2. What are the model
pistols available for the Accuracy grip as of 2005?
The AG Grip is available for the 1911 style Colt, Kimber,
Springfield, Smith & Wesson, Sig (GSR) , Les bear,
Wilson Combat etc. model 1911 style pistols and Ruger
Mk II and Ruger Mk III semi- auto .22 cal pistols .
The model 1911 .45 Colt strait line/ single stack magazine
model pistol frames (those magazines that hold ammo
stacked one round directly over the other) will accommodate
the Accuracy Grip.
3. How easy is the AG
Grip to install?
No Gunsmithing required. Following the directions
on the AG Grip Package will show and explain the traditional
method of replacing a factory grip with a replacement
4. How do I know the correct
size grip to select for my hand if I were interested
in purchasing the two piece AG Grip for my Colt Officers
model .45 pistol?
First, the user would have to fit his/her hand size
to the hand size chard on the back of the AG Grip Package.
After determining the proper hand size, ( small, medium,
large, xxl, or xxxl) select the proper size identified
on the front of the AG Grip Package. Ask your dealer
to assist you in determining the proper size AG Grip
if you are not sure of your trigger finger placement.
5. Does the AG Grip allow
Yes, The AG Grip allows holstering in most kydex (plastic
injection molded) holsters, such as the Uncle Mikes
and Fobus holsters. Holsters that offer open top design
will also accommodate the AG Grip. Users may also decide
to utilize the AG Grip without a holster attaching the
grip onto the belt. ( Proper installation of the modular
trigger finger support must be completed before attempting
to attach to the belt...see illustrations.)
6. Is the AG Grip warranted
Yes, If your AG Grip Breaks send it to us and it will
be replaced at no charge.
7. Why would I select
the Modular Nine Piece 1911 AG Grip over the traditional
Two Piece 1911 AG Grip?
The nine (9) piece modular AG Grip allows the shooter
the opportunity to select one of the five modular trigger
finger supports Use of the modular trigger finger supports
is dependant on the shooters "feel" of the
trigger and whether the firearm will be fired in slow
fire ( utilizing the finger tip ), or rapid fire ( utilizing
the smaller trigger finger support ), whereas the shooter
would usually prefer to use the first joint of the trigger
finger in order to maintain control of the trigger,
ultimately preventing trigger bounce.
8. Why is the Accuracy
Grip different that other grips?
The AG Grip is the only pistol grip that automatically
indexes your trigger finger to the same position on
the trigger each and every time.
9. Why would I be a better
shooter with the Accuracy Grip?
The Accuracy grip isolates the distal portion ( tip
) of the shooters trigger finger allowing the shooter
to squeeze the trigger strait to the rear. This directed
motion minimizes the jerking of the trigger therefore
minimizing the movement of the front sight, thereby
10. Why does the Accuracy
grip offer an additional safety measure to my firearm?
When properly installed on the firearm, the AG Grip
initially pushes the users trigger finger away from
the trigger, therefore offering a safety measure which
did not previously exist.
11. Why will my scores
increase using the AG Grip?
The Accuracy Grip offers consistent trigger placement
from the first to the last shot!
12. Will the AG Grip fit
most small and large hand sizes?
The AG Grip's interchangeable trigger finger supports
make the AG Grip perfect for both small and large hands.
13. Will the AG Grip be
manufactured for other model firearms?
Yes, The AG Grip will be manufacturing grips for the
Smith & Wesson model 41, S & W J Frame revolvers,
Colt AR-15's and many others.
14. Why is the AG Grip
a good value?
The AG Grip is a low cost alternative for achieving