Glock 19 owners, you gotta try Pacymayr Tactical Grips

Glock 19 owners, you gotta try Pacymayr Tactical Grips

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    Glock 19 owners, you gotta try Pacymayr Tactical Grips

    for your Glock.....

    i just put this on my G19, and WOW....what a comfortable and smooth grip.....really softens the grip and now my G19 fits my hand like a glove....

    and very easy to put on, not like the old Houge rubber grip that you have to get a gorilla to stretch it on the grip.....

    much better than those sandpaper grips you have to glue on and rubs your skin raw....and for ten bucks, cant beat em....

    here is a pic on my 19, also got a set for my OD green 19



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    thanks , where I can get this grips??

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    I've been considering such a device or my GLOCK19, thanks for the tip!
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    your welcome,, i just cant say enough about them.......changes the feel of the grip and now it is PERFECT....

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    While not those particular grips, I do use Hogue grips which also have finger indexing. I know many people do not like finger indexing grips but, I prefer them for the indexing they provide on a scoop draw.

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    Id like to try those. Do they make the grip feel wider? Lord knows its wide enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wormy View Post
    Id like to try those. Do they make the grip feel wider? Lord knows its wide enough.

    no not at all, they are made out of the Pachmayr "decelerator" material, which is very pliable.....gives a good solid and soft grip

    these grips are so damn comfortable i almost want to use them as socks.....LOL

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    I have the Pacmayr grip on my duty weapon (sig 220). They're great, but they dont last. The rubber is very soft, and feels great in the hand. The problem is the rubber starts to wear out, get rough, and eventually tear. I replace mine about every 6-8 months. Still worth it though...I can handle 10 bucks once or twice a year. I'm also alot tougher on my weapon than the average CC'er.

    For Wormy: Yea, they make the grips feel a little wider, but only slightly...nothing like the Hogue's. Then again my p220 grip is pretty narrow to begin with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kb2wji View Post
    I have the Pacmayr grip on my duty weapon (sig 220). They're great, but they dont last. The rubber is very soft, and feels great in the hand. The problem is the rubber starts to wear out, get rough, and eventually tear. I replace mine about every 6-8 months. Still worth it though...I can handle 10 bucks once or twice a year. I'm also alot tougher on my weapon than the average CC'er.

    For Wormy: Yea, they make the grips feel a little wider, but only slightly...nothing like the Hogue's. Then again my p220 grip is pretty narrow to begin with.
    the material is very "spongy", when you grip it, it kind of conforms to your hand, too

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    Hmmm... A prophylactic for my pistol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wormy View Post
    Hmmm... A prophylactic for my pistol.

    and they are "ribbed" for extra Glock pleasure....BAHAHAAAAA

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruce21b View Post
    no not at all, they are made out of the Pachmayr "decelerator" material, which is very pliable.....gives a good solid and soft grip

    these grips are so damn comfortable i almost want to use them as socks.....LOL
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    Nice. And only $10!!!

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