I love these grips. They feel great when playing. For only $20 it is a good buy. They are actually comfortable.
The only thing would be the screws that come with it were to big for my spyder. All you have to do is take the old grip's screws and use them. Other than that these grips make an excellent upgrade for any gun.
Excellent feel. Significantly wider than standard grips, gives the gun a more substantial feel. Not so much sticky as it is a rough finish, vastly improving your grip.
Doesn't fit all frames. I had to do some modifications to get these to fit my Benchmark 2x trigger frame. The front cutout looks big enough, but it wasn't. Also, the rear points stick out past the frame, but you can remedy that with an x-acto or a dremel.
Aside from the problems I had, they're definitely worth it. Nothing can ever be truly universal, so you have to adapt it to your specific case. If ever I got another gun, these would be on it.
Dye 45 frame+ Dye Sticky grips = Good fit and feel.
Very ergonomic, especially on Dye frames.
Dye Sticky grips + Other 45 frames = Mixed bag. They feel really weird on Benchmarks. The back ends stick out on some spyder frames. When they get older and dirty, the rubber tends to look kinda cheap next to the Dye logo.
Good, but not the best, because they are not universal like Hogues are. However they feel really good if they're used on Dye frames(I wonder why).
Wow, these are the coolest grips around! I've got blue DYE stickies on my blue shutter and it looks AWESOME. Feels great! No slipping with these babies. Great control. Even better when youre wearing gloves. SOOO great!!!
you gotta stretch them a bit on some guns and i couldnt use the screws that came with them but that is easily overcome. The grip is a bit awkward at first on certain frames but you get used to them quickly.
The 20-25$ you pay is worth it. They're worth thousands! Very much improved control with your gun during play. They even have lots of colors for color schemes! :) BUY THEM NOW! you will never regret it
it looks great, cuase i have a red shutter and it matches the crome parts of my gun
it was hard to stretch out and install because theres a little bump in the middle of my frame. but when you stretch it out it will fit perfectly. also i cant use the screws that come with the grip so i had to use the old rusty ones that i was using before
its really nice to have. its sticky, you get a better grip on your gun for running and moving fast. its worth it, and the clear one looks great on shutters
Wow! When I fit these grips on my XTS it looked awesome. The grips are very comfortable, a huge quantum leap over the stock plastic grips. it doesn't even feel like the same marker. The finger grooves make the gun easier to handle and it was very easy to fit the grips on, it fit the countours of the trigger frame very well. also, the aluminium insert looks really cool.
Bad? I experienced the same problem as many other Sticky grip owners and thats that the screws they supply you are useless. I have no doubt their good quality screws but their diameter was too big to fit into my frame. Not a big problem as I just used the stock grip screws. Theres also a small 1-2mm gap between the grip and the front of the frame but it doesn't detract at all to the function of the grip, I'm just afraid some dirt might get between the space. Its also a bit pricey compared to other grips($25)
For anybody contemplating getting these grips I say "GO GET THEM!" I don't know if they'll improve your game but it doesn't hurt to have them. I have no doubts they are the finest rubber grips available(you get what you pay for) and I wouldn't hesitate to buy them again. There not perfect(as outlined above) but the good outweighs far the bad.
good grip for most. Good "sticky" compound. Trendiest upgrade next to the ELCD.
Too big for me to flick my wrists for pop shots. Can be ugly depending on your tastes. Pricey.
Don't get me wrong, they are nce grips, but they were just a little too wide for my hands to comfortably flick my autococker around easily. It fit well on my benchmark though. The compound is nice and grippy, noticeably more grippy than plastic grips when your hands get sweaty. Not bad if you dont have anything else to spend the money on, but I like my small PTPs better.
very comofortable, sweet looking, the "stickyness" gives you a great hold on your gun.
They often fade, get dirty, and wear out after some play.
The stickies are somewhat expensive (about $25). They did not fit my benchmark double trigger frame on my mag. To remedy this, the airsmith cut them down. Still, the grip was not wide enough, so it had to be stretched, thus scratching my grip frame. Once they were on, the hard plastic underneith the rubber began to separate from the rubber(they were clear). Then, the rubber split all the way down the front. I assume responsibility for trying to make them fit, however, they were advertised to fit my frame.
a great grip, but do not try to stretch them over a benchmark double finger trigger frame. trust me on this....
5 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, March 30th, 2003 at 3:28 pm PST