I Have a Tribal Twister with : Lightened Microswitch, Trigger Job, Sidewinder Reg., Micro Rock LPR, Red Valve, Stickies, and just a stock barrel. In the future hope to get an AA or something. with a CrossFire 68/45
They feel way way better than stock grips, nice comfy, grips that your hand can wrap around and your fingers can sink into the grooves. I love them
The price. How much does it cost to make these things? Not that much, but the price is pretty high. I geuss you get what you pay for though, they sure are comfy.
They feel really comfortable, and are a great upgrade for comfort if nothing else. Im sure cheaper grips are just as comfy, so If I was to buy again, I would prolly look for cheaper ones, but it is really up to you. I have been using these since I first started and would never ever go back to stock grips. they are that comfrotable
If you have to be like everyone else and have dye equipment get them they are great... If you want comfort but not for such a hefty price, just buy soem imitations.
-32degrees Gel Grips (These grips are no good. So much crap sticks to them.)
Spyder Xtra with 16-inch Custom Products 1 Piece Barrel and DYE Sticky Grips
-They have a nice and big DYE logo on them.
-They hug my trigger frame closely, so I can get a tight grip on them.
-Sweat has no effect on them.
-They are made by DYE.
-They are very expensive.
-They don't fit Spyder 45 frames very well.
-They have to be stretched slightly to fit.
-The screws that it came with were twice too big for my trigger frame.
-They serve no real purpose.
If you have money to blow, go and buy yourself an electronic trigger frame, or a good 45 frame with parts (Benchmark) or something. I have no regrets, but this was the most expensive piece of plastic I have ever bought. It's getting a bad rating because the DYE website makes it out that they'd have a different grip for every gun, leading me to believe that it would be made especially for my frame. However, this did not fit, and was a prostitute to get on. Still, it feels and looks good.
Lots of stock grips, 32 degree stickys, DYE chrome PMP 3-way, chrome STO ram,chrome sledgehammer front reg, 14in DYE boomstick
chrome System X Hinge trigger, W/ DYE stickys
DYE chrome PMP 3-way, chrome STO ram,chrome sledgehammer front reg, 14in DYE boomstick
Chrome Black Magic Regulator
88/4500 PMI Nitro tank
Awesome grips!!! Great feel and look. Ive had no problem with sweaty hands and slipping with these. They look sooo sweet with ay marker.
Nothing, the price could be a little less
If you are moving up from stock grips on any gun, these are for you. They are great.
um............. 32 degrees sticky grip (also not very sticky)
red dark angel lcd 2002, chrome freak barrel kit, blue warp feed, nitro duck nitrogen set up with 88ci 3000psi tank, ricochet 2k the only way to play, angel sight rail with intellifeed, chain trigger frame and trigger, chrome angel reggy, skull back plate, kapp breech knob, red lock skin
it prevents you from not having to hold the trigger frame... especially if tou have an Lcd electro marker. because it then prevents you from holding the wires and being tragically shocked and/or killed...
It is not really sticky...... i dont know where they got the name sticky grip but the must be pretty stupid since it is not sticky...
If you really want to make it sticky the you could always pour juice and or soda over it.
the soft rubber used to make these grips makes for an excellent tacky grip. Prevents sweaty palms from becoming problematic. Basically the same as the Smart Parts or 32* gel grips, just with the Dye logo instead. Come in an excellent variety of colors.
Only problem I had was that they took a bit of stretching to install. Seems to me that Dye grips should be able to fit perfectly on a Dye frame, but oh well. Just adds another minute or two to installation.
Price is a little high. $25 for a molded piece of rubber.
An excellent product. Greatly improves grip on the marker. Defiantely the best grips I've ever used. Could fit a little better, and price is a little much. But hey, if you want performance and looks, you can't do better than these grips.
It fits nicely in your hand. It is kinda sorta sticky like the name says. Gives you a nice full firm grip which is important
I don't really like how it looks, somehow i like the stock 02 cocker grip better. If you have small hands, the grip print or indent might not fit you to well. I have medium hands and they fit fine
Nice grip that gives you a firm feeling of you gun...it fits great in most hands and if u have a small hand...it might not work too great for you. I say buy if u you have the extra money..this is not necessary as buying grocery for you house and not all of us have parents to help us in our money problems.