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Anyone have one? I just purchased one a few minutes ago. I wanted a new XL grip module anyway, so I figured what the heck.

How tacky is it? Is there a ton of material removed?

Thanks in advance
 
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It's subjective as to if you'll like it or not. The general consensus has been that it's "just enough" additional grip without causing clothing to catch or stick to it. I would say there is not a lot of material removed.

Do post here what your opinion is when you receive the module.


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I don't have the 365XL, but I have 2 of the 365 Laser Sculpted Grip Modules from Grayguns. There isn't much material on the grip module to remove, so sculpting is done without removing depth of the module. The original module was more aggressive, but the sculpted module is more "sticky" (easier to grip and hold on too). The addition of the sculpting in the "thumb rest" area was a big plus for me.

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Originally posted by steve495:
It's subjective as to if you'll like it or not. The general consensus has been that it's "just enough" additional grip without causing clothing to catch or stick to it. I would say there is not a lot of material removed.

Do post here what your opinion is when you receive the module.


Thank you. Will do.
 
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Originally posted by Johnny 3eagles:
I don't have the 365XL, but I have 2 of the 365 Laser Sculpted Grip Modules from Grayguns. There isn't much material on the grip module to remove, so sculpting is done without removing depth of the module. The original module was more aggressive, but the sculpted module is more "sticky" (easier to grip and hold on too). The addition of the sculpting in the "thumb rest" area was a big plus for me.

Hope that helps.


Thank you
 
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I really wish someone would make the grip just a little thicker or somehow add a backstrap. That is my one big complaint with the XL is the grip is so thin, just a tad more grip it would be perfect for me. Shooting a bill drill or at speed in the 20ish splits range, it gets very difficult to handle. Just not much room for my support hand
 
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