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kodiak said:
My opinion is as long as it improves your handling, thats all that matters. Shoot it then make up your mind. You might just be too used to seeing the grip bare. Talons look just like that.
I have never used grips before so it is very different from what I'm used to. I just seem to have gripping problems with the 27. Has to do with the extra recoil because I can shoot the 26 without issues. I really think this should help tho. I will findout this weekend!
 

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I've got Talon grips on my G26 Gen 4. I first heard of them from watching hickok45 on YouTube. If you've never seen his videos, check em out, they're awesome! Very informative! I bought the granulate grips first, but they were too rough against my skin. I've got the rubber ones on there now and I love em!
 

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I put the Talon rubber grips on my G23G4 & G27G4 they seemed ok. After a while I took them off. They say they don't leave behind a sticky mess.. YEAH RIGHT PITA.. Still picking **** off a week after removing them. But they did help on my 27 just got tired of the look.
 

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Falcon grips suck plain and simple. Spend the extra 10$ and get Talon.

My experience with them is one the fit isn't nearly as good as talons. Second the adhesive isn't as strong mine started coming loose in the finger groves.
 

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A tip on how to get adhesive grips to stay on:
After putting the grips on put the frame in a zip-lock bag, wrap the grip area over the bag with electrical tape pulling the tape as you wrap it tightly. Let it sit over night or longer, use scissors to cut the bag off and the tape will come off with it.
 
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