Hogue Wrapter Grip Glock 17, 17 MOS, 22, 31, 34, 34 MOS, 35, 35 MOS Gen 4 Small Frame Full Size Small Backstrap Rubber Black

  • Product #: 254999
  • Manufacturer #: 17140
  • UPC #: 743108171400
Hogue Wrapter Grip Glock 17, 17 MOS, 22, 31, 34, 34 MOS, 35, 35 MOS Gen 4 Small Frame F...
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Product Overview

The Hogue Wrapter Grip utilizes the same precision fit standards as Hogue OverMolded rubber grips, Hogue has engineered a remarkably thin grip solution for polymer frame pistols. In order to increase grip and performance, shooters have previously resorted to custom stippling which dramatically compromised their firearm’s factory frame. Hogue now offers an effective alternative through their Wrapter adhesive system that will provide superior grip and hold while preserving the original condition of the firearm. Wrapter Adhesive Grips are available in a soft rubber material that emulates the renowned Hogue rubber feel. Each Wrapter grip has been methodically designed to conform to the exact contours and unique features of popular polymer frame models. With minimal bulk and a multi-piece outline, every grip provides optimal coverage. A balance of sweat-resistant and non-irritational properties provides a natural and comfortable grip experience. The adhesive is designed to create a long-lasting bond when activated by heat, but can also be removed without leaving a sticky residue behind.

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