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Hogue Handall slipping

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by kildar, Jul 29, 2008.

  1. kildar

    kildar Active Member

    I like the Hogue Handall grips on my Glock 35 but I don't like having to reposition the grips after a session at the range. Any way to keep it from slipping around?
  2. BlindJustice

    BlindJustice Well-Known Member

    It's a GLock just use superglue - it's ugly already so what the hey
  3. riceboy72

    riceboy72 Well-Known Member

    Believe it or not, a little hairspray is what is recommended. Spay it on the grip, slide it on, and let it dry overnight. I tried it with my Sig, and I don't think I've ever experienced any issues with it slipping around.

    Realize that after quite a bit of extended use, they may lose their tightness or get sloppy around the edges in which case replacing them is not a big deal. I've had good luck with the one on my Sig and I've never had to replace it.
  4. markk

    markk Well-Known Member

    +1 for a shot of hairspray inside the Hogue Handall. Wet it helps it slip on easily, dry it's like a mild glue...
  5. usp9

    usp9 Well-Known Member

    +2 and you can rub your grip on your head to correct the "hat hair" after shooting and look pretty again. :D
  6. kildar

    kildar Active Member

    I just checked and my wife doesn't have any hairspray. I'm sure she'll be rolling her eyes when she hears what I'm going to buy hairspray for the next time we go to Target.

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