tippmann por carbine, custom d-efeed, aci sub zero x, aci zero gravity barrel, drop forward, custom duck bill asa, macro line setup
the wood grips are very comfortable in all weather conditons
OKay, Its gonna be very hard to write a ton of words no grips but.....LOL.... I have used dye stickes, app's, hogues, etc teh main problem with rubber or silicone grips is during a long day your hand sweats and can form blisters from eh constant rubbing and lack of air getting to our hand
This is not the case with wood grips, your had breaths so less sweat, they are warm in winter and cool in summer. and very ver comfortable to hold ont all day long while playing woods ball
I will always prefer a good set of wood grips over rubber any day
this is a very well produced and finished product, you cnat go wrong with a set of these unless you enjoy the feel of rubber in your hand
my grips are the green and black ones. I didnt think these things were going to be to comfy.
But boy was I suprised, these things are comfy as all heck. I think they give it a better feel to the gun, and allow for a more sturdy and better grip on your gun. Perfect grip for my mag.
simple as that
Not sure how much they cost...guess it depends
hard so wont crack
I would say if u want some really comfy grips and just want a different look from panel or gel grips, go with these nice smooth shiny finish on them.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, May 20th, 2004 at 5:28 pm PST
Spyder TL Plus, lightened shutter bolt,32degrees magna valve,5" shock tech low pressure chamber, Bob Long expansion chamber,32 degrees drop forward, aci bottonline w/ Spyder mini gauge, 12" aci graffiti series barrel, and smart parts wood grips.
Spyder Xtra w/ e trigger, Black Labs expansion chamber,dye stickys,32 degrees magna valve,14" thunder pig
Fills your hand comfortably, great look, I like the extra weight.
they dont fit the frame perfectly but they're close
Very comfortable grip especially if you have large hands. The stock grips on my spyder were to small for my hands, dye stickys were better but these were just right. I was amazed at the differance in my accuracy. I didnt think the grips would have that much of a differance. I also like the added weight, although not much I noticed and it made my marker feel more solid. On the other hand my wife and son think the grip is uncomfortable because its too large. The grip doesnt fit together fully over the spyder frame although it is within a 1/16" its still noticable in the finger dips, because of this I cant give it a perfect ten.
I would highly recommend this grip if you think your grips are alittle small or just want to add some meat to your gun
I got these grips with a M98 w/ e-bolt, these grips are good with the ebolt because they will not let any paint into the electronics.
Very firm, and comfortable grips
Do not squish
The grips sweat up and become slippery (gloveless players beware)
Can be painful if your fingers are too big/small.
They do not warp or bend, don't know if that is good or bad.
If you like wood grips, and think they look cool, then buy it, but, there is really nothing all too special about these grips, I would rather get dye sticky grips or somehting (do those fit on an m98?) At $35 I would rather take a whole day paintballing than buy these grips.
I'm giving them a 8 because even though they are nice, they are not as nice as some other grips on the market-they can sweat up, and they cost a lot.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 30th, 2003 at 12:12 pm PST