I searched this topic before posting, but couldn’t find anything discussed in regard to these specific grips. I’m considering adding them to a Kimber Micro 9. Has anyone here had any experience with these grips with the red laser? Has anyone compared these to a Crimson Trace approach (price point aside)? I have rather large hands but from what I’ve read these Hogue grips are helpful for seating the pistol quickly from a holster draw. I’m curious about people’s experience with them and any thoughts on the laser as well. Thanks in advance for any input.
I have a Hogue grip for my Glock 19 and I like it very much. I can grip the firearm much better with it on. Without the grip, the firearm is slippery when your hand gets wet or sweaty. Its cheap but worth the money.
When I said it’s cheap. I meant the price and not the quality. LOL
Lol- I understood where you were going with “cheap”- no worries. Any issues with the laser at all? Thanks for the input.
My experience has been the larger the handgun, the better for grips. I can’t speak on the laser portion, as I haven’t owned a laser grip yet, but I’ve had a few grips from Hogue. I have one on a larger Ruger that is great; it felt like I was firing a different more accurate weapon. I also tried a Hogue grip on my P365…not good. I have considered a Crimson Trace for the Ruger, but the price tag is a bit up there for me when it’s more of a “kept in the safe” gun and not my EDC. I’d be interested in seeing what others have to say.
I don’t have the lazer but have 4 Hogue grips. Can’t go wrong with them on AR’s and 1911’s
I had one on my Kimber but with missing a digit from my finger reaching around the grip to turn it on was impossible. It worked great though other than that. You have to make sure your hand position does not interfere with the laser light. With the wrong hand position you can block the laser with the two handed grip.