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Does anybody make slim grips for a CZ75b?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by DrDremel, Dec 31, 2002.

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  1. DrDremel

    DrDremel Member

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    I have the factory plastic grips but they are still a little thick for my wife to reach the double action trigger. I would like to find some super thin synthetic grips to replace the ones I have. Anybody know where to find some?
     
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    Try Hakan Grips
     
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    If anyone does, Hakan will be your best bet. Beautiful grips but certainly pricey.
     
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    FOR CHEAP you can try the HOGUE rubber wraparounds with fingergrooves; $15-20...I love the look of Hakan's but, for now, the HOGUE's are pretty slim.
     
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    Hakan made the 1st pair I ordered extra slim for me, he's making a new pair (in burl:cool: ) also slimmer than standard. I think his grips are pretty reasonable, considering his price includes shipping across the POND!:D
     
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    I believe the CZ factory hard rubber grips are suppossed to be thinner than the plastic ones, cheaper than the Houges to.


    Mike
     
  7. railroader

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    I have uncle mike's which I think are quite slim. They are rubber copies of craig spegel grips. Mark
     
  8. Lochaber

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    My CZ came with the god awfull plastic finger rest grips and I replaced them with a set of Houge warp arounds. Though comfy, I found that they made the grip a bit longer (front to back) for my taste, and I know have a set of the CZ factory rubber grips. They are quite thin and I find them very comfy. YMMV

    Loch
     
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    I recently bought a set of CZ rubber grips and think that they are a bit thicker than either the plastic or checkered wood that can be ordered from CZ-USA.. I think the checkered wood are the thinnest of the factory grips..When Hakan gets his checkering
    worked out I will have a set,for sure..
     
  11. Zip06

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    My 75B came with terrible stock thumb grips. I ordered some replacements from CZ-USA for about $9.00 and like the new ones, they should have been stock grips.
     
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    I have Hakans as well, but not synthetic.

    Great custom made grips, I feel a good value. Check out the CZ forum
     
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    From the thickest to the thinnest you can find for the CZs....
    The Oem Rubbers are the thickest
    Then the Wood OEM CZ's
    Then the plastics..OEM CZ's
    Then Hakans being the thinnest....

    Hogues vary from wood to rubber..the woods arent too bad.

    Shoot well
     
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    I have Hogue checkered cocobolo on my CZ-75B and Hakan`s first set of Xtreme (stippled panels with engraving) grips on my 10mm Witness. They`re both very thin. I measured the thickness of the grip on my CZ with the Hogue grips vs. a Springfield 1911 with factory wood stocks and the CZ is actually thinner! Both the Hogues and Hakans measure 1/10" thick measured straight across the frame. Total width for the CZ 1.15", 1.20" for the Witness (which is large frame). Marcus
     
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