Posted December 4, 2018 4:30 pm by Comments

By Tom Claycomb

The top Bersa has newly applied sandpaper Talon Grips. Bottom one has been used for three yrs. The hieroglyphics in the top right corner is called instructions. Real men don't read them.
The top Bersa has newly applied sandpaper Talon Grips. Bottom one has been used for three years. The hieroglyphics in the top right corner is called instructions. Real men don’t read them.

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- Looking back, I can’t even remember how I became acquainted with Talon Grips but it had to have been at least three years ago. The first set of their grips that I got was for my Bersa Thunder .380. I fell in love with them immediately. You carry a pistol for self-protection, right? Either against attacking animals or people.

So why do I like the Talon Grips so much? All of our conflicts aren’t on bright sunny days. In the mountains, it may be hot & sweaty, cold, wet, snowy or all of the above all in one day. Those conditions lend to the potential of dropping your pistol if bumped. Much less if you’re in town and get attacked by a band of thieves.

Don’t be naïve and think that if you get hit that your pistol won’t go flying. Have you ever played football or at least watched a game? Trained athletes with slip resistant gloves regularly fumble the ball. Did you happen to watch …Read the Rest

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