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Hogue grips

Discussion in 'The Sig Sauer Club' started by Madmax1010, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. Madmax1010

    Madmax1010

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    Hey all

    My son is giving me some sh--- today:rofl:

    Everytime I buy a sig I take the original grips off and put the hogue rubber grips some with and some with out finger grooves.
    I just think they give me a better control. How many out there do the same?

    Or am I just nuts like the kid says!:crying::rofl:
     
  2. p.d.

    p.d.

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    I change them out also, but with Hogue aluminum instead of the rubber. To me, the rubbers are too big and not nearly as grippy as the aluminum. But, what do kids know? :supergrin:
     

  3. barth

    barth six barrels

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  4. 8th SPS USAF

    8th SPS USAF

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    I take the Hogue grips off and put slim on my 220's and E 2 grips on my
    229 40 DAK and 226 DAK 40. Wood on my 239 40 DAK I have small hands.
    Also all have short triggers.
     
  5. C140flyr

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    Had hoag rubber grips on my P239, on the recomendation of a friend . Donot like them at all. changes ergonomics of the entire pistol for me!
     
  6. Makoman

    Makoman

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    That's a nice 239 Barth.That or a 228 is gonna be my next acquistion.
     
  7. barth

    barth six barrels

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    The trigger and action of the P239 is outstanding.
    It's a little on the heavy side.
    But seems to be designed specifically for the 357 Sig round.
    There is almost no recoil and the gun is laser accurate.
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    But when I shoot my P220/45
    with the German factory Sig Sauer 5.47" stainless steel match barrel?

    The clouds part and the angels sing - LOL
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  8. Jack23

    Jack23 I. B. Glockin'

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    I put a set of Hogues on my Ruger SP101 and love them. They tame the .357 mag down nicely and make it a lot easy to reacquire target and allow me to shoot more of them and remain comfortable.
     
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    I'm a fan of hogue rubber grips...
     
  10. FM12

    FM12 I need AMMO!

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    I have a set of the finger groove type on my 220/45ACP. I like them.
     
  11. Madmax1010

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    The rubber grips with the finger grooves are becoming my fav for the p220's.

    Between the great trigger these things have and the grips it's the most comfortable 45 acp to shoot for me.
    And not to mention these guns are tack driver and reliable what more could you ask for?

    Only one thing I can think of is a lower price so I can own more of them.:rofl:
     
  12. Wetrudgeon

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    Just purchased a P238 wearing Hogues from the factory. We handled a lot of 238's and this one felt by far the best. Not as pretty as some, but plenty comfortable.
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    We trudge on.
     
  13. CPatt44

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    I usr them on my P229 but not on my P226. Feel too big on the P226 don't know why, they just do.
     
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    I go back and forth between them and the original grips on both my P220R and P229R. I like both. But the Hogues are a bit too grippy for me for carrying, especially under my shirt tail. If I'm going to carry the gun as opposed to having in the nightstand, I like the originals over the Hogues.

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  15. ca survivor

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    Nice Sig.......
     
  16. bac1023

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    I'm not big on Hogue rubbr grips, but many love them.
     
  17. WoodenPlank

    WoodenPlank Who?

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    I replaced the SIG custom shop grips on my 229SAS with Hogue, solely because they were the only ones available locally that were thinner than the wood grips.
     
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    I think the Hogue rubber grips take away from the prestigue of the sig.
     
  19. ca survivor

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    do the Houge rubber grips stick to your clothing if IWB carry?
     
  20. TxGlock9

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    I've read on the sig forum from other members that it does. YMMV.