Hogue Handall + CZ-52 = improved ergonomics?


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Snowdog
March 31, 2004, 11:13 PM
I've put a Hogue Handall Jr on my Russian Makarov and a Handall on my Glock 19, both having improved the ergonomics of each pistol (IMO).

I just received my CZ-52 today from SOG (whose box was curiously marked Century International Arms, Inc) that has either been reconditioned or is new. The pistol is in perfect shape. However, I remembered just how awkward the grip feels after picking it up.

Here's the question: Has anyone ever tried putting a Hogue Handall on their CZ-52 or other "slip-on" rubber grip to improve the feel?

I suppose my order for one will go out for one tomorrow. If I'm the guinea pig, I'll be sure to post pictures of the installed grips and a brief write-up.

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Devonai
March 31, 2004, 11:43 PM
I'll be interested in your feedback. My CZ-52 in stock trim feels like a hunk of pig iron.

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