M&p finger grooves

M&p finger grooves

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    M&p finger grooves

    I'm one of the strange guys who likes the finger grooves in Glocks as I have wife hands and thick fingers the grooves always work great for me. I like the much I've got spoiled to them but my s&w m&p didn't have them so with a little work with s dremmal and a rotary sander my m&p now has finger grooves similar to my Glocks and tho I have wife hands and thick fingers my fingers are short but with the material removed it makes for a nice custom grip for my m&p finished it up with some rubberized talon grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NelsonHolsters View Post
    I'm one of the strange guys who likes the finger grooves in Glocks as I have wife hands and thick fingers the grooves always work great for me. I like the much I've got spoiled to them but my s&w m&p didn't have them so with a little work with s dremmal and a rotary sander my m&p now has finger grooves similar to my Glocks and tho I have wife hands and thick fingers my fingers are short but with the material removed it makes for a nice custom grip for my m&p finished it up with some rubberized talon grips.

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    I bought a Walther instead of machining a pistol;grip. I love the finger grooves of my PPA M2,

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    I love the grip on some of the walthers and hk guns but just don't like the test of the gun. I wish you could pick and mix match what parts you want in a gun.

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    Hogue grips gave me my finger grooves. My thinking is simply the grooves help with grip consistency. The less that changes, or can change, the more accurate I am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSafety View Post
    Hogue grips gave me my finger grooves. My thinking is simply the grooves help with grip consistency. The less that changes, or can change, the more accurate I am.
    Same here with finger groove grips. I've put them on my Shield .45 and Ruger Lc9s for the same reason, shorter grips with the slipon grips help me with repetitive gripping and recoil control

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    I tried them and liked them except it made the grip bulky to me.

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