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    Default Slip on grips for cm9?

    Looking for ideas on which size pachmayr grip or other brand of slip on grip would work on cm9?

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    I use Pachmayr #05177 on my MK. Grip Saver is another brand.

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    hogue grip all jr.


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    I have both.
    I put the Hogue Jr on mine and it does not twist as much as the Pachmayr when shooting. I did have Talons on it before adding the Hogue Jr so it went on a little tight and probably helped reduce the twisting.
    The Pachmayr has a little more thickness and rubbery feel to it, so it probably absorbs recoil slightly better, but my preference is the Hogue Jr

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    I've used the Hogues on different guns for many years and really like them. A few months back I bought a Pachmayr for my G29 and it's OK, but it makes an already fat grip even fatter. I have carried my little CM9 for several years with no aftermarket grip until just recently. I was in one of the LGS and saw the Talons hanging on a display rack and they had the rubber model for the CM9. I've known about the Talons for years and have shot a couple pistols with the sandpaper type on them, but didn't care much for them. Bought the rubber Talon, took it home and followed the instructions. Awesome product! It made a BIG difference in the way the CM9 felt in my hand. Really "grippy" with very little added thickness and it covers the cheese grater on the backstrap. I have a few more candidates for these grips, so I will be purchasing more. If you're set on a slip-on my vote is for Hogue, but if you have never tried the Talons I recommend giving them a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLOCKROCKER View Post
    ... Bought the rubber Talon, took it home and followed the instructions. Awesome product! It made a BIG difference in the way the CM9 felt in my hand. Really "grippy" with very little added thickness and it covers the cheese grater on the backstrap. I have a few more candidates for these grips, so I will be purchasing more. If you're set on a slip-on my vote is for Hogue, but if you have never tried the Talons I recommend giving them a shot.
    My CM9 came w/ Pachmayr slip on grips. After removing them & thoroughly cleaning the pistol & the grips, they've been working well; very comfortable.

    I really like the rubber textured Talon grips on chunkier double-stack pistols such as my Beretta Px4 Compact. I use a fine Exacto knife to cut a groove along the back strap to enable maintenance -- on the hammer spring, for example -- w/ no loss of grip. Talon had a year end promotion w/ the large Px4 grips reduced from $18 to $12. I bought a spare set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtStone View Post
    My CM9 came w/ Pachmayr slip on grips. After removing them & thoroughly cleaning the pistol & the grips, they've been working well; very comfortable.

    I really like the rubber textured Talon grips on chunkier double-stack pistols such as my Beretta Px4 Compact. I use a fine Exacto knife to cut a groove along the back strap to enable maintenance -- on the hammer spring, for example -- w/ no loss of grip. Talon had a year end promotion w/ the large Px4 grips reduced from $18 to $12. I bought a spare set.
    +1 on the Talons. I use them on my XDs, but since the CM9 is smaller, it had a little more punch so my preference is a little more cushion for my non padded hands. The Hogue Grip helped remedy this for me.

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    I guess I'm cheap. A bicycle inner tube cut to fit and slipped on works fine for me. Not too thick and still a little grippy.

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    I used the inner tube until I finally broke out the wood burner and stippled the grip so it wasn't so course.
    The tube worked fine, I didn't like the looks at all but it functioned fine.

    I'm not real impressed with the slip on grips truth be told. The Quik Grip I think was one of the best one's I've seen for looks and function.
    Not sure they are made anymore, there was some owner changing going on. They were like a custom fit.
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