WGP 2k1 vf autococker, 14" stiffi, wgp hinge, hybrid grip panel, shock tech drop w/ on/off, pmi 88/3000, ans 3-way, and cp reg, red halo b.
Very sexy. nice color and great cosmetic upgrade
none unless ur a fan of the wrap around grips.
these panels are great. they give ur gun a uniqe look and provide excellent gripping. i like these as oppose to wrap arounds bc of the way my hand is positioned so these grips are for me. the more comfortable ur hand position the higher rae of fire u can achive.
these grips, like anyother, can only offer u a certain level of comfort. but these grips also offer +'s on the cosmetic side making ur gun look great.
definetly a 10. they are better then any stock grip and they fit my style.
All kinds of grips from wood to metal to rubber, etc.
Halo B with Victory Board, Rip Drive
68/4500 screw-in tank
Very slick looking, deep texture, steel reinforced
If water gets inside, the steel reinforcement could rust and cause separation.
I have a pair of the "Contract Killer" panel grips. Great looking grips. I can hold on to my marker even with a hand coated in bunker sludge.
The stock grips that came on my Empire timmy appear to be manufactured using the same materials. The previous owner had complained that the LCD window in the grips became difficult to see through, so he cut it out with an xacto knife. This made it easier to read the LCD screen, but it also exposed the steel plate inside the grips. After a while the plate began to rust, which caused the outer rubber layer to begin to separate.
I don't think this will be a problem with these grips as long as you don't cut on them.
I havent experienced any "yellowing" of the LCD window yet, but only time will tell. All of my clear Dye stickies (and even the clear jewel on the black stickies) turned yellow in contact with sweaty hands over time, so we'll see. This won't be a problem for timmy owners with the old clamshells, or anyone who uses the regular (no window) grips.
Another possible drawback is the added weight introduced by the steel reinforcement. It's only a few grams, and I don't even notice it, but it is there, nonetheless.
I give 'em a 9 for fantastic look and feel. They make me want to go out and buy a real 1911 .45 acp just so I can dress it up with a pair of these babies. Great looking grips.
Feel (wow), Looks, price, Company!
I infact do not have the shizzles. I have the Contract Killer grips which is the same thing, except a different design.
These are the hottest grips ever made. As with all "Hybrid" Products, they always come in nice little plastic boxes. You will open the box and notice how nice the grips are. The rubber has a nice feel, the design is amazing, they make any gun look very custom. The inside of the grips are "lined" with a metal plate so that they stay firm. (Nice design) The fact that there so cheap, Only $20, who the hell wouldn't get these? The don't make frame(s) fat like most wrap around and other grips.
There are no flaws in this product.
Amazing product, great price, great looks, feel, Not to mention "Hybrid" is sick. One of the hottest companies right now!
Hard to clean
Allows screws to come in too far
Wrap arounds can tear
These shizzle panelz grips are probably the MOST eye appealing grips out there. but just cuz they look good, doesnt really mean that its highest-quality. i got just for the looks....;-). the good things about these grips really are just the looks...thats about it. it comes in many varieities and are a little more comfortable than the stock grips. fits better too. if you manage to get hit right on the grip panels (which i have once), its very hard to clean out the ridges that make out the design. these grips also allow the grip screws on certain guns to screw in too far if you're not careful. this can cause damage to the solenoid and/or battery if the screw is right above it. the wrap around .45 grips can tear at the wrap around part of the grips, though it wont tear all the way...its very noticable. at $26 a piece...its a bit pricy for just grips...
If you're just goin for the looks...by all means get it cuz it just looks sexy. just dont expect anything else out of it.
Tippman 98 custom,
Look good. Nice colours. Better then stock.
Not very stiff, warps against the frame.
I have owned a few styles of these grips and over all I have been pleased with them. They can add sizzel to an otherwise plain looking marker.
The material inside begins to seperate from the rubber. The rubber on mine where it wraps around the grip cracked on my one pair. You have to fuss with them a little to sit flat against the body of your marker.
