Anyone sue RAT grips??

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  1. fuzzyduck

    fuzzyduck

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    I saw a few ads for the RAT grips and looked at their site. Has anyone here used them??? I might want to try them as they arent too expensive and may work out nicely.
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    Damn, I meant USE not SUE
     

  3. Gangrel

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    I dunno about this...

    skinning a rat seems kinda unclean

    let alone using it as a grip!
     
  4. CitizenOfDreams

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    It's better to use a whole rat as a weapon.

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    I've got the FastCaps MyGrip on my G23. It looks like dog meat, but works like a charm. And, lawman's dirty looks notwithstanding, I'll take function over form every day of the week. Let me know if you want a pic or anything.
     
  6. Mhiett

    Mhiett God is Love.

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    I'd like to see it. Post it up.
     
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    Here you go. Like I said, they don't look too good, but they work, which is all that's important to me.

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  8. Gangrel

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    is that stuff permanent?
     
  9. msu_grad_121

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    Even tho it sticks pretty well, its not permanent. You can either find a lip and start to pull it off, or else cut it. The upside being, if you catch hell from your admin at the range (like I did), cut it off, then heat it up and put it back on afterwards. Totally reusable!
     
  10. ArmaGlock

    ArmaGlock Glock Armorer

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    I have Rat Grip on my Glock 22. Works great so far. Cool stuff!