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Most Ergo gun grip?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Tim151515, Jul 3, 2012.

  1. Tim151515

    Tim151515 iHeartGuns

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    For my I would have to give the award(as far as the guns I have held) to the HKp30(even though it is FUUUUGLY), though I do have to take some points away for the mag release. Not that its bad, Im just personally not used to it. I would have to give a number two to a browning hi power...and a number 3 to my favorite gun of all time, a CZ75. The CZ being the only one of these I own...but I have held the HK and shot the Browning, and they are like gloves. What say you?
     
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    12131 Monkeyboy CLM

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    Agree with the HK P30. Also, the PPQ is about the same.
    Other great ergo grips for me: CZ 75 compacts, Sig P225.
     

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    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    I'm still convinced that my future self went back in time to help the folks at Beretta design the 92's grip. It's like it was made for me.
     
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    CZ-82; it feels like I established the perfect grip, and they poured a pistol into my hand....I know a lot of other people who feel the same way.:cool:
     
  7. Tim151515

    Tim151515 iHeartGuns

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    speaking of that, I have been looking very hard at adding either a walther, mak, or cz82 to my collection. I just think they are nice looking little guns.
     
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    Of all the handguns I own, the 1911 HiPower, Cz82 and the Cz75, they are the only ones that still have the factory grips.
     
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    P30 is great, but I'm one of the few that really loves the way a Glock 17 feels in my hands.
     
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    I really like the E2 grips on my P226 E2.
     
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    12131 Monkeyboy CLM

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    It would be, when fitted with the Hogue Extreme grips. Most of my P228s wear them, now. :cool:
     
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    P228 standard grips are perfection to my hands
     
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    Get the 82; you can get one on a C&R license for around $215, and they are a bit more modern and practical than the Mak's and the PPK's; 9x18 is a lot hotter than .380 for defensive purposes, and the 82 has ambi controls , including dual frame-mounted mag release buttons instead of an older style heel mag release for much quicker and smoother reloading; it also has good sights and a double stack 12 round magazine , and both the double and single triggers are glass-smooth.

    I have 3 of them and they are all outstanding pistols, and a great value.

    And they feel soooooo good in the hand.
     
  15. The Retired Sarge

    The Retired Sarge "The Sarge"

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    Heckler & Koch P30. Nothing ugly about that finely engineered pistol and the magazine release is superb once you train with it. Bill
     
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    Current production.. it's hard to beat the PPQ or Sig's E2 on the 226/9.

    Now on grip angle alone.. easily the 1911. YMMV.
     
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    1. Browning Hi Power
    2. CZ 75
     
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    CZ75. By quite a long way, actually.
     
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    Browning Hi Power.
     
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    CZ -75 for me, although i am dancing around waiting for my pair of 82s to arrive.