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My Ruger P95

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    But, I think by the feel of it, it will make a difference in shooting.
    Indeed it should .... makes grip to me feel more secure - easier to index on grips fast.

    The fitting of the Hogue is made easier by having a bit of saliva spread inside - helps reduce friction! It's still a wrestling match even so
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    I have (2) Rugers in my small collection, a P95 and a P944. I have been very happy with them, never had a problem with either.
    I was carrying my P95 in a IWB holster from K&D until I picked up a Glock 19. Now the G19 is my EDC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry View Post
    Indeed it should .... makes grip to me feel more secure - easier to index on grips fast.

    The fitting of the Hogue is made easier by having a bit of saliva spread inside - helps reduce friction! It's still a wrestling match even so
    If you have an air compressor with a small air nozzle, force the air under the the Hogue grip, and the grip will "float" into place without a hassle. I learned this from a bike shop mechanic who was installing handlebar grips. A piece of nylon tubing (Icemaker water feed) works well to modify a factory air nozzle.
    The Hogue grip does make a world of difference.
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