I asked Hogue to consider making grips...

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I asked Hogue to consider making grips...

Post by creature » February 19th, 2008, 5:18 pm

I recently emailed a suggestion to Hogue to consider making grips for the P64 since it the P-64 is starting to become more available and widespread.

Stan from customer service replied back...he thanked me for the suggestion but stated that Hogue has no plans to make grips for the P-64.

Dangitall. :'(

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I asked Hogue to consider making grips...

Post by torpeau » February 19th, 2008, 8:12 pm

I recently emailed a suggestion to Hogue to consider making grips for the P64 since it the P-64 is starting to become more available and widespread.
Hogue when Denes has perfected his? The Hogue grips for my P232 cost twice what Denes charged me.
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I asked Hogue to consider making grips...

Post by creature » February 20th, 2008, 2:50 pm

Does he offer a molded rubber grip? I also read about his grips cracking...and never saw a post saying this was remedied.
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I asked Hogue to consider making grips...

Post by torpeau » February 23rd, 2008, 1:42 pm

Does he offer a molded rubber grip? I also read about his grips cracking...and never saw a post saying this was remedied.
His are wood. He solved the cracking problem that various grip makers had with their P-64 grips a few months ago. There have been posts about this.
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