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Hard to believe but, 20 cents worth of grip tape from my local hardware store has been one of the best modifications I've made.
This one gets beat like a rented mule, and yet it's as reliable and accurate as any I've had.
 

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Looks good. I have done that to several guns in the past , works great too!
 

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Hey Gman26, you may have to use a dremel or a needle file to make a little clearance for the safety. No worries, the Dymondwood works up really nice and easy.
Of all the grips I've tried, these feel the best to me. Good luck
 

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This is what I have on my gun. Found it in a trash can at work = free. Made from a grooved suede-like sheet. Soft touch with pretty positive grip. Also applied a small piece to the bottom of the grip safety. I know it is a wrong color but I kind of likey.
 

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