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Another New Press release regarding the Glock Beavertail HandAll sleeve.



To let all you Glock users know, Hogue Incorporated is proud to announce the newest addition to their line of HandALL®
Beavertail™ Grip Sleeves with a model precisely designed to fit Glock’s 26 & 27.

Though we have been making grip sleeves to fit Glocks since 1993, this latest revision features a precision fit for the 26 & 27 right out of the box.

The beavertail built into the grip sleeve rises high along the backstrap of the frame. This provides full rubber contact, allowing a higher hand-placement on the grip. In addition to protection and comfort, the beavertail also cushions the hand during recoil by providing better distribution of recoil forces. The built-in features of the grip sleeve provide comfort and confidence which in turn promotes accuracy.

The grip sleeve also alternatively fits Glock’s 31, 32 and 33 as well as H&K’s USP Compact .40.
Although not designed for a precision fit on these models, the grip will fit and function well.

Available in 5 colors. Contact your local dealer or Hogue direct. MSPR starting $10.95

To learn more ........


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I dunno'.

I enjoy Hogue products on my larger frame pistols, as they provide more purchase on my guns, but I just don't know about this one.

Do we really need another 'Glock Sock'? The problem hasn't changed. Two finger grip on a tiny 9mm. You're just not going to change the laws of physics, here.

I'll eventually break down and give it a try, though.

What would be really interesting is to see a G26 grip that accommodates three finger grips using a G19 mag. Just spit balling here.

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Thanks for the info Ken!
 
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I always liked Handalls.
I have then on all my HK's and my Glock 19.
 
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Originally posted by H&K-Guy:

The problem hasn't changed. Two finger grip on a tiny 9mm. You're just not going to change the laws of physics, here.

I'll eventually break down and give it a try, though.

What would be really interesting is to see a G26 grip that accommodates three finger grips using a G19 mag. Just spit balling here.

H&K-Guy



Problem? It's designed that way as a subcompact that is easy and accurate to shoot using as little as the thumb, middle and trigger finger. There's plenty of finger extensions that can add 0, 1 or 2 to its capacity and if one were so inclined they could use a 15 round G19 mag as is and would have plenty of space to rest a finger.

I'm sure you know all this but I'm curious as to why you think a grip manufacturer should be responsible to add another finger groove without essentially making a grip/frame cover that has limited options to anchor it in and has to figure out how the mag release will remain accessible, not to mention how much thicker the grip will become. Has any company designed a replacement grip that adds a finger groove and if so have they made one for Glock? Because that's where you should start if that's what you're looking for.


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Originally posted by H&K-Guy:

The problem hasn't changed. Two finger grip on a tiny 9mm. You're just not going to change the laws of physics, here.

I'll eventually break down and give it a try, though.

What would be really interesting is to see a G26 grip that accommodates three finger grips using a G19 mag. Just spit balling here.

H&K-Guy



Problem? It's designed that way as a subcompact that is easy and accurate to shoot using as little as the thumb, middle and trigger finger. There's plenty of finger extensions that can add 0, 1 or 2 to its capacity and if one were so inclined they could use a 15 round G19 mag as is and would have plenty of space to rest a finger.

I'm sure you know all this but I'm curious as to why you think a grip manufacturer should be responsible to add another finger groove without essentially making a grip/frame cover that has limited options to anchor it in and has to figure out how the mag release will remain accessible, not to mention how much thicker the grip will become. Has any company designed a replacement grip that adds a finger groove and if so have they made one for Glock? Because that's where you should start if that's what you're looking for.


DE,

First, my problem is not one that the general populace has to endure. I have the hands of a nine year old girl. This leaves me sensitive to various types of grips. I am simply unable to enjoy the freedom of grip choices every one else gets to try. Thus, my frustration. The latest and greatest new whiz-bang product for you is many times just a source of exasperation and irritation for me.

As stated, I'll probably wind up trying this one, though.

H&K-Guy
 
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I'm so happy with the Hogue grips I've installed on my Sig pistols, that I'm tempted to go ahead and buy this for the G26 I haven't yet bought.



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..... I'm tempted to go ahead and buy this for the G26 I haven't yet bought.


Great Choice. Advisable. Smile Thank You


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Great!
 
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My wife will love this for her G26.


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The texture of my gen 4 grip is a bit more aggressive than I'd like, but wrapping it with tape or using the Talon stick on pads don't appeal to me.

So, I ordered one of these sleeves. The instructions to use Windex, shims and heat were followed, but so far, that little sleeve has won every round. Maybe it wasn't designed to fit over every backstrap option. Maybe I didn't cook it hot enough with the hair drier. I don't know. Let me hear how some of you installed yours.
 
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Originally posted by Sportshooter:
The texture of my gen 4 grip

Those little pyramids are really grabby aren't they!

I have put a Houge sleeve on every Glock I own - full size, compact, subcompact and the baby 42.
Not sure how well this grip would play with the GripForce adapters I also put on every Glock. Would be interesting to try it.


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Got two of the Handall Beavertail sleeves from Hogue . . . one for my son's BERSA Thunder and one for my GF's M&P Shield.

The BERSA: Greatly improved the grip & control on the smaller gun. It did not, however, make the Bersa any more pleasant to shoot.

The M&P Shield: Again, it greatly improved the grip & control on a smaller gun. The Shield is a pretty nice shooting gun to start with. The grip sleeve just made it fit her hand better.
 
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Sportshooter; Dropped mine in a pan of boiling water for a couple of minutes. Then fished it out and started pulling it onto the gun.
Stubborn little bugger, but finally got it on.
 
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Sportshooter; Dropped mine in a pan of boiling water for a couple of minutes. Then fished it out and started pulling it onto the gun.
Stubborn little bugger, but finally got it on.


Sounds like a better idea than than the hair drier technique. Did you use shims and some sort of lubricant?
 
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Originally posted by DukeMinski:
Sportshooter; Dropped mine in a pan of boiling water for a couple of minutes.....
Stubborn little bugger, but finally got it on.


Sounds like a better idea than than the hair drier technique. Did you use shims and some sort of lubricant?


Keep in mind, If the grip fit is loose, the grip will move during use and we all know that is not desired.
Yes, these are a "bugger" to install. On the course textured frames shims and Windex would make it easier to slide on, still a bugger but you can do it. Cut up the package and use that for your shims over the textured area. Once installed, slide the shim out. Warming the grip up will help also. Once you have the grip in position, let it be while the Windex/lubricant you use dries. Once dry your are good to go.
Be patient, it will be worth the effort.


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Looking for accessories for your next AR build. Check our what Hogue has to offer Here


Need technical help with Hogue products and your firearm?

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Hogue Factory Seconds

Hogue Gear Pistol and Rifle Bags
Holsters and more...
www.hoguestore.com www.hogueknives.com www.heatedtoiletseat.com www.zombiegrips.com
Ken@hogueinc.com

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2017 Hogue Product Catalog
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I put one of the Ruger LC9 Hogue sleeves like the one illustrated on my Kel Tec PF9.

I really like the setup, and my techique for in stalling is using popsicle sticks on the sides as shims,and some Dawn dishwashing soap


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