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Justice Forever
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As the title says. I have had the stick on rubber grips since I bought it in 2013. They are starting to peel off. I knew they wouldn't last forever. Either one is approx. $10 so costs doesn't matter. I usually don't like a slip on grip but for a gun so small I need some help with the grip. Please take the poll....

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Which grips would you get?

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Stick on rubber
Hogue handall jr?

 
 
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Really like the Talons..
 
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I like talons on the G19/23, but the G42 & 43 the Hogue.
 
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Depends. Do you want for size or for grip?

Talons just for grip. Hogue for size. I don't normally like the slip ons, I had one on my P229 for years until they came out with the overmolded. The slip ons would slip around a bit. Now, the P320 beavertail one I just got is so tight (on a large module), I had a really hard time putting it on, and doubt it'll slip...ever. I may need to cut it off if I wanted to remove it.


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Talons for me.


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Have you tried using a cut section of bicycle inner tube?
 
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Another vote for rubber Talons
 
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I have the soft Talon panels on mine and it really transforms the gun for me.
 
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Beavertail Hogue


Have them on my 43s, adds just enough to further tighten the pistol in hand. Not too sticky to catch on clothing.


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The beavertail Hogues are the balls as long as you don't mind your grip getting a smidge fatter.


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Justice Forever
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Thanks everyone. I don’t mind the grip getting a little fatter. The gun is so small to me, it should help. I just worry about getting the grip on. Seems like those slip on ones are tough to get on right. Any suggestions?
 
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For the G42, I love this one - HandAll Beavertail Grip Sleeve Glock 42, 43 Black - because the gun is so small I like the extra girth in the grip. It take a little effort to get on the G42, but it's not too hard. It's secure and doesn't move.

I also put one on the G43 (it's the same grip for both), however after awhile I did't like it since it made the G43 too big IMO - so I cut it off and put on a normal Handall Jr - which had to be trimmed slightly to not overhand the magazine.
 
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Another vote for Talons. I have them on several pistols and they work. I found they last about two years on a duty gun that's carried every day in all types of weather.
 
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Thanks everyone. I don’t mind the grip getting a little fatter. The gun is so small to me, it should help. I just worry about getting the grip on. Seems like those slip on ones are tough to get on right. Any suggestions?

Windex. Spray a little on the gun and it will slip on MUCH easier.


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Thank you!

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Originally posted by BennerP220:
Thanks everyone. I don’t mind the grip getting a little fatter. The gun is so small to me, it should help. I just worry about getting the grip on. Seems like those slip on ones are tough to get on right. Any suggestions?

Windex. Spray a little on the gun and it will slip on MUCH easier.
 
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I have these for my Ruger LCP and Kahr CW380.

Pachmayr Tactical Grip Glove

Although I did buy this for the wife's G42..

Hogue 18207 HandAll


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Fortunately, I don’t need them on my G42. I use Talons on two other pistols as they fit the bill.


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Rubber Talons on my Shield 9 and Glock 43.


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I appreciate everyone’s input but I chose the hogues since I’ve never tried them. I absolutely love this grip for this pistol. The windex suggestion was on par! Thank you!
 
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