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Discussion in 'The Sig Sauer Club' started by Mike 257, Sep 5, 2010.


  1. Mike 257

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    wow, they do some awesome work. I will contact them when I get my gun ans see what they say. I love the ones with the Sig logo on them
     

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  2. rfd339

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    Thanks Mike257 , Nills are some great and should be great on your new 239''s . I'll have a set on order at the end of the month .
     

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  3. Mike 257

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    Trying to get my Girlfriend to see the light , but she loves her black Sigs with Hogue grips .
     
  4. Cobra64

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    Nothing wrong with that. ;)
     
  5. rfd339

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    Very true , I wonder how many ken and the boys have sold for the 239. Every used 239 I have ran across had them attached . They do feel good and keeps your hand in place during shooting. The only draw back for me was , they would stick to my clothes when drawing to weapon .
     
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    Ken's rubbers aren't that sticky after a little handling and wear. :rofl:
     
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    :wow: Now THAT'S nice information to know!
     
  8. rfd339

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    :rofl:. I believe the 239 specimens I borrowed never had the grips removed during the Hoppes or CLP showers and over oiling . That in it self breaks the grips down in time and makes them tacky .