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Anyone have pics of their hogue grip?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Ryanty12, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. Ryanty12

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    How are these grips? They seem like they would help a lot. What is yall's imput?
     
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    pinkertonTJ 9/12 Groupie

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    good with anysize other than subcompact Glocks. they rip easy and I dont like to trim it. LCP is awesome with it tho! no cam or I would show
     

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    Downtown was the RTF2 just too rough & you went with the Hogue grip because of the palm swells?? Just Wondered..
     
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    The main reason was that I have always had a hogue on my Glocks and now I'm so used to it, it doesn't feel right without one. The other reason is that the RTF2 will absolutely tear your side up if there isn't a shirt between you and it when you carry!!
     
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    I have them on any gun that i might carry on any given day. Gives me more gun to gun similarity in the grip feel, and i've grown used to it. Most likely will put them on any new additions in teh future.
     
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    I can barely tell you have them on there. OD looks nice.

    THe grips tear easy someone said?
     
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    The one I have on my G19 in the picture is the same one I had on my 2nd gen G23, then my 3rd gen G23, and now on my new G19. It is still as strong as it was new , now like 13 years old.
     
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    Thats nice. I heard you basically had to cut them off after you finally got it on your gun. Because the trick was to boil it for 2 min or something. THats good to hear its lasted you that long.
     
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    Not boil...put it in hot water for a min or two...I had no troubles putting it on my G19.

    Cheers.

    -J.-
     
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    I've tried to put one on a 26 (it tore), and a 33 (it tore), but got it on my 19. The sub's have a larger backstrap higher up than where the compacts do, to me.
     
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    got one on both the 19 and 17...feels strange not to have them
     
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    I've tried the universal fit version. They do provide a more comfortable surface for your hand. Overall, they're okay, but they add bulk (mainly on the sides) so I wouldn't want them on any carry gun. As far as "recoil absorbing rubber", they transfer almost all of the recoil into your hand.
     
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    ratss
     
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    Thats usually where the recoil goes...into you hand. :rofl: