Practical, Durable & Good-Looking Grips For Hard Daily Use
Textured grips made from durable engineered materials stand up to the abuse of tactical operations or competition where traditional wood grips fail—and still look good. Flat bottom eliminates the gap between the grip and extended magazine wells, and all models have a cutout for an ambidextrous safety. G10 – Made from layers of tough G10 fiberglass/epoxy resin laminate that’s incredibly strong and almost impervious to impact, moisture, temperature extremes, and chemicals. Covers the mainspring housing pin for a neat look. Available with coarse Rhino Hide texturing for shooters who wear gloves or have tough hands, or “320” Pattern irregular texturing that approximates traditional 16 lpi checkering and provides an even more secure grip. Checkered DymondWood® grips come with a mainspring housing pin cutout and are available in black or a red/black simulated wood grain pattern that looks like traditional Cocobolo wood. Resin-impregnated, laminated hardwood, DymondWood holds the 16 lpi checkering exceptionally well and is extremely resistant to impact, surface wear, and moisture. Available in traditional Double Diamond pattern, full-surface coverage, or with a unique-looking curved, smooth center section.
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SPECS: G10 fiberglass composite, dark green/black, or DymondWood, black or red/black Cocobolo-like (RB) finish. DymondWood grips available with double diamond checkering (DD), checkering with curved, smooth center panels (Curve), or full-surface checkering (Full). All models fit Government Model and Commander.