their slip ons.
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Glocks/aesthetic beauty.............that was pretty funny!
Actually Smith & Wesson.
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Kind of off topic but oh well its my post. I didnt know that talon made a rubber grip version, had the sandpaper ones awhile back on my 17 befor i got my ccw. The talons were great but now since i carry i had to order the rubber version, i cant wait till they get here my hogue on the 23 is coming off. I haven't seen any posts on them yet on here so im just putN the word out.

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Well "The Jury Is Just In" and i chose NOT TO HOGUE. My rubber Talon grip came in the other day and all i can say is WOW!!. Talon hit it out the park with this one. Able to get a great purchase on the weapon with no added bulk. Talon grips for all my weapons. A+ product.

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Here's a pic of my 23 with the Talons i dont kno if the pic loaded i just sent one. So if so my fault.

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