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Tim151515
07-03-2012, 17:11
For my I would have to give the award(as far as the guns I have held) to the HKp30(even though it is FUUUUGLY), though I do have to take some points away for the mag release. Not that its bad, Im just personally not used to it. I would have to give a number two to a browning hi power...and a number 3 to my favorite gun of all time, a CZ75. The CZ being the only one of these I own...but I have held the HK and shot the Browning, and they are like gloves. What say you?

12131
07-03-2012, 17:49
Agree with the HK P30. Also, the PPQ is about the same.
Other great ergo grips for me: CZ 75 compacts, Sig P225.

NeverMore1701
07-03-2012, 18:03
I'm still convinced that my future self went back in time to help the folks at Beretta design the 92's grip. It's like it was made for me.

detsgt696
07-03-2012, 18:12
Definitely P30

Bro KV
07-03-2012, 18:15
P228!!

ranger1968
07-03-2012, 18:19
CZ-82; it feels like I established the perfect grip, and they poured a pistol into my hand....I know a lot of other people who feel the same way.:cool:

Tim151515
07-03-2012, 18:25
CZ-82; it feels like I established the perfect grip, and they poured a pistol into my hand....I know a lot of other people who feel the same way.:cool:

speaking of that, I have been looking very hard at adding either a walther, mak, or cz82 to my collection. I just think they are nice looking little guns.

427
07-03-2012, 19:15
Of all the handguns I own, the 1911 HiPower, Cz82 and the Cz75, they are the only ones that still have the factory grips.

Comedian
07-03-2012, 19:20
P30 is great, but I'm one of the few that really loves the way a Glock 17 feels in my hands.

Swamprattler
07-03-2012, 19:33
H&k p30.

Gregg702
07-03-2012, 20:01
I really like the E2 grips on my P226 E2.

12131
07-03-2012, 20:07
P228!!
It would be, when fitted with the Hogue Extreme grips. Most of my P228s wear them, now. :cool:

raven11
07-03-2012, 20:11
P228 standard grips are perfection to my hands

ranger1968
07-03-2012, 20:28
speaking of that, I have been looking very hard at adding either a walther, mak, or cz82 to my collection. I just think they are nice looking little guns.

Get the 82; you can get one on a C&R license for around $215, and they are a bit more modern and practical than the Mak's and the PPK's; 9x18 is a lot hotter than .380 for defensive purposes, and the 82 has ambi controls , including dual frame-mounted mag release buttons instead of an older style heel mag release for much quicker and smoother reloading; it also has good sights and a double stack 12 round magazine , and both the double and single triggers are glass-smooth.

I have 3 of them and they are all outstanding pistols, and a great value.

And they feel soooooo good in the hand.

The Retired Sarge
07-03-2012, 20:33
Heckler & Koch P30. Nothing ugly about that finely engineered pistol and the magazine release is superb once you train with it. Bill

dnuggett
07-03-2012, 20:36
Current production.. it's hard to beat the PPQ or Sig's E2 on the 226/9.

Now on grip angle alone.. easily the 1911. YMMV.

Cambo
07-03-2012, 20:57
1. Browning Hi Power
2. CZ 75

SouthpawG26
07-03-2012, 21:32
CZ75. By quite a long way, actually.

oldnoob
07-03-2012, 22:10
Browning Hi Power.

countrygun
07-03-2012, 22:20
CZ -75 for me, although i am dancing around waiting for my pair of 82s to arrive.

Sheepdog Scout
07-03-2012, 22:35
CZ -75 for me, although i am dancing around waiting for my pair of 82s to arrive.

CZ75 for me as well.

Coincidentally, I'm picking up an 82 from my pusher tomorrow morning.:supergrin:

cowboy1964
07-03-2012, 22:44
As good as the P30 is the Sig P229 E2 is better. That thing is unbelievable, even if it isn't adjustable. It has like a softness to it that is hard to describe, besides that it just fits so well (at least for me).

Also the full size M&P is very good. In fact I think overall I prefer it to the P30.

Lior
07-04-2012, 00:30
The most ergonomic gun grips are to be found on "free pistols", i.e. single shot .22LR pistols designed for shooting at 50 meter Olympic targets. Morini provides a good example here:
http://www.morini.ch/fotoart/70.jpg

TxGun
07-04-2012, 00:50
1. Browning Hi Power
2. CZ 75

Agree.

BIGBOY61
07-04-2012, 02:36
My Ed Brown 1911 has the best ergo grip of any handgun that I have owned.

I love my Glocks, but the 1911 overshadows them all in the grip department.

Cambo
07-04-2012, 06:22
Agree.

