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Just ordered the rubber type Talon grips for my .45 RAP. Will update when they arrive and installed.
 

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Talon rubber grips are great!!! I have them on my LC9s and SR9c and I'm getting ready to put them on my SR40c. You'll enjoy them.
 

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Talons an my XDsc and 9e and even on the AR.... the rubber granulated.... great product and addition.
 

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I received my Talon grips on 4/23. As with all their products, high quality. Installation took more time than they do on a Glock due to the detail cuts so I took my time. To me the RAP felt slippery on the side panels, no more, the rubber texture provides the grip I wanted. I am very pleased with another great Talon product.
 

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I received my Talon grips on 4/23. As with all their products, high quality. Installation took more time than they do on a Glock due to the detail cuts so I took my time. To me the RAP felt slippery on the side panels, no more, the rubber texture provides the grip I wanted. I am very pleased with another great Talon product.
Any pictures? I really need some grips for my RAP45 but I keep hoping Ruger or someone else will release alternate grip units rather then have to stick something to the existing grips. But my patience is running out! :)
 

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Thanks for that. I went ahead and ordered the medium rubber grips today based on this thread. Talon must have just released them as neither Amazon or ShopRuger have an listing for them yet.
 

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It is super easy to make your own grips with a little investment of time.

Industrial janitorial supply houses will stock the rubberized material and many are available on line.
 
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