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I have three sets of Hogue aluminum checkered 220 grips. I’d like something even more aggressive and just as thin or thinner. Are the G10’s thinner? Which ones are more aggressive ?


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They have identical dimensions. I'd say, the Aluminum one feels just a hair grippier.
 
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I lean towards the G10 piranhas. But to answer your question, I feel the chain links to be the most aggressive. They're all about the same thinness.


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To clarify, I was comparing Checkered Alu to Checkered G10, in terms of grippiness.

I agree with Madmatt that the Chainlink grips are the most aggressive.
 
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So chain link over piranha ..!? Right


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Chainlink grips are the most aggressive followed by the checkered and then the piranhas. According to Hogue. I have all three and I would agree with that order. As far as width, they are all the same according to Hogue.
 
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Have you tried E2 grips if you want "grippier"?
 
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