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...And love it.

I have had an A-Grip on my Glock for a little over a year now.
The micro-suede texture of the grip felt great in my hand and got even more grippy the sweatier that my hands got.

The A-Grip finally started to work loose around the edge from sweat and cleaning solvents.
I debated buying a replacement but, yesterday I decided against it.
Instead I went into my backyard, grabbed a badger and set him to work.
I wasn't sure if the badger would do a good job or not, so I let it practice on my airsoft gun first.
Once I was happy with how it worked on the airsoft gun I let it go to work on my G26.

My first impression is that the gun is nice and grippy.
Since it is permanent, I am glad that I also like the way it looks.

Anyway, on to the pics. (not sure why they look all fish eye lense-y)

The G26 with the A-Grip


Post-Badger modification. Ejector side


Post-Badger modification. Slide lock side.


The Cheese stands alone.


My photography skills suck, but I am a badass with the nunchakus. *Not really.
 

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u my friend have lost your mind

i know now what you do when we are not at the office, shop or the range



you train badgers!

thats kinda cool - how much does one those trained badgers go for anyway?
 

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MrMcCrackin said:
u my friend have lost your mind

i know now what you do when we are not at the office, shop or the range



you train badgers!

thats kinda cool - how much does one those trained badgers go for anyway?
The cheapest badgering I have seen done was a guy that does them as a side job for $65. The most expensive badgering I found was $225.

I am into it for about $30 - the cost of the badger and his food.
 
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