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Old 04-03-2021, 11:42 AM
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I believe these are the KSD brand grips. A I’m liking the look!
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Very nice! Are they thinner than the OEM Hogue grips? Do they have palm swells? Thanks! Regards 18DAI
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I have them on my CS45 . They fit my hand very well .
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Very nice! Are they thinner than the OEM Hogue grips? Do they have palm swells? Thanks! Regards 18DAI
You can see that the KSD’s are a bit thinner in the “wrist” area, (?) than the factory ones and flare out to about the same thickness.

Fit and function are great and if you like wood they’re excellent.

The left CS9 in the picture of course has TercGen’s and all I can say is wow.

Jim
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I have a pair on my CS45. They come down behind the magazine and change the whole "feel" of the gun.


I like mine.
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