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I recommend Talon Grips for Glocks. They are only $10 and really easy to install. I recommend them if anyone wants a tighter grip.They really fit the gun. They are not bulky, which I really like. I've only seen them sold online.

Highly recommend for people who have sweaty hands or my shoot in wet conditions.

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ah ... Talons, I have them on my 26 ... they are great.
 

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I have to concurr with Talon Grips being awesome, I have them on my G23 and G27, love the feel
 

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I recommend Talon Grips for Glocks. They are only $10 and really easy to install. I recommend them if anyone wants a tighter grip.They really fit the gun. They are not bulky, which I really like. I've only seen them sold online.

Highly recommend for people who have sweaty hands or my shoot in wet conditions.

Any other recommendations?
Get a good stipple job. Its permanent, a better grip and you dont have to deal with tape.
 

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Get a good stipple job. Its permanent, a better grip and you dont have to deal with tape.
true but if you ever want to sell ... the tape comes off. Trust me, not everyone likes stipple.
 

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Get a good stipple job. Its permanent, a better grip and you dont have to deal with tape.
Are you talking about the RTFs. I've only seen RTF in a few models, like the 9's and the 40's. Also, It's only like 2 models in each caliber.

Talon Grips give that tight feel for just a few dollars. They are super easy to put on too. It's just an inexpensive way to get a similar feel.
 

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he is currently getting his FFL set up to be able to have people ship firearms to him. I have shot ans seen a lot of the "top professionals" grip work including multiple pieces from Ben at Boresight Soultions. And this guys work is right up there with any of them. at alot better prices and a heck of a lot faster turn around time.
 

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I WOULDN't recommend the Pachmayr thin grips. They look good, but.... They are very thin and they rip too easily. If you get them on your grip, you'll find that they don't wear well. I no longer use them.

 

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I WOULDN't recommend the Pachmayr thin grips. They look good, but.... They are very thin and they rip too easily. If you get them on your grip, you'll find that they don't wear well. I no longer use them.

I'll back you on that. The first one ripped while I was sliding it on. I called Pachmyar and the sent me another. Was slowly, very carefully putting it on, had it almost in place and it ripped too. Not a good quality product in my opinion.
 

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Texturing all the way. yes it is permanant, but you can redo it with a different texture if you decide to change it. It doesn't peel, chip, or come off with changes in the enviroment. I have done tons of them and reductions. I also have quick turn around times. ColdBoreCustom.com


 

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Texturing all the way. yes it is permanant, but you can redo it with a different texture if you decide to change it. It doesn't peel, chip, or come off with changes in the enviroment. I have done tons of them and reductions. I also have quick turn around times. ColdBoreCustom.com
typo on the services page:

" I am working on some different process to aloow me to do"

not trying to be a dick, i know i had alot when i first built mine.
 
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