awesome idea, any pics of how this looks? i imagine you could make a custom shape grip, make it look more tailored to the p95 handle. I always through those hogue grips looked a bit generic and half finished.
Good idea, ill have to give it a try, but post a pic if thats what u did!
I took my two stainless P95 decocks with me to my gun club today... I had planned to shoot my two ARs on the rifle range but there were too many folks there so I ended up at the pistol range all by myself... put about 60 rounds though them... from 50-30 feet... not one round I fired would not have been 'center mass' if the shot had been important.
I've never felt the newer P95s, but I own a couple of the older style (one even has the old decocker lever with dog ears) and they are just too slippery for me without the innertube. I've tried the Hogue and while it feels nice it never stays tight enough.
speaking of 9mm.... I realized the other day that my .380 cal Sig kicks more than my P95... my Walther PPK is even worse... so when someone is looking for a defensive handgun and less recoil... I would go for a good size 9mm way before a compact .380
Pajuni ... I'd give a big ole +1 on the Hogue grip as well. I put one on mine shortly after I bought it and like it alot. I took it off once about a year ago to see if it really made a difference ... and at least for me, it dose (it think it's the finger grooves)!
Blume you hit the nail right on the head.When these sub and micro ccw pistols started coming out they came with a new set of handling and ammo characteristics.They are more difficult to control and many first time shooters/buyers do not always realize this.