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just got a hogue slip on grip for my P99. it was a little big so i trimmed the bottom up a bit. but its is very comfortable, and helps with recoil.
Ill post pics upon request..
 

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I'm always interested in what other people do to the gun that I will own someday- especially when those people know alot more about guns than I do.
 

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here is a quick pic...........i did some trimming around the bottom of the grip.........maybe a bit too much.........hehehee
 

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Thanks for the pic!
 

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hahah thats a good idea!!! hadnt thought of that.
the more i look at this Hogue grip the less i like it. it feels pretty good, but it might have to go. just breaks up the beauty of the gun!!!!
 

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I just put one a 1st gen Sigma 40c...it has no raised surface waht so ever, not like the P99...it needed something. I have not found, for me anyway, that the P99 needs this.
 

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I don't see the need for a slip on grip either. I'm used to slick (pine I think) wood grips on my old S&W so the P99 is textured enough for me.
 

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i actually just put a patchmeyer (spelling?) grip on my P99 and had it there for about a week. I took it off because it added too much to the grip and it no longer had the 'poured into my hand' feel that the bare grip has. I may try the small patches of griptape strategically placed for comfort without compromising the look.
I also found that I did not have a need for any kind of grip until I started into the warmer weather, and now my hand gets real slick after a few rounds. Whether I find a fix or not, I will not let a small thing such as this effect my feelings towards this incredible piece of machinery


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I recently did the innertube thing, which is nice because you can choose the width. The only thing is, at least with the tube I bought, it has a bit of a sticky feel to it, which was annoying. That decreased after one usage so maybe it will go away, we'll see. If you do this buy one for a skinny-tire (10-speed type).
 
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