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Does anyone use them?
Do you find they make a significant improvement in accuracy (for an already accurate pistol)?
I find the Talon grips essential for my Glock 43's -- can't group well without them --, but the P365 has a better textured grip. So do Talons make much difference?
 
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Have them on my 365 and they make a nice “improvement” Feels good in the hand.


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I don’t have a 365, but I have the pebble textured Talon on my XD-S/9mm and they’re awesome. Worth a try I’d say.


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Not a 365 owner, but I have the granulated grips on my PX4 Compact. I wouldn't say they improve my accuracy, but they definitely improve the feel in my hand as well as shot-to-shot consistency when shooting quickly.

The only way to tell is to try them. Fortunately, they're not too expensive. I went through several while trying to decide between the rubberized and granulated versions; I settled on the granulated version.

And if you don't like them, they're easily removed.



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Have them on my PPS and feel that they were an improvement. But I put a Hogue beaver tail on my P365 and love it!!
 
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I have rubberized Talon grips on several small pistols, and I bought a set for the P365. I haven't installed them yet because I kind of like the P365 grips like they are. I'll probably get around to installing them at some point, but I don't think they're needed.



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I prefer the Hogue Handall grip. Adds some bulk, and feels better. Accuracy for me is not effected.


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I prefer the Hogue Handall grip. Adds some bulk, and feels better.



I agree. I have Talons on several other guns, but the slight added palm swell of the Hogue, combined with the rubberized texture, is perfect.

 
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I use the rubber Talons on my P365 and other pistols. They've worked fine for me and seem to be very resilient. I've been carrying my P365 for about nine months now with these applied and am very pleased with the product.



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Thanks for your experiences.
Talon grips really are amazing, aren't they?
I will give them a try on my 365 I guess. I have been resisting, I think, because they improve the accuracy of my G43's so much. If they further improve the accuracy of my already remarkably accurate 365, I may have no choice but to transition away from the G43. (And I'm invested in G43's -- I have er a couple G43's and uh a few G43 magazines.)
 
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I prefer the Hogue Handall grip. Adds some bulk, and feels better.



I agree. I have Talons on several other guns, but the slight added palm swell of the Hogue, combined with the rubberized texture, is perfect.



Thanks guys. I currently have Talons on both of our P365’s. Did not realize this grip was available from Ken at Hogue. After seeing the picture I just ordered me a set to try.....Thanks Again...Mark
 
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Just put the Hogue on myself after a year of carry, going to shoot today, love the grip so far.
 
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