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Somewhere here I saw a P3AT with what looked like wooden grips. Since this would seem to be impossible, with the construction of the gun, what was I looking at? It sure looked like wood! :-?
 

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[quote author=diamond_jim link=1231984925/0#1 date=1231988226]If this is what you saw, they are   www.tractiongrips.com    got them from a LEO from GA. I really like them, great for no slip gripping, inexpensive, and easy to install.  Jim  <><

I saw them on another of your posts and left, a now redundant, message.They are still way cool.
 

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If this is what you saw, they are   www.tractiongrips.com    got them from a LEO from GA. I really like them, great for no slip gripping, inexpensive, and easy to install.  Jim  <><

I am expecting mine in the mail today. Don, at tractiongrips.com, has been extremely helpful with my order and information concerning the grips. Would highly recommend him. I am thinking about trying a wood grain look also. I'll let y'all know how it works out.
 

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Since we are talking stick ons as well as replacements, make sure you consider the uggliest thing on the market that works and feels the best ever in your hands, the agrip.  



http://www.brookstactical.com

A fuzzy warm feeling until you add just a tiny bit of pressure and moisture and then this stuff sticks like suction cups to your hands.  It's great for a concealed carry piece that getting a hold on can be difficult but that might also rub up against your skin while carrying.

-Scott
 

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[quote author=diamond_jim link=1231984925/0#1 date=1231988226]If this is what you saw, they are   www.tractiongrips.com    got them from a LEO from GA. I really like them, great for no slip gripping, inexpensive, and easy to install.  Jim  <><

I am expecting mine in the mail today.  Don, at tractiongrips.com, has been extremely helpful with my order and information concerning the grips.  Would highly recommend him. I am thinking about trying a wood grain look also.  I'll let y'all know how it works out.[/quote]

They arrived, I installed em, I like em. The end. I tried to post a picture but can't seem to get it. I have done it in the past. Don't know what is wrong. I'll keep trying.
 

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I ordered a set in the plack peble grain finnish, they also come in a black sand like finnish. You can get them in the wood grain finnish and other colors by special order. Just ordered them Friday, was told they will ship Monday so when I get them I will try to past some pics. :cool:
 

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I like the fact that they give you strips for the back of the grip and the front and under the trigger guard also. They stuck well, although I had to re-position the rear grip strip,I will see how that holds up"my fault if it does not" I havnt shot it yet but by the feal I should have more control over recoil and quicker draw from a holster...P.S. Thanks for your help Cajun  :cool:
 

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60panhead said:
Downloaded them to photobucket but I cant figure out how to get them from there to here, Yah I know duh, but any help would be appreciated. >:(
While viewing the pic in PB, hoover the cursor over the pic. Below, a drop-down list of 4 links will appear. Right click and copy the last (bottom) link. Back on ktog, right click and paste the link right into your post. It's easy. ;)
 
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