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I am running the Henning Grips and love them. I tried the Lok Palm swells and could not get comfortable with them. I am looking really hard at those Armanov’s. They look really good and the price is pretty reasonable.


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I thought I mentioned this before.  But I really like the thin CZC  aluminum grips.  I love how  they feel.  But it seems that I shoot better with the factory one's.  That's why I started this search.  

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The nice thing about LOK grips is they'll customize for you, and you can also just order one side. I order their S2 palm swell grips, and requested that they length the tops so they would match the height of the S1 grip. They did so at no charge. I found that for my right hand (strong hand) that the palm swell was to big effecting my trigger reach, so I ordered a thin right side grip. I should have know from the start to go with a palm swell left and thin right combo since I liked the trigger reach with the thin aluminum grips. 

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CZ grips can be overwhelming...holy cow. I'm looking for something a but thicker then the stock grips, but according to LOK the palmswells are just like the stock rubber grips, while others say they are bigger?

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19 hours ago, SouperMan said:

 


Take a pair of grips that you like and using a strong adhesive, you coat the grips with the adhesive and dip with the silicon carbide. Boom, super aggressive grippy texture. You can pick up silicon carbide at Harbor Freight or a rockhound that tumbles/polishes rocks.

This.  I tried the palm swells, too fat for my hands.  Bought a cheap set of G10s off Amazom.  One layer of epoxy and #36 silicon carbide.  About 80% perfect.  Added another layer on the weak hand side between finger tips and rear edge of grip panel.  Now perfect.  Symmetrical grip panels are not always optimal.

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