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Discussion in 'The Sig Sauer Club' started by RS2, Feb 26, 2010.
... from Top Gun Supply.
Wow, those look good. Deciding on those or ponying up for some Nills for my 229. How much thinner are those vs stock grips?
Those are great looking.
A review of them would be nice! Thickness, grip texture?
They look good.
Wow! Those grips are sharp! May have to look at getting some.
Yeah, how about a review? Weather's getting nice; you've had them for awhile... Really no excuse for not being out there shooting it and telling us your impressions!
Sorry for not having posted sooner.
I did get a chance to try out the new grips at the range weekend before last. The G10s are just slightly thinner (side to side) and shorter (front to back) than the original grips, plus I just installed a short trigger.
The 228 really fits my hand perfectly now. I found the G10s to provide a very secure grip while shooting, especially the back strap, without feeling too sharp or uncomfortable. All in all, I'm really happy with them and glad I bought them.
For $140 I certainly hope so.
$139. I'd have never paid $140.
I´m seriously thinking about the new SIG E2 grips for my 228´s when & if available.
Those look great! I'd love to get a pair for my 220...I just haven't been able to bring myself to pony up the money.
I'm sure this is a dumb question for which the answer is yes....
But are the g10 grips that are being sold for Sig the same as the g10 grips on the Springfield TRP?
Is G10 a new product identifier? Is only hogue selling them or are they industry wide?
I see Houge makes those G10's for the 225's as well. I would like to get a set for my 225.