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Taurus Millennium Pro grip

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Ragnar Danneskjold, Aug 20, 2007.

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  1. Ragnar Danneskjold

    Ragnar Danneskjold Member

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    I am wondering if anyone knows of any aftermarket grips for the MilPro. The checkered back-frontstrap is somewhat abrasive, and after a long time shooting, it starts to scrape my hand. I have checked both Hogue and Pachmayr, but their websites are really 1990s and I couldn't find anything for the Taurus MilPro.
    Maybe I'm just not looking in the right place. Any ideas?

    Also, I think I'm gonna be getting a HK USPc in .40SW soon, and am going to be looking for a grip with finger grooves for that as well.
     
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    I got the Hogue Handall Jr., fits like a glove. Your right that checkering gets painful after a while!
     
  5. Ukraine Train

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    You guys just need to shoot more and build some calluses!
     
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    When I shot competetion, I had them. Then, I got a serious girlfriend. She was not a fan of calluses on my hands.



    Now I wear gloves.



    There is no doubt who runs things in my life. I don't have a cell phone. I have an electronic leash.
     
  7. Ragnar Danneskjold

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    Is she hot though?
     
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    That she is. Though, she would never say it. She's a good and proper southern woman. Loves go get dressed up and go out. Is appropirate in all social situations. Can cook like a champion. And for some strange reason, loves me. The strange ways of the world strike again.

    Slightly more on topic, now that I do it, I highly suggest that those that spend enough time at the range consider shooting with gloves. I love mine. It took me a few pair to figure out what I can wear at work, and to the range though.

    I finally settled on these. Though, I also have some hatch gloves (I can't find them on their website, but here's a link).
    And I have some Bob Allen's for when I shoot my shotguns.
     
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    Hogue slip on is the only way I know of and for 10 or 15 bucks pretty inexpensive too. Or you could fill with bondo sand and paint!
     
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    Taursowner: I have a Kahr P45 that had super sharp
    checkered grips. Took a file and filed down the edges, brushed it clean with a wire brush. Can't tell its been touched and it doesn't hurt anymore.:)
     
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    +1 on the Hogue Handall, Jr..
     
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    a nother fan of the Hogue Handall Jr.
    really adds alot to the handle-ablility of any compact Ive used them on.

    fits the Taurus PT111 milpro real good.
    I liked it so much I got a nother for my Kahr CW9, great on that too.


    a shirt will hang up on the grip a lil more often with the grips on IME... not really a relevant drawbac to me tho.

    ip.
     
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