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    Talking Hogue Grips

    Hey to all, I have just recently put the hogue finger molded rubber grip on my colt gold cup and it is AMAZINGLY comfortable. I thought for sure nothing was going to beat out my Beretta 92 with hogues. But Damn the 1911 hogue grips are like a glove. I was hesitant to change the grip on both. But man am i glad I did. To all who have not held a 92fs or a 1911 with the hogue grip at least check it out. Not to mention I payed about $17 for each set.

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    I second your opinion

    Yes, Hogue grips are an exceptional product. The Hogue I have installed on my Colt Officer's 45 greatly improved my grip and shooting accuracy. It feels as if it is custom made for my hand. Money well , well invested for my gun.

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    I have Hogue panels on two of my Beretta 92s (not the wrap-arounds - just the grip panels).

    The Beretta 92 is my fav handgun at the moment. With these grips, i find the gun more comfortable to hold than my 1911s. Great grips!

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    I am 5'7" & weigh about 150 lbs & have hands that are about "average" in size--whatever the heck average is-----but i have found that for comfort, the hogue rubber grips are the best in my opinion for da revolvers & the pacymyar rubber combat grips are better on a 1911 frame. At least this is what has worked for me over the past 25 years of pistol shooting. Hope this helps !!!!!!!!

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    I've thought about getting a slip on grip for my Glock 19. A friend has one and I love the feel of it, how well does the grip conceal? Any issues with it sticking or making a clean draw more difficult?

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    Do you have some comparison pics you could post?

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    Houge makes great rubber grips.

    But they also make excellent aluminum grips too.


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    Another vote for the combat grips on the 92, a major improvement in shootability and gun retention. I also found them to work very well on a 3" SP101 .357. I am looking to get a 1911 soon, but I plan to use it as a range/plinker/HD gun. I really like the looks of wooden grips on the Remington R1 (my front runner), so I will probably leave the 1911 stock.
    Eli

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