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Makes all the difference.

 
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I have Hogue's on a couple Glocks. Great improvement to get some traction.

I also added a Pachmayr sleeve to my P239 40cal. Adds just the right thickness at the center of the grip.



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Makes all the difference.



Yeah, they work great on the Ruger LC Series.
 
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Tried one on my Steyr M9-A1 but alas it didn't fit well. The only product from Hogue, which I've purchased that I wouldn't recommend. I think its utility greatly depends on the pistol in question though.


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Makes all the difference.



I have the same pistol, set up the same way. The LC9s is one of my most accurate pistols. The Hogue grip sleeve makes it fit my hand perfectly.

A suggestion: Consider installing a Galloway Precision trigger, I did, to correct trigger sting, but it sure made the trigger better.


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Warm it with a hair dryer, then again when you have it half on. It makes it about 80% easier.
Have one on my P365 and love it.
 
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The Handall Grip just plain works. Very surprise if you don't like it and even shoot better with it on.


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I have Hogue's on a couple Glocks. Great improvement to get some traction.

I also added a Pachmayr sleeve to my P239 40cal. Adds just the right thickness at the center of the grip.





The Hogue rubber grips make a huge difference on the 239. My friend had the sleeve on his USP and I really liked it but I've never bought one.
 
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Never been a fan.


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It was beneficial on my old Kel-Tec P11 which was my only experience with one.

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