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Old 03-10-2018, 02:31 AM   #1
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Thin rubber grips for a pro carry 9mm

Several years ago I bought a set of thin rubber grips and bushings and screws for my aegis II 9mm. My small hand could not comfortably wrap around so my trigger finger was never in the right position. Can you tell me who makes thin nylon grips. Any suggestions greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 03-10-2018, 04:40 AM   #2
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I’m not sure about the Nylon part but I suggest you check out VZ grips. I have the slim grips from them and they are very well made. However DO NOT purchase their slim grip bushings, they are proprietary to them and no one including them makes a tool to install them. I suggest Brownells for the slim bushings.
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These grips came on my Ultra TLE and I added a set to my Eclipse Pro II. They aren’t thin grips but they are thin and very comfortable. They are cheap enough to give it try. They aren’t the prettiest grips but they work great.

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These grips came on my Ultra TLE and I added a set to my Eclipse Pro II. They arenít thin grips but they are thin and very comfortable. They are cheap enough to give it try. They arenít the prettiest grips but they work great.

Black Rubber 1911 Double-Diamond Grips, Full-Length
Morning JC, I thought about those and wondered if they would be ďsticking ď to my clothes when drawing. Any problems with them?
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Morning JC, I thought about those and wondered if they would be ďsticking ď to my clothes when drawing. Any problems with them?
No not at all, they arenít a sticky grip but just right imo.
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No not at all, they arenít a sticky grip but just right imo.
OK, thanks.
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