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Thread: Magpul EHG SG9 (SIG P320 Grips)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSGlock34 View Post
    Not sure what the Magpul product is actually offering here to differentiate itself from the pack? $10 cheaper MSRP from OEM?
    To be fair to the Magpul product developers and marketing team, there is a large segment of handgun owners that line up to save $10 on Glock magazines that don't function as well as OEM magazines. Might as well tap into that Sig owner revenue stream as well.

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    To change gears and say something positive, one thing I like the looks of with this module is it appears the grip is somewhat reminiscent in shape to the HK USP grip, which I like quite a bit. Simple rectangular shape. No excessive grooves or contours. Based on appearances alone, I think it might make for a nice shooter.

    In my opinion, many of the factory modules have too round of a grip shape. Give me a rectangle, and indexing is easy. Give me a circle and the consistency starts to drop off. The Wilson modules, while I like a lot about them, have too narrow of a backstrap. That leads to an odd feeling like they were trying to mimic that 1911 single stack feel while losing the benefits of a wide contact patch that would normally be possible in a double stack. This Magpul EHG looks like it might split the difference quite nicely. I'll be buying one to try out with my P250.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig_Fiend View Post
    To change gears and say something positive, one thing I like the looks of with this module is it appears the grip is somewhat reminiscent in shape to the HK USP grip, which I like quite a bit. Simple rectangular shape. No excessive grooves or contours. Based on appearances alone, I think it might make for a nice shooter.

    In my opinion, many of the factory modules have too round of a grip shape. Give me a rectangle, and indexing is easy. Give me a circle and the consistency starts to drop off. The Wilson modules, while I like a lot about them, have too narrow of a backstrap. That leads to an odd feeling like they were trying to mimic that 1911 single stack feel while losing the benefits of a wide contact patch that would normally be possible in a double stack. This Magpul EHG looks like it might split the difference quite nicely. I'll be buying one to try out with my P250.
    Agree with all of the above

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    I find the idea of the Magpul grip texture from their AR grips on a handgun interesting. I'd be curious how that feels and it might be an interesting addition to the market. They may also have a different take on the polymer blend used in the frame that could something to try. If they come out with a Glock frame I might buy one out of curiosity. I'm a bit of a Sig hater so the chances of me getting hands on this one are slim to none.

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    I'm new to the P320 and found the P80 grips on sale ($35 plus shipping, still on sale). So far I love it, definitely blocky.

    I have a Sig fullsize and compact, both of which are ergonomic but do feel small-ish.


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