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CZ rubber grips. Concealment issues?

Discussion in 'CZ Club' started by jack76590, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. jack76590

    jack76590

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    I have an IWB holster being made for my CZ 75D PCR compact. I am wondering if the factory rubber grips will cause problems with covering garment hanging up. Any experience? Solutions - either different grips or modification of factory grips? I was specifically wondering if light sanding of diamonds would help with hanging up of covering garment, if in fact there is a problem.
     
  2. GAFinch

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    I'm not sure you can really polish rubber. I guess you could shave off the high spots, but it seems like it would be very hard to blend afterward and just make a big mess.

    I can't help with the concealment issue, as I only carried my full size 75 over the winter with a jacket.
     


  3. IndyGunFreak

    IndyGunFreak

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    I've got the Hogue Rubber grips on my CZ 75BD, and have carried it IWB before(nowdays its mostly a target gun)... I bought mine, the stock grips were plastic.

    The Hogue Grip is really awesome...

    IGF
     
  4. jack76590

    jack76590

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    There is another CZ model, that has plastic grips and these grips will fit my PCR, so I may be buying a set of these from CZ. However, waiting for my Kramer holster before deciding.

    But interested in how you liked the plastic stock grips before switching to Hogue.
     
  5. panzer1

    panzer1 NRA MEMBER

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    The rubber grips should be just fine they work well for me. If you want the stock plastic grips for it I can sell you mine. When I got my cz75,compact they came with the plastic grips so I ordered the rubber grips from CZ. They are the same size I just like rubber better. I never used the plastic grips so they are new.
     
  6. viG

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    Right now I also use the rubber grips. They hide fine under a button up shirt thats untucked with an ISW holster. I love shooting with them as well that have a great feel. I'm also debating about getting the wood grips. I like options and it makes the weapon look classy. You can find them at the CZ custom shop. Also VZ makes G10 grips that would be thinner then the rubber ones.

    http://czcustom.com/CZ-75-85-TS-Grips-Aluminum-Plastic-Rubber.aspx
     
  7. clarkstoncz

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    I don't like the rubber grips as they do tend to stick(for me) and I usually go for wooden grips when possible.

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    As you can see.. they turned out very nice.

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    You might have different requirements.

    KEV
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  8. GAFinch

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    Well, OP, I tried carrying my CZ 75B today under a t-shirt and Bermuda shirt I hadn't worn in awhile. It actually concealed very well and my shirt did not hang up on the rubber grips.