98sr20ve Posted January 22, 2008 Share Posted January 22, 2008 (edited) I just did my own grip tape/skateboard tape for my G34. If I do say so myself it looks pretty good. It feels really sharp to the hand. That will take some getting used to I think. What I am wondering is this...Where do you put/like the tape and where should I not put the tape. For now I have not brought it up high into the thumb trough area. I have also have not put it on the backstrap area. It would seem the thumb area might be a good idea. But the backstrap would slow me down as far as sliding the hand onto the gun when drawing it out of the holster. I am thinking of getting it a bit longer on the left side of the gun. Right now it only covers the faux grip panel area. On the left if I extended it towards the backstrap it would contact my palm on my left hand. Right now my palm hits plastic. This is a SSP/Production gun BTW. Here is a picture. When I finalize the design I will transfer my template to some metal and make a batch using one large piece of tape rather then the pieces I already had in the garage that I used in this picture. Thats why it's 3 pieces right now instead of one piece. Any thoughts? Edit: And I will bring the bottom cutout on the front area higher to match the finger grove better. Edited January 22, 2008 by 98sr20ve Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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