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Old 01-27-2015, 17:26   #1
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m9a3 questions

the m9a3 has two grips, the slim, and a conversion grip to fatten it back up. Does anyone make conversion grips other than this? Cause the fat ones look like ugly plastic.
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Old 01-27-2015, 18:27   #2
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Are you speaking specifically in regards to the M9A3 or the M9/92 platform in general?
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the m9a3 has two grips, the slim, and a conversion grip to fatten it back up. Does anyone make conversion grips other than this? Cause the fat ones look like ugly plastic.
Not that I know of, at this point. Question is, if you want the "classic" style grips, why not just go with an 92A1 or M9A1?


Anyway, I'd imagine Hogue will come out with the conversion grips at some point, but it could take a while.
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Not that I know of, at this point. Question is, if you want the "classic" style grips, why not just go with an 92A1 or M9A1?


Anyway, I'd imagine Hogue will come out with the conversion grips at some point, but it could take a while.
well it would be cheaper than railed, nigt sighted, 92 stock
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Old 01-27-2015, 20:44   #5
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The gun is not even out yet, and it was said that they had a prototype at the Shot Show. No one can answer any questions about the gun, honestly. There are no accessories for the gun, because it's not even out yet.

I am sure that regular vertec grips should fit. Otherwise, you gotta wait...
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well it would be cheaper than railed, nigt sighted, 92 stock
My 92A1 was $550, plus about $100 for NS. Doubt it'll be much cheaper than that.
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the m9a3 has two grips, the slim, and a conversion grip to fatten it back up. Does anyone make conversion grips other than this? Cause the fat ones look like ugly plastic.
When I was at SHOT they only had the 2 grips on their show guns. The rep did say they might be coming out with 2 versions. One with normal barrel and sights and one with NS and threaded.
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