VZ Grips not only enhance the look of a handgun but also improve the ability to secure a pistol or revolver in your hand.
While VZ Grips look exquisite and immediately add flare to your handgun, we put them on a revolver and a pocket semiautomatic to see if they worked as good as they looked. The verdict was an affirmative.
We put VZ’s Cyclone grips on a Kimber K6s and their black Double Diamond grips on a Kimber Micro 9mm. In both cases, our grip on the handguns was improved. Because concealed carry and personal defense are important topics for Breitbart readers, we pay attention to second shot acquisition when reviewing a gun or integral gun accessory. The K6s and the Micro 9 were extremely controllable while outfitted with VZ Grips, and we brought them on target for a second shot with ease.
The quality of second shot acquisition is, in part, a result of the fact that the VZ Grips have more actual grip area — more textures and cuts — than the stock grips for the K6s or the Micro 9.
The VZ Cyclone and Micro 9 are made of G10, which means “they have a higher tensile strength than steel,” they are slip resistant, and they “will not swell, warp, or crack with changes in temperature.”
VZ Grips are used by “USMC Force Recon, Navy SEAL teams, Homeland Security, U.S. Border Patrol, FBI, LAPD, Numerous SWAT teams throughout the country, and the Jordanian Elite Security Force,” among other warriors and law enforcement groups and agencies.
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