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SIG Sauer P320


Hogue rubber grips are molded from durable synthetic rubber that is neither spongy nor tacky yet provides a soft recoil absorbing feel without affecting accuracy. This modern rubber requires a completely different molding process than ordinary neoprene resulting in a much superior grip.

Sku: 17600

HandAll Beavertail Grip Sleeve Sig Sauer P320 Black now in stock.

Other colors available on Pre-Order. As soon as they are in stock, the web will be update as soon as available.

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Holsters also available for the P320.
ARS Stage 1 - Carry Holster
ARS Stage 2 - Duty Holster


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Well, crap. I just sold all my Medium grip modules, since they were just slightly too small, and replaced them with Larges.

Now I need to hunt down some more Mediums, to install these on. I suspect a Medium with a Hogue add-on will be just right. Big Grin

Since this one fits the Full and Carry grips, can we assume a Compact version is also in the works?
 
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Oooh! I don't like slip ons as much as the overmolded, but I will have to try this. Am I reading right that they'll fit the full sized (FS and Carry) in all 3 sizes? So I can put this on a Large Carry? I'm assuming it'll just be pretty tight getting on?


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Oooh! ..... Am I reading right that they'll fit the full sized (FS and Carry) in all 3 sizes? So I can put this on a Large Carry? I'm assuming it'll just be pretty tight getting on?


You are correct. Sleeve is to fit Full Size and Carry. (Same grip Height)
We recommend small module w/sleeve yields medium size. Med. module will sleeve yields lrg size. lrg. module w/sleeve yields xlrg. size.

Hope this makes sense.

Yes, it will take extra effort to put this sleeve on a Large module frame


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Awesome. Ordering now!


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Very cool.

Hey Ken, do you guys have any plans to make these palm-swell grip sleeves for the Gen 5 Glocks as well? I ask because, IIRC, the finger grooves on your regular Glock sleeve has recesses for the finger grooves of the Gen 3 & 4, so I'm curious if you're making a different one for the groove-less Gen 5 frame.


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Originally posted by dehughes:
Very cool.

.... do you guys have any plans to make these palm-swell grip sleeves for the Gen 5 Glocks as well? ....


These grips (Glock 17000 HandAll) will fit Glocks that have finger grooves as well as ones that don't. HandAlls have recesses on the inside of the grip to go over the finger grooves.
It is also my understanding that we are in the design stages for a Beavertail 17000 like the grips offered for the 26/27 and 42/43


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Mr. Hogue,

Do you folks plan on offering complete grip modules in the future?

Thanks
 
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Do you folks plan on offering complete grip modules in the future?

Thanks


No Plans at this time


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Great looking addition.

Any plans to offer this grip for the Compact grip modules?




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Sorry to go off topic but I had to tell you guys that these grips are awesome on my S&W Shield.


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Any plans to offer this grip for the Compact grip modules?


Yes there are plans but no time table as of yet.
I'll keep you post of progress


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Sorry to go off topic but I had to tell you guys that these grips are awesome on my S&W Shield.


Glad To Hear.


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Got them yesterday (quick shipping!).

They are a SOB to get on the Large. In fairness, I didn't remove the Talons, but those aren't very thick. I was actually glad; it means it's not gonna slip and go anywhere. If I ever need to take it off, I might have to cut it!

No I just gotta go shoot!

ETA: pic, because why not?



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Ken, the P320 has an overly rounded grip. It is the opposite of what Glock does. Comfortable but does not provide much feedback to the user as to where the pistol is pointed.

If you could make a polymer grip that was better than the P320 OEM grip, that would be popular. The X-5 grip is a big improvement, but is longer than the regular length Fullsize. There is a carry grip, but what is lacking is a regular Fullsize grip and a Compact grip. It would have flat and thin sides, just like a Glock has. It would have a higher beavertail, and the trigger guard would be undercut so the use could have a higher grip.


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c1steve: so everyone complains that the Glock is like a 2x4 and you want grip modules to make it more like...a 2x4.

And what Hogue excels at is making grips that are rounded. Not speaking for Hogue, of course, just what I observe.


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Originally posted by c1steve:
Ken, the P320 has an overly rounded grip. It is the opposite of what Glock does. Comfortable but does not provide much feedback to the user as to where the pistol is pointed.

If you could make a polymer grip that was better than the P320 OEM grip, that would be popular.

Well, that is certainly a different take on it.

I prefer the 320 grip over the Glock grip because it feels much like the grip on my 226. If I wanted a blockier grip, I'd shoot a H&K USP




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Ken, any plans to release a beavertail model for the full size Gen1 M&P's? I have the current Hogue model installed on my M&P and really miss the extra girth of the beavertail.
 
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Have any without finger grooves?


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Have any without finger grooves?


Sorry No.

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Ken, any plans to release a beavertail model for the full size Gen1 M&P's? I have the current Hogue model installed on my M&P and really miss the extra girth of the beavertail.


Sorry, Not at this time.


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