"Pre-Order" - Meaning no one has had a hand on them, yet. Or, even seen them.
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As I figured. Was hoping that someone from Hogue might be hanging around the forum."Pre-Order" - Meaning no one has had a hand on them, yet. Or, even seen them.
This is the grip you are describing from Spaulding Composites Incorporated (SCI)...I'm thinking they may be similar to the grips that came on some of the 226 sao and classic carry carry 226s. I believe those grips were made by a company named SCI? I thought they were great grips.
Inverse perhaps meaning the checkering is raised as opposed as recessed into body of the grips. Similar to the chain link grips they currently sell.
Using my simple powers of deduction that is all I can come up with.
What has me wondering is that they have regular checkering listed, inverse checkering, and piranha listed. Very interested in how these will be in shape as opposed to the texture, given they already have piranha and checkered.
Also, would inverse piranha look like raised fish scales?
I'll be keeping an eye on these.
I'll ask Ken @ Hogue over the Green site. Hopefully, he will divulge something. Or, maybe they don't have anything concrete, yet, and just some drawings.As I figured. Was hoping that someone from Hogue might be hanging around the forum.
What I found interesting was a model listed as an "inverse checkered." Not sure what that means but has me wondering.
Thank you very much.This the response from Ken.
"Yes, this is a new change/offering.
Here is a sample of the GMascus Green textured.
These grips have a slight palm swell as you can kind of see it due to the layer of the laminate.
The pic's above could also have the palm-swell, just with a different texture pattern. This too also shows the new texture design.
Sorry, but currently this is the only picture I can get my hands on. Anyone going to NRA, I'm told there will be a sample on display."