Fellow Americans, First timer here at GT. I have a Glock 22 Gen4 that is accurate, reliable, durable, etc. But the feel of a Glock in my hand might force me to sell it. I put a Hogue HandAll grip sleeve on it, and it feels soooo much better. But the Handall tends to slip upward, which just isn't good for shooting. So here is my question: Has anyone tried to improve a Glock grip by using a softer polymer material that starts out as a thick liquid and cures into a rubbery substance, something that would permanently stick to the grip and provide a softer surface, such as Permatex, SeamGrip, or something similar? I hope Glock goes ergo, and uses a co-molded rubber grip, on any Gen 5 in the future. Maybe an aftermarket company can make big money with a co-molded rubber gripped frame. The Glock combo of blocky shape and hard polymer is truly dated- look at the HK P30 and Sig P226 for hard polymer ergos!!! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!