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Hogue rubber grip and the P226

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Airburst, Feb 13, 2011.

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  1. Airburst

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    Do these grips add allot of extra girth? I know they do on the 4006. I have a P226 and want to put on a better feeling grip, but not at the expense of the girth.
     
  2. 9mmepiphany

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    They are indeed fatter, especially if you get the ones that wrap around the front strap. A better route to go might be the Hogue G-10 or Aluminum grips...it depends on what you mean by better feeling
     
  3. Airburst

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    Better than the plastic grips. I'll look up those Hogue G-10's. Thanks.
     
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    I have the Hogue side panels grips on my P226, I don't have the wrap around. It's not too bad, it does make it easier to shoot since it's more grippy.
     
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    Be aware that the E2 conversion will place your hand noticeably lower on the frame
     
  7. Airburst

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    Found some Uncle Mike's that I bid on. I have a pair on a 659 and love them.
     
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