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McTerry
03-01-2011, 7:20 PM
Cane & Derby Gatorskin Backstrap Link (http://www.caneandderby.com/weapon-modification-texturing/weapon-accessories/smith-and-wesson-m-p-series/gatorskin-textured-s-w-m-p-backstrap.html)


For $25.00 I figured I couldn't go wrong picking these up as I don't trust myself to do any sort of stippling myself.

Over all I am very pleased with the back strap. It adds a very tacky feel and makes drawing from a holster that much easier (especially from a Concealed Carry Holster). the stippling is done with a perfect blend of softness as well as stiffness. Was able to fine a hundred rounds with no damage to my skin, they also add an element to gun control and recoil management that is a big upgrade from the stock back strap.

The only negative thing I could think of is they come a little dirty. This I am sure is due to the stippling process itself and is easily cleaned up using an old toothbrush and some soap and water.

My pictures are horrible and I apologize for that but I lack proper lighting...




Stock Back Strap
http://xd3.xanga.com/d01f964344733275345135/m219453573.jpg

Gatorskin Back Strap
http://x91.xanga.com/0a3f847041532275345138/m219453576.jpg

Gatorskin Left Stock Right
http://x87.xanga.com/e47f8071c1532275345137/m219453575.jpg

WWDHD?
03-02-2011, 1:50 AM
Interesting. Where did you get them from? Hows the fit? Do they snag on clothing?
I have an M&P 9mm and the grip is ok for me but maybe these would be better. What sizes do they come in? I'm using the medium now. Thanks.

WWDHD?
03-02-2011, 1:53 AM
Sorry, I see now you got them from the manufacturer and not a retailer like Midway.

kelley_aj
03-02-2011, 2:57 PM
Damn you for spending my money :)

McTerry
03-12-2011, 4:11 PM
Damn you for spending my money :)

Hehe, remember to wash them good before you put them on. They are dirty dirty...

They don't seem to snag and you can get any size backstrap you desire...