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Thread: Dead slick TH lam stock needs grip improvement = how? + suggestions!

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    Boolit Master
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    Dead slick TH lam stock needs grip improvement = how? + suggestions!

    Have a great new Boyds lam TH stock for my "Bestill" Omega/Brux build. (SML for those who are wondering what that is)
    Well the Boyds is very smooth in the pistol grip and forearm areas. I really like some "grip enhancement" to help hold the gun. Mostly it would be checkering but there is none. I have some ideas on possible solutions but what kind of experiences and suggestions are there? Thanks, 10ga
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    Skateboard tape as used by pistol shooters. Peel and stick after you cut it. Make up a template using an old box like chrispy critters or something similar then put the tape on that a cut. Frank

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    Talon grips come to mind. I find skateboard tape too rough for direct skin contact, but I have the Talon adhesive sandpaper grip on a Glock. They sell various precut ones as well as sheets and strips for DIY. Material comes in a rough texture and a rubberized texture.

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    I like the dimpling punch from Brownell's or a tear-drop bit with a dremmel will do nicely
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    Have someone checker. Laser will do good pattern also. Pm me if you want to talk about it more.

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    I've seen some rather nice jobs done with the sandy paint they put on steps to make them not-slippery.

    On the other hand, a pair of the tacky-palmed "work gloves" for a few bucks would be really cheap and involve no permanent modifications to the rifle...

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    What checkering is for.

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    I don't care for checkering and I live & work in the sweat capital off the U.S.A.
    Boyd's has options on laser cut checkering, initials, etc. send it back to them. My opinion only.

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