Talon Grip for GLOCK 43

TALON Grips for Glock model 43. This rear wrap grip is available in both granulate and rubber textures. This grip has full coverage on the side panels including above the thumb rest, high coverage on the backstrap, and full coverage under the trigger guard. This grip includes the graphic "GLOCK" cutout on the shooter's left and the TALON "T" on the shooter's right as well as relief cuts for the thumb rest on each side.

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  • 100% made in the USA
  • Custom designed and manufactured for this specific firearm for an OEM quality fit and finish
  • Low profile grip adds minimal bulk/size
  • Available in granulate texture - Often referred to as sandpaper or skateboard tape, this provides positive grip on the firearm and best suited for holster carry and competition shooting.
  • Available in rubber texture - This textured rubber grip provides positive grip on the firearm and is more commonly used for concealed carry (less likely to irritate skin or snag on clothing) and users with softer hands.
  • Easy to install within minutes (proper installation requires a hair dryer or heat gun)
  • Instructions and cleaning pad included
  • Most cleaning solutions do not harm the grip, but avoid aerosol based solvents like CLP.
  • Adhesive will not move once properly installed and can be easily removed with little to no residue.

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Customer Reviews

Glock grip aid
Review by Lurena Q.
Verified Buyer
Works great
Must Have
Review by Everick L.
Verified Buyer
Great addition to my Glock 43 .! Fits my hand a lot better now .
Great buy! They fit perfect as long as you take your time putting them on super comfortable grips
Review by Liticia Y.
Verified Buyer
I liked everything about them as long as you take your time putting them on they're easy to get straight follow the instructions and put the heat to them right after and they do not even peel off on the edges or anything as long as you do it correctly they are very comfortable even better than the Hogue and for me that saying a lot from now on I will be buying talent above the houge
A Fairly Useless "Upgrade"
Review by Gurpreet V.
Verified Buyer
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 While trying to decide between the rubber option and granulate option, I opted to purchase the rubber option due to it having better reviews. The granulate option had more complaints regarding the sand-type material rubbing off too easy, damaging their clothes, or rubbing up against their body making it too uncomfortable to wear.

However, after installing the rubber version, I was very underwhelmed at how little grip it's supposedly design to add. Which really surprised me as this contradicted the overwhelming positive reviews it has.

---------INSTALLATION AND FIT: 10/10------------

After cleaning your grip with the included alcohol pad, you simply peel the back off the one-piece grip tape, revealing it's sticky side, and begin applying it from the left side of the grip, wrapping it all the way around.

Afterwards, the instructions state it's imperative that you apply heat to the grip-tape with a blow dryer or a heat gun while pressing all over with your fingers to ensure that the sticky back side properly adheres to the grip of your weapon.

I was impressed with how nicely the cut fits all curves and cutouts of the frame. After it's installed you really can't tell it's grip-tape as it now appears that the texture is a part of your frame.

-------ADDED GRIP: 1/10---------
I'm really surprised at how many positive reviews the rubber tape version has on here; as almost immediately after installation I noticed little-to-no added grip to my weapon (leaning towards the "no")- despite the appearance of a more aggressive texture. While trying to ponder why that might be, I practiced typical usage such as locking the slide back, drawing from the holster, taking apart the weapon, etc.; and I also wet my hands to see if hand or finger slipping decreased with the now added grip tape. In all circumstances named above, I noticed almost no increased grip.

In fact, in all cases, my fingers and hands actually would slip just as they would without the grip tape. This was even worse when I wet my hands. The grip added zero benefit with wet hands as the handle became very slippery! Try it for yourself if you have the rubber version.

I concluded this was most likely due to the type of "rubber" used here. I expected the rubber material to be a thicker, softer, sticky-type of rubber which I've used in the past which adds a dramatic amount of grip to your weapon. If anyone has ever used one in the past, you'll know what I'm talking about. But if you haven't, the closest thing I can give an example of is a rubber-band. Try rubbing your finger down a rubber-band and you'll notice how much friction there is on one. However, instead, this "rubber" is more like a hardened rubber that mimics plastic that's really no different than the polymer frame that's already on the GL.

Meaning, the rubber material offers no added benefit over the stock polymer frame; which means the only added benefit you're getting is a more aggressive grip texture. Now, this sounds like an added benefit in theory, however it really doesn't do much.

For if the material itself is hardened and "slippery", then the design of the texture can't really function the way it's supposed to by adding grip. In other words, it's like carving a bunch of cuts in a large block of ice. Sure, the added cuts will reduce the friction, however it's still ice which is slippery.

I've uploaded a video to hopefully show this. Listen to the sound my finger makes while scratching the surface. Instead of sounding like you're scratching rubber, which should produce little-to-no sound, it sounds no different than scratching your polymer frame grip texture. Also notice how easily my fingers move across the grip with almost no resistance.

-------OVERALL: 5/10 ----------

Overall, I think I should've went with the granulate option as I'm not at all impressed with the "rubber" version. It's lower price at $20 and it's nice cut and fit earns it a 5 stars out of 10. However, the material not really doing much over the stock polymer frame and it not adding grip in all circumstances (including wet hands) is why I can't rate it any higher.

So in other words, it's not a downgrade, but nor is it an upgrade. I view it as just....being....well there. It looks and fits nice. But that's about all it does.
Good grip
Review by Philbert V.
Verified Buyer
Good grip
G43 talon grip
Review by Lekeitha P.
Verified Buyer
Really made the comfort factor go up on the 43. Super comfortable and a lot more grip
I Love Talon Grips.
Review by Johnross E.
Verified Buyer
I've had Talon Grips on several handguns over the years. They fit perfectly. They're easy to install and they last for years and years. I have always been happy with the grip friction without it causing a problem against my skin in my IWB holster.
nice custom fit no trimming at all
Review by Kerin Z.
Verified Buyer
Easy to install rubber texture adds cushion but not thickness
Super grip
Review by Lianne D.
Verified Buyer
You can’t even tell it’s a sticker grip. Looks as if the gun came that way. Love this grip, even in rain you have great grip control.
Increased grip with no added bulk
Review by Rooney X.
Verified Buyer
When installing do it slowly and follow the instructions and you will have an increased grip with no extra girth
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