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Stan_the_HitMan Thursday, August 5th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year13 of 17 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Dye sticky grips
Armotech rubber grips
Split grips
spyder rubber grips
Grip plates
Marker Setup: Pro-Team m98 sniper
Ricochet AK hopper
Evil Death hold grips
M16 raise forward sight
sling
Zeus G2
Dye sticky 3 grips
Pmi Trracer with forward cocking handle grip.
Dye invision 03 mask
Rps Advantage Jersey
Strengths: Most comfertable grip avalible
Almost eliminates slip factor
Weaknesses: Has been know n to rip
only avalible to .45 frames
Review: DYE STICKY 3'S:

AFFORDABILITY: When i got mine way back in the day it was 40 something plus tax Canadian, which lead to a grand total of 80 bucks, it was the very first shipment and i was first in line at paintball city Toronto...i was very stupid, i could have gotten them off ebay for a quarter of that price.

RUMORS: People have said in the past that dye sticky 3's are prone to ripping. and to contradict this people have said it was only the first batch that ripped. well i got me a pair from the first batch and used them frequently over the past year and no ripping, a bit of frayed edges but no rips. this may be from repetitive stress on a larger than 45 frame. this would most defiantly cause them to rip, but in the warranty that would be your fault. and it should be if your to ignorant to use it for what its supposed to be used for: a true 45 frame.

FEEL: These are hands down the most comfortable grip available to date. if your an officer you can order grips similar to these for your handguns in the military or police force. after repetitive use they start to molt to the contours or your figures giving you a better hold. Also there is full palm saport to top it off, although you will have to remove your bottomline to attach them, but who cares it only takes a minute or two.

COMPARED TO: There are no other grips to compare these too accept other sticky grips, rubber grips and grip plates are just not on the level. these are more comfortable than their predecessors the sticky and basic sticky. THE sticky 3's are much more comfortable and sticky than any other grip you will find.

DISADVANTAGES:Only minor things like you have to remove you bottom line for installation, there are bad rumors, and only available to 45 frames. nothing serious.

ADVANTAGES: MOST COMFORTABLE GRIP AND IT GIVES YOU THE BEST HOLD. And if that wasn't enough you get dye costumer service if anything goes wrong. Ans the rumor that when you pick up a gun with these on them and it feels like you become one with the gun is true.

GRIP SLIP FACTOR: i am yet to have these slip, i have had grease, paint, water, and blood on these and they haven't slipped an inch, they are pretty much un-slipable, they kind of mold into your skin creating an anti slip factor. hence sticky.

WHERE TO FIND: i got mine at paintball city, online stores should have them to, but don't expect the armature basement store down the street to have them, these things are top of the line.

Conclusion: OVER ALL: Best grip you can get if you have a 45 from, i suggest putting them on a pistole to give you more control because of pistole's give more recoil and can be held with one hand and people tend to swing them when turning potentially turning them into a lethal projectile if they were to slip... THe Dye sticky 3's have both style and dye quality. 10-the best.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, October 1st, 2004 at 5:49 am PST
 

Review Comments
Saturn Rocket Tuesday, June 21st, 2005 | 9:12 pm PST

You don't have to remove your bottom line to install them.
   

Stan the HitMan Wednesday, June 22nd, 2005 | 8:59 am PST
yes you do, unless you cut them
   

gaston gavrage Tuesday, February 6th, 2007 | 1:58 pm PST
you dont have to remove the bottom line if you have the stickies for e-spyders because theres no back on them, if there was a back it would cover the recharge port and the mode switch button
   

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