They are finally coming out with some new styles to choose from. Seemed for a while all you could get was the lady or grenade grips and a few others ... :) Now they have close to 20 differnt styles to choose from so you have a chance of picking a grip only a few others have.
These are decent grips.
If your want to customize your marker these are good grips to consider.
I give it a 7 because the comfort is no better then stock and they warp rather easily and stick off from the frame. Also durability is a factor. They crack and seperate from the metal inside the grip. I'd give it an 8 but when I look at my broken grips.... I just feel like giving it a 7.
EDIT : Maybe I just have bad luck, but my hybrid camo grips are seperating from the metal plate they have inside the panel, These are the new ones I bought to replace the old ones that did the same thing. Another grey contract killer grip I own is split where it wraps around the frame. I am giving this a 1 untill I contact hybrid and get this resolved. Both of these grips are mint. The hybrid camo grips still have those little rubber ridges that normally wear off after a weak of using them.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, September 2nd, 2006 at 12:49 pm PST
Gen E Matrix LCD
Tadao version 5 with Musashi 5.0 chip
Evolve Gold V1 Bolt Kit
Hybrid Bruce Lee grips
Custom Products 14" .689 Barrel
Custom Products Grip Regulator
Custom Products Razor Drop
Custom Products ASA Adapter
Custom Products Bearing Trigger
Custom Products Snatch Grip
AKA SCM 3
Crossfire 68/4500 Blue
Halo B with Rip Drive
CCM No Rise Clamp
First off I upped my Matrix from a LCD board to the Tadao V5 with Musashi 5 chip, so right off the bat I needed a LED windowed grip...looked into the DYE but wasn't to thrill about them...went online to Compulsive Paintball and they advertised the new Hybrid Bruce Lee grips...I had to have them...when my Tadao was installed the LED worked fine with the LED window of the grip...only complaint that isn't important because it varies from person to person...the grip feels to bulky...but the Matrix frame/grip is already bulky...
Cheap, good looking and is needed for a LED setup then I suggest you get it...
Sexy, lol, different texture than most, so it's more grippy.
They're made of rubber?
I just got these grips for my birthday, and they rock. They look amazing on my gun, and in my opinion, they feel great in the hand. I like them more than others because of the material they're made of feels like it's "sticking" to your hands. They're only downfall is the part that wraps around to coneect the two grips, the rubber is somewhat thin, so your ring and pinky fingers can squish that part in a bit.
Overall, these look sweet on your gun and i love theyre texture.
nitro duck compressed air tank
hybrid shizzle grip
trinity sick bolt
NDZ saw trigger
Thin, so screws can easily reach board
Got this from my local pro shop, i loved it at first site..and first game. Was comfortable, made from soft plastic, wrap all the was around grip so it was perfect in my opinion. Not much more can be said, have had it a little less then a month, no problems yet. Another great product from hybrid!
A nice little grip, and for only 20$, you cant go wrong buying this grip!
NDZ S-treme Trigger
Lucky 15 Barrel Kit
Hybrid CK Grips
Eclipse Purge ASA
68/45 ACI Bulldog Tank
Empire Reloader B
They are thin.
They look cool.
They are not that comfortable if you are not wearing gloves.
I bought these grips back in December and they are a decent improvement over the stock on grips. Before I got these grips i had some trouble fully wrapping my hand around my gripframe because the stock grips were a little big for my small hands. So anyway these grips are much thinner, making it easier to hold my gun right and they also look pretty cool. The only problem with these grips are that they can be uncomfortable to use while not wearing gloves but that is not a problem for me because I wear gloves.
Ninja Edit: The fact that the grips dig into your hands also make it harder for the gun to slip out of your hands unlike Stickys or the stock grips when you get paint on them.
These are good all round grips and are nice for people who have small hands or those who like stylish accessories on their markers.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, August 25th, 2006 at 11:46 am PST