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I would just use the large backstrap if you need a bigger grip.



Any reason why you would want an inner tube or Hogue slip on grip? They often are too tacky with not enough grip and tend to not stay put under hard use.
 

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rjhauser said:
pachmayer #3, if you do NOT want palm swells



hogue, full size for glocks, if you want palm swells
Defenitely don't want grooves or swells. That's why I was thinking about the innertube, I want it as thin as possible.
 

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I used some intertube on my MP40 prior to sending it to Dan. I dont recall what size I used though
 

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pachmayer #3



7.00



cheap way to check. innertube, about 3.50



one way required work, one way did not.



I am inherently lazy, too much time moderating other boards.



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I had a houge grip on my M&P 40 and took it off, I did not really like it becase the grip swells that came with the gun were so comfortable to me. I have always used the houge grips on my best pistols though and I liked them alot.
 

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dlgoldston said:
I had a houge grip on my M&P 40 and took it off, I did not really like it becase the grip swells that came with the gun were so comfortable to me. I have always used the houge grips on my best pistols though and I liked them alot.
I have a Pachmayer grip on my M&P. I like rubber grips because it seems to give a more positive grip. The Pachmayer does not have the palm swells to it. I use it over the medium grip. It was a bugger to get on! It would not slip onto the grip so I used a sandwich bag and cut the bottom out like a tube and slipped it over the grip then slid the Pachmayer over it and pulled the plastic out that was between the grips.
 
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