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Talon Grip Removal

Discussion in 'Talon Grips' started by JohnR357, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. JohnR357


    Nov 13, 2011
    I am interested in trying Talon grips but would like to know how easy it is to remove them, just in case. Would it leave lots of sticky goo behind, screwing up the gun?
  2. croutson


    Feb 2, 2012
    I have the rubber version on both my G26 and LCP. I carry daily and absolutely love them. I have not tryed to remove mine but from the reviews I've seen there is a little cleaning required after removing the "grip".

  3. I had a set on for about 3-4 months, when a bubble wouldn't go away. He sent me out a new set for free, and when I removed the old grips, all there was to clean off, was a dirt line around where the grips were. You wipe the grip off with alcohol first anyway to put the grips on. That was enough to clean off the old grips. Wont harm your gun at all, and they've endured scratches that my glock would have got directly. Best $10 you'll spend on your glock next to ammo.

    Last edited: Mar 21, 2012
  4. Paul53

    Paul53 Geezer Boomer

    Nov 27, 2011

    +1 What he said!
  5. GoBigOrange


    May 22, 2010
    East TN
    I swapped out a set once and the removal was really easy. You will love the Talon's BTW!
  6. JohnR357


    Nov 13, 2011
    OK, thanks for the replies on this. I will be trying the granulated Talons on my Glock 19.
  7. Total sandpaper convert

    I was a sandpaper guy but when we felt my neighbors g30 with it... "new" rubber material grip from Talon, I had to try....then after shooting it, my wife was hooked..her purse carry gun, in a pocket holster of course.