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Old 07-08-2011, 14:54   #1
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Grips

Who makes the thinnest grips ?

I have a full house C&L Hi Power and I just had it in my hand with no grips on it and it felt fantastic.

So now I want the thinnest grips possible. I would prefer non wood grips if possible.

Thanks for your help.
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Old 07-09-2011, 00:16   #2
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Who makes the thinnest grips ?

I have a full house C&L Hi Power and I just had it in my hand with no grips on it and it felt fantastic.

So now I want the thinnest grips possible. I would prefer non wood grips if possible.

Thanks for your help.
Black Navridex are the thinnest I've ever seen, and if I'm not mistaken, the thinnest available. In fact, I shot my friend's Hi Power just this morning and he has black Navridex grips on his pistol and they are amazing.

These grips are readily available from Brownells.
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Old 07-09-2011, 22:48   #3
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The Hogues on the left are pretty thin, but the Navidrex on the right are thinner.
The Browning Hi Power Club

Spegel grips are nearly as thin as the black Navidrex, but have a little shape and palm swell. If you want to spend the money they are very nice. The Navidrex are flat. The Hogue have some shape and give you some color to choose from too.

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Old 07-16-2011, 08:56   #4
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The Navs are awesome and are as thin as I would go without worrying about strength. Another very nice grip that must be mentioned are made by VZ Grip. They are thinner than oem but not as thin as the Navs. They are very very nice grips if you dont have the have the thinnest. If you must have the thinnest, go with the navs.
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Old 07-17-2011, 12:59   #5
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I am going with the Navs as soon as Brownells get's them back in stock,
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Old 07-29-2011, 08:52   #6
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I am going with the Navs as soon as Brownells get's them back in stock,
Nice choice
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I think the Navidrex grips look pretty good on an HP.

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Old 08-26-2011, 17:37   #8
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Brownell's got the thin Navidrex grips in and I got them on my Hi Power now.

It is without a doubt the best $40.00 I have ever spent. I love the way they feel.
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there's a gentleman in E-Bay called REDDOGALASKAN that has Browning wood grips,
that are thinner than the originals, nice wood too.
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Agreed. Wood is very nice.
The Browning Hi Power Club

These Spegel's are very thin and nicely shaped.
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And wood comes in lots of colors too.
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