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I know the closest fit available may be for the Glock but has anyone tried it on their P99? If so what were the results? Did you keep it or take it back?
 

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Well, this is the first day with it on and it really feels great! My point seems to be more natural and much more quick. I haven't been to the range yet and may not be for a week or more. They also make one that appears to be for a compact, I might try that one as well just to judge the fit and feel but this seems to be an improvement in comfort and sight acquisition.
 

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I use a hogue slip on grip--don't have the model number right now, but I think it was made for a glock.

The rubber slip on fits very tight.........and I trimmed mine at the bottom of the grip where the lanyard hole is. The polymer grip dives in at this point and the rubber slip on did not conform to this shape---so I just trimmed around it.

I love mine ! It adds a slight palm swell to the pistol grip and provides a nice anti-slip grip. That was my major concern with these molded polymer grips, because during the summer months my hands would sweat and my grip would tend to slip.
Not anymore with this rubber grip. It has stayed in place very nicely.

I would urge that everyone give this a try---- mine only cost $12. Do the trimming thing and you will be happy with the fit.



My P-99 Houge grip

JF.
 

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Havent really though of the Hogue, but have considered the A-Grip panels. While I like the facroty texturing, it could be a bit coarser so to speak.
 

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Yes, I have heard the combination of the Hogue and A-Grip is unbeatable. Unfortunately I haven't been able to find the A-Grip in Albuquerque yet.
 
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