cushy grips

Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by FightDesigner, Sep 23, 2005.

  1. FightDesigner

    FightDesigner New Member

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    Anybody else tried a soft rubber grip sleeve on their Steyr? I had one for a while... made it more comfy than it was before, but I took it off after the last trip to the range. General trend seemed to be that I was shooting a little low and to the left, which one of those diagnostic target things said was probably a result of squeezing the grip with the rest of the fingers while pulling the trigger. I'm thinking that might be a byproduct of the cushy grip, since I wasn't doing that with my Browning Buckmark .22, which had stiffer grips and a gentler feel (so less need to 'hang on' I suppose).

    Haven't been back to the range yet to test this theory (too poor), but anybody else tried putting aftermarket grip options on their M or S series?

    Shame you can't just swap them out, the way you could with a 1911 or Beretta or something.

    Not worth the extra couple hundred to upgrade to the MA1 grip though.
     
  2. Auburn

    Auburn New Member

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    I have them on both of my Steyrs and really like the improved feel.
     

  3. FlaChef

    FlaChef Guest

    Low left is also frequently trigger finger placement. You want the pad of your finger in contact w/ trigger, not tip or joint.

    I like my houge handall because it fills my palm a little better, but I dislike the spacing of the finger grooves. I've taken it off and put it back on a number of times, it slips around a bit now from being removed and installed too many times.