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    Does anyone know of a manufacture for slip on rubber grips for a Glock 36. Pachmayr and Hogue do not list one. I do not want the tape style grip panels or the Talon style grips. If I can't find one I suppose I will resort to bicycle inner tubes.
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    I use a Hogue (small size). It doesn't look like it will fit, but it does. You just have to trim the bottom a little with a razor or other sharp blade.

    It works just great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    Does anyone know of a manufacture for slip on rubber grips for a Glock 36. Pachmayr and Hogue do not list one. I do not want the tape style grip panels or the Talon style grips. If I can't find one I suppose I will resort to bicycle inner tubes.
    Thanks in advance.
    Get one of the generic grips from Pachmayer. They come in a few different sizes so you should be able to find one to fit. I have their small finger groove one on my sr9c.

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    Thanks for the replys. I am looking for a smooth surface since the G-36 already has finger groves. I am surprised with the popularity of the G-36 that no one is making a dedicated grip sleeve for it.
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    I'm pretty sure the Hogue will fit. I have one on my G30 and my dad G19. Combine the shortness or the G30's grip and the thinness of the G19's grip and it should fit :)

    I had to trim the bottom off the grip on my G30, so I'm sure you'd have to do the same.

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    Cool

    Unfortunately the G-19 and G-30 grips are for a double stack and the G-36 being single stack leaves to much play to use the Hogue grip that is made for the 19/30. Thanks anyhow for the reply. As for the Hogue Handall Jr. It does look small for the grip but maybe with heating it up it might stretch. I will give that one a shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    Unfortunately the G-19 and G-30 grips are for a double stack and the G-36 being single stack leaves to much play to use the Hogue grip that is made for the 19/30. Thanks anyhow for the reply. As for the Hogue Handall Jr. It does look small for the grip but maybe with heating it up it might stretch. I will give that one a shot.
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    I have the Jr. on my G36. No heat needed. It will stretch just fine. The technique I use on these is to slide the sleeve on as far as it will go with my thumbs. Then insert a pair of butter knives along the side of the grip and just work the rubber sleeve up a little at a time. Be sure to insert them all the way through the sleeve. You don't want to poke holes.
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    RR71 should I use butter on the knives ? Thanks for your help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadRunner71 View Post
    Old School,

    I have the Jr. on my G36. No heat needed. It will stretch just fine. The technique I use on these is to slide the sleeve on as far as it will go with my thumbs. Then insert a pair of butter knives along the side of the grip and just work the rubber sleeve up a little at a time. Be sure to insert them all the way through the sleeve. You don't want to poke holes.
    Is this the one you are talking about?

    Handall Jr. Small Size Grip Sleeve [18000] - $8.06 : Hogue Inc., The Best Value In Handgun Grips, Rifle Stocks and Accessories - Bar None!
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    I have the bicycle inner tube on my G36. Works well. Gives a better grip than the factory texture.
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    A peice of Bicycle innertube,wash it, cut to size,about $2.00 at any Wally world,adds no mass,used this a bunch in the sand-box.

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    Cool

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    I got the Medium Model 3 Pachmayr to work.

    Sorry for not posting earlier.

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    Sorry I did not see this post earlier but if you are interested THE GUN SOURCE has something called the TUFF 1 grip cover. It comes in different patterns and different colors including pink for those so inclined!

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    Good grief, OS!

    Talk about thread resurrection!

    Glad you found something that works for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadRunner71 View Post
    Good grief, OS!

    Talk about thread resurrection!

    Glad you found something that works for you.
    Actually AZ resurrected the thread I had found a grip sleeve back in Nov 2010 but never posted the info.

    My bad !

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