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Adding finger groves to Crimson Trace?

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by glock39, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. glock39

    glock39

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    I have a Nightguard 325 (N-frame, 45ACP) that I would like to put Crimson Trace grips on. But Crimson Trace doesn't currently make a round butt grip for N-frames. Most N-frame grips are a little large for me, the factory Nightguard grips just barely fit my hand. Specifically, my little finger is apparently a bit shorter than average, and with most square N-frame grips my little finger can't quite reach far enough around to the front to contribute toward actually helping to hang onto the gun.

    I don't think that Crimson Trace has any circuitry in the bottom front of their revolver grips. Although I'm sure it would void the warranty, I'm wondering if it's possible to cut a finger grove in order to improve the fit for my little finger? Has anyone tried cutting finger groves in a laser-grip?