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    Default Non-slip for Glock grips....what do you use.

    Looking for some ideas on a non slip surface for glock grips....tried the commercial ones and was not impressed...used a piece of bike tire inner tube but it kept splitting while firing at the range.....any ideas appreciated...I like the rubber grip better than the abrasive ones....what do you use ?

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    Default Re: Non-slip for Glock grips....what do you use.

    I have a rubber sleeve on my G21.It has finger grooves and is by Hogue,if I remember correctly.
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    Default Re: Non-slip for Glock grips....what do you use.

    Talon grip works well for me.

    LINK:
    https://talongungrips.com/grips/glock/
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    Default Re: Non-slip for Glock grips....what do you use.

    Hoque grips work for me.

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    Default Re: Non-slip for Glock grips....what do you use.

    Quote Originally Posted by K.C. View Post
    Talon grip works well for me.

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    I agree!
    I have used both e the rubber and grip tape sandpaper type from Talon.
    They're great.
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    Default Re: Non-slip for Glock grips....what do you use.

    Houge on my Glock 43s,They also make several sized ones for larger frames.

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    Default Re: Non-slip for Glock grips....what do you use.

    +1 rubbererized talon grip.
    sandpaper texture doesn't feel nice and they wear too fast.

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    Default Re: Non-slip for Glock grips....what do you use.

    Hogue or Pachmayer rubber sleeve. Not great but better than nothing

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    Default Re: Non-slip for Glock grips....what do you use.

    The Hogue rubber sleeves always turn or spin on the grips, at least for me and while Talon grips feel nice they look like chopped up holy hell.

    I prefer Traction Grip, they have the same rubber coating like Talon but fit more cleanly. They do not always cover as many areas as the Talon but in my case it was perfect.

    http://www.tractiongrips.com/catalog/c1_p1.html
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    Default Re: Non-slip for Glock grips....what do you use.

    Quote Originally Posted by xXxplosive View Post
    Looking for some ideas on a non slip surface for glock grips....tried the commercial ones and was not impressed...used a piece of bike tire inner tube but it kept splitting while firing at the range.....any ideas appreciated...I like the rubber grip better than the abrasive ones....what do you use ?
    another +1 on Talon Grips. Your name looks familiar from the NJGunForums.
    Eddie

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