:thumbsup:

L Pete
07-04-2012, 09:08
High Power with really thin grip panels......to me....Perfect

Nakanokalronin
07-04-2012, 10:06
The 1911 with a flat MSH has always been my favorite grip design.

I have to admit though, the S&W M&P semi-auto line has by far the most perfect feeling grip designed for the human hand.

hogship
07-04-2012, 11:00
The Pachmayr Gripper turns just about any revolver into an ergonomic feel:
http://pic50.picturetrail.com/VOL431/781008/1401653/393003082.jpg

Sgt127
07-04-2012, 11:07
Sig P225...for me, possibly the best feeling handgun ever designed.
Kahr K series and T series.
1911 with thin panels.

I've played with an HK P30. Noy enough for a definitive answer, but, it may be in the top three.

countrygun
07-04-2012, 11:11
The Pachmayr Gripper turns just about any revolver into an ergonomic feel:
http://pic50.picturetrail.com/VOL431/781008/1401653/393003082.jpg

HAHAHA that is almost identical to one of my rigs but I use 2 six round carriers and speedloader. I carry two types of ammo.

English
07-04-2012, 12:21
Amazing that no one has mentioned the Steyr M1 A series. I find that the most ergonomic grip I have experienced. I have quite large and long hands but many with small hands say the same thing - especially for a double stack magazine auto pistol.

English

TexAg
07-04-2012, 13:15
Remington 51.

Bren
07-04-2012, 13:26
Browning Hi Power. No and/or, just that one.

Haldor
07-04-2012, 13:59
I know this is going to sound strange, but I have never had a gun that fits my hand better than my Glock G26. I base this on drawing from the holster, virtually every other pistol I have tried this with ends up not being in exactly the right place in my hand after the draw, the G26 always does. And I don't use any kind of grip extender, I let my little finger curl up under the butt of the gun.

I can shoot tighter groups with my G17 and my S&W Model 29 if I take the time to adjust them in my grip, but shooting immediately after a draw from the holster the G26 outshoots them every time.

My Ruger Mark II with Hogue grips comes in second. It shoots tighter groups after a bit of adjustment, but is not bad even without adjustment.

I have really big hands and didn't expect the subcompact Glock to fit me so well.

clancy
07-04-2012, 13:59
My Luger has about the most ergonomic grip of any handgun I have ever held.

226324

Coastal
07-04-2012, 20:45
Small hands guy here...may favorites are:

H&K P30
1911 with VZ grips and flat MSH
S&W M&P40
Ruger GP100 with original-style grips


I'd have to give honourable mention to the HK45, S&W K-frame Hogues, and the SIG P226 grip version immediately before the E2 series (I find the E2 lowers my grip too far)

countrygun
07-04-2012, 21:03
Remington 51.


The 51 set th standard and influenced a lot of later guns. I heard an unverified story about how Pederson came up with the design.

deguelo
07-08-2012, 13:21
Amazing that no one has mentioned the Steyr M1 A series. I find that the most ergonomic grip I have experienced. I have quite large and long hands but many with small hands say the same thing - especially for a double stack magazine auto pistol.

English

+1, english

Stevekozak
07-08-2012, 14:31
As very odd as this is, the gun grip that absolutely fits best in my hand is that of my Sig 232. I don't know why. You would never guess it by looking at it, but it just does.:dunno:

gocubs6
07-08-2012, 19:14
For my I would have to give the award(as far as the guns I have held) to the HKp30(even though it is FUUUUGLY), though I do have to take some points away for the mag release. Not that its bad, Im just personally not used to it. I would have to give a number two to a browning hi power...and a number 3 to my favorite gun of all time, a CZ75. The CZ being the only one of these I own...but I have held the HK and shot the Browning, and they are like gloves. What say you?


You already said it. CZ 75 series. My P01 fits like no other handgun and I have a 228, a 226, a 1911, and XDM. I like the 228 and XDM as well, but that P01 is just perfection in the grip department.

Berto
07-08-2012, 19:21
In pistols, BHP.
Revolver, K frame (SQ), with Tyler insert.

unit1069
07-08-2012, 23:36
Amazing that no one has mentioned the Steyr M1 A series. I find that the most ergonomic grip I have experienced. I have quite large and long hands but many with small hands say the same thing - especially for a double stack magazine auto pistol.

English

I agree. I owned a Steyr M9-A1 and traded it for a Steyr S9-A1. Both are the most stock ergonomic handguns I've held and both shoot like a dream.

My Ruger Mark II with Hogue grips comes in second.

And here I agree also. The Mark II 6 7/8" barrel pistol I have was very nice stock but with the Hogue grips it's nothing short of fantastic.