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glock 37

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by wizzi01, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. wizzi01

    wizzi01

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    Well I am the new guy here and I just purchased my glock 37 today.All I have to say is this is one good accurate gun, and I am in love with it.The only gripe I have with it is I need sticky grips because i sweat like a mofo does. Does anyone have any recomendations?
     
  2. M96er

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    Try the Hogue Hand All grip. I use it on a lot of different firearms.:) Oh, and congrats on your G37 purchase.
     

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    some nice shooting gloves with non-slip material built in. :)
     
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    Glock2336 Senor Member

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    Give an Agrip a look;a
     
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    sablair CLM CLXV of C CLM

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    I've tried gloves, Hogue Hand-Alls and AGrips. All of my Glocks now wear the AGrip.
     
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    Skate board tape. It is cheap, about $5 a sheet and that is enough to make about 12 sets of grips so that you can change them out as needed. It can be found at most sporting good stores.
     
  7. Don At PC

    Don At PC Senior Member Millennium Member

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    Decal Grip also works great. It is the skate board materiel but it is already cut out and you apply it like a decal. You can get it several places but I have found www.brownells.com to be the best price, around $10 or less if you have a tradesman account with them. I have been using them about 4 years and they still work great.