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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by ctaggart, Mar 3, 2010.
Talon Grips are $10 shipped. It's hardly worth the time and effort to do it yourself....
I vote for the Talon Grips also. Very easy to install and well worth the $10
By the time you trace, cut, glue, stick, measure,messup,try again, You would have spent $20 in time.
Put the Talon grips on and forget it!
Just make one. What I did was wrap either paper or masking tape around the front and sides of the grip, then rub it with a pencil to get all the outlines of the grip panels and stuff on it, then take it off, draw in the lines I want with ink, cut it out and lay it on my grip tape. Have it wrap around through the low portions of the finger grooves and cut holes for the high portions. It stays on literally for years of class, carry and competition use.
Takes about 15 minutes and your new grips both grip better than store bought stuff and look better and cost about $0.25.
The store-bought precut stuff sucks by comparison and I never use it. With this, I can have different colors, patters, clear, etc.
All I really want is a template. Does it exist?
Sure -- it's called a Talon grip. Performs great as a template.
I just bought mine, cant wait to put in on my 27.