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    I'm the OPie of this thread Irving's Avatar
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    Do they leave a residue on the gun or something? For under $20 it doesn't seem like it'd be too risky to just buy some and try them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irving View Post
    Do they leave a residue on the gun or something?
    I've removed a couple of them. Thought maybe I'd have to clean up some goo with some rubbing alcohol or whatever. Nope. They came off clean. Maybe I just got lucky.

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    When I replaced my rubberized one with the sandpaper one, the old one came off perfectly clean after a quick wipedown with rubbing alcohol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by esizer View Post
    Over the last few years I've seen Talon grips become insanely popular and it has me thinking I might give them a try.

    I've handled a few handguns with Talon grips...but never fired one with them on. Are they worth it? They seemed very abrasive but I've read that there are a few varieties out there.
    My guns typically either have wood grips or talon grips depending on what the gun is. Love the rubberized version. Not sure why you would want to be shooting with sandpaper rubbing your hands but it takes all kinds.

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