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Old 11-22-2013, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default Glock grip options?

Any suggestions on grips for a G23? The factory grips are horrible to me. Needs rubberizing, even if just the backstrap. Any help appreciated.

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Old 11-22-2013, 11:49 PM   #2
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A Pachmyer Grip Glove. Today should be $12-15.

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My personal favorite grip is A-Grip by Brooks Tactical. It's a bit like
suede or moleskin---doesn't drag on clothing, works great wet or
dry. I even like it better than skateboard tape on my competition guns.
It's not cheap----but it's worth the price.

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A Pachmyer Grip Glove. Today should be $12-15.
I also like these, have them on all three of my Glocks. Cheap and effective.

I like them better than the Hogue Handal but the OP might take a look at them too.
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I run both of these on my 20, 20SF, 23C & 32. Makes a nice combination.


http://www.amazon.com/Pachmayr-Tactical-Glove-Glock-Compacts/dp/B003RC52II/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1385186939&sr=8-2&keywords=glock+grip

http://www.amazon.com/Grip-Force-Glock-BeaverTail-Adapter/dp/B004VIZN90/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1385186939&sr=8-5&keywords=glock+grip

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I ordered the Pachmyer grips today, along with THIS which I thought, for $6, I'd give it a try, maybe a little on my Thunder 380 to see how it feels.

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If you have Gen4, the back straps should get you close to proper fit. From there, I use Talon grips on all my Glocks. The rough texture for nightstand & target. Rubberized texture for carry. Tried the Pach.... On my G19 when I first got it. Like Talon much better.

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Glock Grip Options?

Wow, When I asked that question, I ended up with a 1911.

I'll sit here and wait for your report and findings on Glock Grip Options.

(Hint: 3" Alloy Frame)

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The grip is why I prefer Gen 4 Glocks. No backstrap and the more aggressive stippling is a big plus. Another cheap grip alternative for any pistol is a bicycle tube. Just cut the tube and use that like the Pachmyer or Hogue.

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The grip is why I prefer Gen 4 Glocks. No backstrap and the more aggressive stippling is a big plus. Another cheap grip alternative for any pistol is a bicycle tube. Just cut the tube and use that like the Pachmyer or Hogue.
LOL. I've done the bike tube grip! Stays tight & tacky for a long time.
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