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    Someday HK is going to come out with grip like the VP or P30 for the 45 compacts. No more stipple, sleeves. tape ect. ect. Just Sayen

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    Quote Originally Posted by mneblett View Post
    Consider each gun carefully before you lay out the cash. Everyone's hand is different, but where the Hogue sleeve was truly transformative on my USPc .45, I would not want one on my full-size USP grip. The full-size USP grip already fills my hand and the front strap corners already fall at my finger joints perfectly, so the sleeve would ruin my grip on the gun.

    Good point. I already tried it on my Tactical and it was too bulky. I have a couple of 9mm compacts I'm considering it for.

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    I prefer the Pachmayr grip sleeve........................

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    Quote Originally Posted by mneblett View Post
    Nope -- the palm swells are each about a 1/4" thick (math district attorney).
    Yeah I goofed :) I forgot to read the specs but it does look more like a quarter inch now that I look at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbrooks3323 View Post
    Yeah I goofed :) I forgot to read the specs but it does look more like a quarter inch now that I look at it.
    I'd be thrilled if that was the worst mistake I will make today! ;)

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    I use the Hogue condoms and then work best for me after then have been heated and allowed to shrink to fit tight. That avoids the slippage they can have if just slipped on cold. Ribbed for your pleasure too. Best $5 add on for a USP and a big paws shooter.

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    One of the weird things that attracts me to the USP over and over again is the non "try-hard" grip. Every other grip (especially the "batman" grip of the HK45) feels like it's trying too hard to be ergonomic for me. Telling me where my fingers should go with grooves, how far they should be spaced, how far my fingers should reach around, etc.

    I'm starting to like the USP more because it just gives me a basic, no-nonsense grip. I make the grip work how I like it. So no grip sleeves for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by exyia View Post
    One of the weird things that attracts me to the USP over and over again is the non "try-hard" grip. Every other grip (especially the "batman" grip of the HK45) feels like it's trying too hard to be ergonomic for me. Telling me where my fingers should go with grooves, how far they should be spaced, how far my fingers should reach around, etc.

    I'm starting to like the USP more because it just gives me a basic, no-nonsense grip. I make the grip work how I like it. So no grip sleeves for me
    i love the basic grip too, but this just adds to the love for the gun all together :D

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    Yep. Hogues on both my USP compacts.

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