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Grips for my CZ and Glock.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by woodstock72000@yahoo.com, Oct 27, 2007.

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Which auto-loading handgun caliber is your favorite?

  1. .357

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    2.6%
  2. 9mm

    35 vote(s)
    46.1%
  3. .40 S@W

    7 vote(s)
    9.2%
  4. .45

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  1. woodstock72000@yahoo.com

    woodstock72000@yahoo.com member

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    I`ve looked high and low for grips for my CZ 75 B and I have only found a few places and they say that I may have to wait 3 months. They also insist on payment up front with a money order,HUH?

    I want a set for looks and another set for the range for my CZ 75 B and I was curious as to what I can do about the grips on my Glock 22. Has anybody got any info. on either of these questions?
     
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  2. woodstock72000@yahoo.com

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    i know that the poll has nothing to do with my question ; I just thought it would be fun. Shoulda added a none of the above.hahaha
     
  3. glk23

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    I think you said before you were looking for wood grips. If so, can't help. IMO don't think wood grips good for a range run. I am sure they will get banged up. Most I have seen for the CZ are smooth and I would think harder to get a good grip.

    All that being said, I love the rubber CZ grips I put on my 75BD. I also added some skateboard tape to the front and backstrap.
     
  4. woodstock72000@yahoo.com

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    Sure but I`m looking for 2 sets, one for looks and one for the range.

    The CZ rubber grips look bulky but I`ve never tried them so I`m baseing my comment only on what I`ve seen. Are the rubber grips comfortable? Do they change the natural "feel" of the gun because the CZ feels like an extension of my hand as it is from the factory and I want to keep that "feel"
     
  5. DoubleTapDrew

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    What do you want to do with them? There are a few companies that offer grip reduction or stipling to change grip size/angle/ or texture. I don't think they come cheap though.
    One thing that does come cheap is the hogue slip on (I think it's called a hand-all or something). Basically a rubber inner-tube type slip on that makes the grip grippier. All the major places have them.
     
  6. woodstock72000@yahoo.com

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    Yeah doubletap, that sounds like a good idea. Icould get my grips for looks and use the grips that you`ve described to just slide over the "pretty" grips. Are they easy to put on and take off?
     
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    I don't know yet, I'll let you know soon though :) I've heard positive reviews from the people that use them, they make the grip more tacky so it's easier to yank out of the holster quickly. I think it would be a good addition to a g26 due to the stubby grip. When hands are wet the glock grips can get a little slick.
    Midway has them for $6 (and search for HandAll, it turns out Hand-All doesn't return any results) They are universal.
     
  8. glk23

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    I don't find the rubber grips bulky at all and they are much better than the plastic ones. Tried the Hogues first and they were definately too bulky.
     
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    check out an A-grip for a Glock.
     
  11. Navy87Guy

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    I took a pair of Hogue wraparound finger groove grips for the CZ and cut the finger grooves off. A little filing/sanding of the edges and I have a nice pair of rubber panel grips for my CZ. I have a pic of them on my website, here: http://home.comcast.net/~navy87guy/home/cz75bd.html

    They provide a nice grip without a lot of extra bulk.

    Jim
     
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    Can't comment on the Glock. IMO, the best grips for any CZ are made by Hakan Pek. He makes the nicest custom wood grips for just about all of the CZs. Hakan is in Norway. I have ordered two sets of grips for my CZs and it only took about 2-3 months. Email him- maybe he is not too far behind. They are well worth the wait!!! http://www.imageseek.com/hakan/
     
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    I love the factory CZ rubber grips - more comfortable then the plastic and no extra width.

    Actually improves the grip feel of the CZ.

    Jeff
     
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    I have the CZ rubber grips on my 75b and CZ75 P01, for me they fit great, I like them much better than the plastic ones on my 75BD.

    regards,

    Luis Leon
     
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    Hakan rules custom CZ grips - he is truely an artist. Having said that, the most functional grips I have tried yet are my Crimson Trace Lasergrips, which feel about the same size as standard issue. The thin rubber ones I have had, and they are just fine, but for beauty and function together, try Hakan Pek.
     
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    Have to agree with a few of the other posters. The CZ factory rubber grips make great range grips. Very grippy and comfortable. Can't comment on BBQ style grips as I don't use them. Also can't comment on the Glock grip since I like it as is.
     
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    Do you have any gunshows in your area???? I was in the same boat as you with my CZ75BD Police. A gunshow at one of the convention centers here in Houston, has at least two booths selling grips and they both have quite a few for the CZ75. Prices are reasonable.

    bigmike45
     
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    This guy has great reviews here and on the CZForum. I bookmarked his site, but haven't ordered anything (yet).

    http://www.marschalgrips.com/index.p...tent=CZ-models


    I got a set of these grips . They are very nice and got her in less than
    2 weeks .

    I have a set of Hakan''s they are Great but took a while to get here .

    Me I'll take a .45

    Bill
     
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    FYI, "Woody" has been outed by our very own Bartholomew Roberts:

    Link to thread: http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=310567&page=6

    Dunno if he's been banned or not, but I don't think he's been back on THR since then. Didn't much like his posts anyways....:p
     
  22. DoubleTapDrew

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    I got my Hogue HandAll and put it on my glock 26. Its kind of a pain to get on. I resorted to using a cup of hot water and letting it soak for a few minutes, dried it off and wrestled it on the glock, trimmed the bottom, and its on there secure. Definitely not something you'll be taking on and off but it would be something to try for your glock. It makes the grip MUCH tackier, almost to the point where I'm concerned about it holding my shirt up after bending over when carrying IWB (hasn't happened yet but feels like it could). It's faster from the holster due to it being grippier. The grip is a tiny bit bigger but not a huge amount. It feels like recoil is reduced a tad but it could be a mental thing coupled with the more secure grip (hogue does say reduces recoil on the package). For $6 from Midway, it's worth a try!
     
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    I've tried almost every maker's wood on my seven CZ 75's, and the new factory cocobolos are far and away the best fitting, best looking, best feeling, and thinnest. They're also a bargain - Angus Hobdell sells them a couple of bucks cheaper than the factory.

    Omega also makes some excellent wood grips, and he has some exotic varieties.
     
  24. CraigJS

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    Here is Omega grips url : http://www.czgrips.us/
    Great grips. If you talk to Sam there, tell him Craig says "hello".
    Be safe, CraigJS
    PS, check out the Desert Iron wood grips... NICE!
     
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    the 45acp of course the 9mm is a strong second though.
     
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