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Old 03-20-2017, 06:21 PM   #31
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Here's mine....

M11-A1 with Hogue G-10 black/gray Piranha grips, fat trigger and a Robert Burke "Carry Action" job.

Just love the way it feels in my hand.

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Old 03-20-2017, 08:18 PM   #32
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The SRT took a little getting used to, but I really like it. Congratulations.
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Congrats on your new pistol.
A great addition, to a formidable colection.
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Congratulations on your new M11A1.
May you spend lots of $$$ on ammo and accessories enjoying it !!!!!!
I bought one in January I can't stop tinkering with it. Tack driver.
I added G10 grips, fat trigger, TFO front sight, 17 Round MecGar mags, LaserMax green rod laser and hoping that the Hearing Protection Act passes, I added a threaded barrel. I get the feeling that if it passes there will be a shortage of threaded barrels for a while, so might as well have one.
Do Hex screws come with Hogue grips?

Kinda like those over the standard slotted screws.
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Do Hex screws come with Hogue grips?

Kinda like those over the standard slotted screws.
No, Hogue sells grips and screws, separately......Check out: Optics Planet.com.

They have much better prices than Hogue, for both grips and screws.
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I've been strongly considering a M11-A1, it's an awesome gun. But today I handled one for quite some time and something about it gave me pause...on the left side of the grip where your right thumb goes, the grip has a raised "mound" because below that it's thinner. Compared it with a Legion which also has a raised spot there but it' not as drastic because the grip is thicker below. This hump caused me to have to think about how I was gripping it rather than it just being a natural fit to me. Has anyone else experienced this?

I also compared it with the single stack 225-A1, and that actually felt more natural. I have medium large hands; my fingers reach over an octive on a piano. In any event, I'm sure a grip replacement would do the trick if I decide to go the M11 route, but I'm just wondering if anyone else experiences it this way.
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I've been strongly considering a M11-A1, it's an awesome gun. But today I handled one for quite some time and something about it gave me pause...on the left side of the grip where your right thumb goes, the grip has a raised "mound" because below that it's thinner. Compared it with a Legion which also has a raised spot there but it' not as drastic because the grip is thicker below. This hump caused me to have to think about how I was gripping it rather than it just being a natural fit to me. Has anyone else experienced this?

I also compared it with the single stack 225-A1, and that actually felt more natural. I have medium large hands; my fingers reach over an octive on a piano. In any event, I'm sure a grip replacement would do the trick if I decide to go the M11 route, but I'm just wondering if anyone else experiences it this way.
Easy to swap grips on them if you find something else that you like better than the stock grip panels.
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Do Hex screws come with Hogue grips?

Kinda like those over the standard slotted screws.
No you have to buy them. I do not like the Houge hex screws. If you take them off often, the metal is too soft and the hex will strip.
I use Sigs Grip Screw #4. They are torxs head screws. I also like their looks better.
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