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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by SVT-ROY, Feb 11, 2014.
I went a little wild messing around with the GRIP. Looks OK, feels like Tony the Tiger.
Good lord man, get a grip!
Is it rubbery?
Besides Tony (I don't even want to know what a Tiger feels like) how does it feel?
How easy does it apply?
How well does it stick long term?
Ad to that ^^, how does it come off? I'm intrigued by the process.
Confucius say make hands into sandpaper, not world into sandpaper. lol
It all started with the micro eagle and lack of grips available, Its very gritty. It goes on just like a sticker, I blow dry like talon grips to "set" it. Long term we will see...The stuff on my 92A1 slide lasts about 6 months depending on use. And that stuff is very similar if not the same as this. Comes off clean and easy, just heat it up a little first. A pencil and tracing paper would make it look like die cut, but I'm not trying to win any beauty contests. It's 3M stairs/ladder grip tape. 13.99 for 20 or so guns worth. Look out Pmags!!!!
I use skate board tape which is rubbery. I have it on my Gluks helps and wears well
3M generally makes a very good grade product.
to do press checks, i am concerned i my not be able to do it with sweaty hands.
my main concern is if i put it on the front sides of the slide, the tape will tear up my holster.
any suggestions? or save to have the slide milled?
What kind of handgun are you talking about?
M&P 40, full size
with a alien gear cloak slide OWB holster
Never heard of it. I'm sure others here have though.
Before I ever buy a gun, I dunk my hands in water to simulate sweaty hands.. and then try to have my way with it.. as is proper.
If you have a rough surface you can spray 4 or 5 coats of the dip on it and you'll get a nice tacky over mold feel. I've done a few pistol grips and a couple a rifle stocks.
Sure glad you didn't fess up to owning a glock.
That reminds me of the old Esso gasoline slogan, "Put A Tiger in Your Tank."
I'd rather have a lady lion in the backseat . . .
Or you can buy Textured spray paint
I hate that stuff simply because solvent gets under it or oil and it starts coming off....
Just get a better grip!