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Purchased a Hogue grip for it. It was a beotch to get on. After i was done, I was reminded why some finger grooves on Glocks force my middle finger up against the trigger guard. It basically sucked.

Going to try to return it.
 

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Definitely honing the strong side of the wife's 48 TG. It doesn't hurt as much as the full size Glocks, but it's there. She had a nice imprint after shooting a 50 rd box of PMC ball.

Sorry to be a (generally speaking, here) first response thread hog but is anyone else up? Some of you must have over done it at the Halloween costume contests last night.
 

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if your looking for a non-slip grip, try a length of bicycle inner tube as a grip sleeve.

it probably won't be much easier to get on the grip frame but you can get several grip sleeves from a single inner tube, all my Glocks have them.

I use 26" inner tubes size 1.75to 2.25 for double stackers and 1.25 to 1.375 for single stackers.
 

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if your looking for a non-slip grip, try a length of bicycle inner tube as a grip sleeve.

it probably won't be much easier to get on the grip frame but you can get several grip sleeves from a single inner tube, all my Glocks have them.

I use 26" inner tubes size 1.75to 2.25 for double stackers and 1.25 to 1.375 for single stackers.
That might be an option. I have to qualify with my G48 the week after next. Have to fire between 250 and 300 rounds. That many rounds will sure bring up any grip issues.
 

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Grip tape, 10 bucks a sheet from ebay.
 
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I bought a Talon grip for mine but after a few trips to the range getting to know it I decided to not install the Talon grip (come to think , I wonder where I put it...) so my G48 is all stock.
 

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Has anyone cut the top finger groove off a Hogue grip?
 

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Learn to grip the gun properly. The grip on the those guns is not slick.

You should be gripping the gun so tight with your left hand that after 50 - 100 rounds you need to take a break.

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Purchased a Hogue grip for it. It was a beotch to get on. After i was done, I was reminded why some finger grooves on Glocks force my middle finger up against the trigger guard. It basically sucked.

Going to try to return it.
I love the pebble texture but wish they didn’t have the finger grooves and lower side swell.
 

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>>Maybe just a Talon grip wrap?<<
I Talonize every gun that will accept it, and I have one on order for my G48. I just like the feel and texture of them. (rubber)
 
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That hogue grip sucked for me...it gets really slippery in your hand when you get sweaty....then the grip will start to twist and move on the gun itself....no thanks!

I have been using talon on all my carry guns for the last probably close to 10 years, way better in every way and add zero bulk to the grip
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