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Posted: 8/23/2017 4:01:21 AM EDT
I'm really trying to get an idea on how this compares to the normal stipple pattern.  The most aggressive grip I have is on my Nighthawk Custom T3 and it really digs in allowing a secure grip on the firearm.  This is what I prefer.  My other pistols all have Talon grips installed.  

I've reached out to Agency regarding this question and their only response is that it's "more aggressive."  Yeah, I get it, it's aggressive.  

Does anyone have their own experience with it?  Thoughts and opinions would be great.  

Thanks,
Brian
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 7:57:28 AM EDT
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I asked Aaron Cowan of Sage Dynamics how aggressive it was.

His reply was "extremely".

I don't know anyone else that has one.
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 8:58:18 AM EDT
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How did you contact him?  His YouTube channel has kept me busy on this deployment lol.
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 11:14:26 AM EDT
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How did you contact him?  His YouTube channel has kept me busy on this deployment lol.
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Yeah, love his videos.

I asked him on Facebook. He's a member on a group I admin.
Link Posted: 8/25/2017 1:28:53 AM EDT
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My buddy is getting a 19 done up in the new stipple pattern.  IMO, most of the patterns out there are not aggressive enough.  It's better to go aggressive, and take it down a little.  Hard to go the other way.  I'd opt for this texture too if I could have done it again.
Link Posted: 8/27/2017 9:45:21 AM EDT
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My buddy is getting a 19 done up in the new stipple pattern.  IMO, most of the patterns out there are not aggressive enough.  It's better to go aggressive, and take it down a little.  Hard to go the other way.  I'd opt for this texture too if I could have done it again.
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^^ this. I always opt for the most aggressive pattern. Worst case is I hit the sides with some 800 grit sandpaper extremely lightly and leave the front and back alone so it doesn't eat me while carrying.
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