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    What is that gizmo on his grip?


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    Its a "Grip Gizmo"


    Seriously... I am not a revolver guy. I am sure someone else will know...

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    It almost looks like a T grip, but I could be wrong. Haven't seen one in use.

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    Looks like a Tyler T-grip to me, or a look alike.

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    T-Grip, to make the small revolver grip fit bigger hands better.

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    It's a Tyler T-grip. I would like one for my S&W M15 but I can't find one and I'm not going to spend $26.75 and wait a full month for a tiny piece of shaped aluminum when I can get a not-so-pretty albeit very functional grip instantly for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revolver View Post
    It's a Tyler T-grip. I would like one for my S&W M15 but I can't find one and I'm not going to spend $26.75 and wait a full month for a tiny piece of shaped aluminum when I can get a not-so-pretty albeit very functional grip instantly for that.
    I know its just a piece of metal. But thats not that bad for a gun accessory. Hell, I just paid $20 for a piece of plastic that allows me to use my fullsize P99 mags in my compact P99 - its a sleeve that slips over the part of the extended mag that sticks out of the gun..... What's another $6 on top of that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    I know its just a piece of metal. But thats not that bad for a gun accessory. Hell, I just paid $20 for a piece of plastic that allows me to use my fullsize P99 mags in my compact P99 - its a sleeve that slips over the part of the extended mag that sticks out of the gun..... What's another $6 on top of that
    It's the full month wait I can't stand. If it wasn't for that I'd already have one. It's paying the money AND the wait that bothers me. For $26.75 I expect good service.

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