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Old 04-07-2017, 03:06 PM   #16
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I'm considering purchasing the G10 checkered grips for my p229. I like my E2 grips but those green G10 checkered grips look [email protected] Has anyone switched from the E2's to the G10 checkered and if so are they similar in profile/width? The E2's are comfortable for my hand and I don't want grips that are wider. Any advice is appreciated!
I have a set of P226 and P229 G10 checkered grips coming from a forum member so I'll provide feedback when they arrive, but with my previous experience the profile of the G10 is similar to the E2 with a slightly thicker feel because the shape isnt as sculpted. I will say, to me the E2's do make the pistol feel a little 'hollow' as I heard someone else describe it. To me, the G10 grips give the gun a very solid, high end feel.
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I ended up ordering the Sig G10 piranha grips. I guess if i dont like them i can always go back .
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I ended up ordering the Sig G10 piranha grips. I guess if i dont like them i can always go back .
Piranhas rock!
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All My SIGs Wear G10s

Those are great looking grips you posted the link of.

Just finished customizing the logo grips I got from CDNN for the 227.

Hogue G10s are the best grip I've ever used in decades of shooting.
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I ended up ordering the Sig G10 piranha grips. I guess if i dont like them i can always go back
I ordered the Piranhas for my 229 originally, too abrasive for EDC. It would be easy to sand them a little, but they provide some serious grip.

Installed them on an M11-A1 (range fun gun). Perfect!

Bought checkered for all the rest.
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Has anyone switched from the E2's to the G10 checkered and if so are they similar in profile/width?
I swapped E2s for G10s on a 227 and a 226. In my opinion the Hogues can't be beat for grip and ergonomics.

I think the profile is more like classic 2-pc. SIG grips.
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I swapped E2s for G10s on a 227 and a 226. In my opinion the Hogues can't be beat for grip and ergonomics.

I think the profile is more like classic 2-pc. SIG grips.
I just finished cutting down a set of magwell G10's for my 227 as well. I'm waiting for grip screw bushings to arrive so I can try it out! I can't decide on the length-I left them a little long but I think will endup shorting them a little more.
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Well, I still like the black and grey G10's and eventually I'll get a set for my 226SSE but for now, thanks to RUT I have added 2 sets of G10's to my collection.

Obligatory pic of my G10's, the new additions are to my M11A1 and P226 nitron.
edit-Wow, there are a lot of nitron guns with black grips in that picture, family pic added for diversity.
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The Cool Hand grips are available on Amazon, if you prefer not to use that auction site.

Someone buy a set and post a review.
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well those are beautiful....love this G10 material...never had a set....i normally love wood grips.....looks like i will be looking for a set now
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I took the E2's off my P220 SAS carry and installed the G10 checkered grips after trading a member for the blk/grey Piranhas that I had ordered from Sig. I did not like the look and feel of the Piranhas however the checkered G10's look and feel great. The G10 checkered grips are very similar to he Legion grips.

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