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    Default Grip recommendations

    I am looking for a grip enhancement for a PM9 that would add a little give and be comfortable to carry in a IWB or tuck holster. I assume it would also improve grip. More like rubber than skateboard tape.

    What grip(s) do you recommend and what are the characteristics of that grip which appeal to you.

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    I have a Hogue with beavertail on my CW9 and LCP. Likes: 1. Realtively inexpensive 2. Beavertail part softens recoil 3. Very gripy, and good finger groove placement on the CW9. 4. Fills out the grip. I don't have huge hands, but these guns are still a bit smallish, so they make the gun more ergonomic

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    Quote Originally Posted by BirdsThaWord View Post
    I have a Hogue with beavertail on my CW9 and LCP. Likes: 1. Realtively inexpensive 2. Beavertail part softens recoil 3. Very gripy, and good finger groove placement on the CW9. 4. Fills out the grip. I don't have huge hands, but these guns are still a bit smallish, so they make the gun more ergonomic

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    I found one like this but is lists a P9. Will that fit a PM9?

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    Bawanna is correct. When trying to find one that fits on a gun, if one is not specifically made for yours, I take the gun in and hold it up next to the grips, seeing where it will start and stop. So long as it does not block your mag release, and does not extend past the magwell, then it should fit. They can be a struggle to put on if you get one that fits right. Never had one move around if it fits right.

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    The Hogues are comfy to me, but I was using the mini sleeves without the beavertail and found myself having to readjust them; they'd skootch around with use.
    I have the talon rubber-black stick-ons now and they work for me; lots more gription without any discomfort. I surmise that the granulate-black is like skateboard tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokuno View Post
    The Hogues are comfy to me, but I was using the mini sleeves without the beavertail and found myself having to readjust them; they'd skootch around with use.
    I have the talon rubber-black stick-ons now and they work for me; lots more gription without any discomfort. I surmise that the granulate-black is like skateboard tape.
    I have used this one only I flip it over with groove on bottom....seems to work better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster09 View Post
    I have used this one only I flip it over with groove on bottom....seems to work better.

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    A cut of a bicycle inner tube works great. I've used that for years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    A cut of a bicycle inner tube works great. I've used that for years.
    Iíve thought about how awesome it would be if someone could invent a thin rubber like that that would react like heat shrink, but retain its rubber qualities after shrinking. Man Iíd put that S on everything!

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    I'm not positive, but I think that does exist. I looked for it, too, but never got around to buying any and now I forget where I saw it.
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