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man, glad I found this thread. Grips are ordered
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^ That's solid TGE! Very nice tasteful trio
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wow, they are awesome!
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Bought a set for my P7M13, but removed them as it felt like it made the grip thicker. Not sure if same is true with the other models.

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Are these any thicker than the stock grips?
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^^Very nice, i have not been able to get my self to pull the trigger on those yet. Your Shadow deserves them.

Do they allow the safety to function? (not real important for target shooting)Let us know how they work out for you.

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Are these any thicker than the stock grips?
The stock plastic CZ grips at the widest point are Aprox. 1.400 the Nill's on my CZ85 are just a little over that 1.415. So not by much. They do feel allot better and look a bit sharper.
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Yeah safety functions fine. These grips are a little wider than the stock ones, and look a little wider than the ones pictures above. But it's right in the palm and fits very well. Wifey likes them too, and especially better than the stock grips which had a little wide lip near the top which interfered with resting the trigger finger on the frame.

These were pretty expensive but I actually started getting interested in CZ when I saw the "shadow viper" so I'm trying to build that. I will get a CTS slide next year when all this SSE stuff is done.
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These were pretty expensive but I actually started getting interested in CZ when I saw the "shadow viper" so I'm trying to build that. I will get a CTS slide next year when all this SSE stuff is done.
A noble endeavor. I may try to build a long slide after i recover form SSE Jam 2014 as well. If and when i do it may be enough for me to justify a pare of the extended Nills, they sure do look nice. I might have to look into the CZ97 Nills as well. All in time........

Just a heads up the standard full size CZ75 Nill grips (like the ones on my CZ85 in post #44) do not fit on a 75 frame with the paddle saftys. I may have a pair of paddle safetys cut down so i can fit mine onto my 75 Shadow.

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Just a heads up the standard full size CZ75 Nill grips do not fit on a 75 frame with the extended saftys. I may have a pair of extended paddle safetys cut down so i can fit mine onto my 75 Shadow.
What does the extended safety look like?

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Thanks again for sharing the pic.
I've been drooling over this thread for a while... just happy I was finally able to participate.

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always a treat to view a handgun that's wearing Nill grips.
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What does the extended safety look like?
I should have said "Paddle Safetys" you have them on your shadow.

The actual extended safetys look like this. I am not sure what fits with these.
http://czcustom.com/cz75extendedambisafetylhs.aspx
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that CZ extended safety is huge!
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nice grips!!


FYI. Nill Griffe is the company that worked very closely with HK to develop the grips on HK's HK45, P30, P30L, and VP9.
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FYI. Nill Griffe is the company that worked very closely with HK to develop the grips on HK's HK45, P30, P30L, and VP9.
Thanks!! Big fan of all your guns
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Very nice grips.
How do you like the grips on the SP01 , feel, functionality etc?
I have some on my model 66 S&W and they give me a nice firm grip on it.
I got them thru Natchez Shooters supply if I remember correctly.
Did you guys have to order them from Nill or is there a US supplier that handles them?

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The metal Grips that came with it were OK, the Nills are Excellent in my hands, I have a medium size hand and they fit great! I ordered them directly from Nill, Model CZ11XH08, but got them delivered Through their distributor.
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I have them on my X-five and I was thinking to replace them with something that would provide more traction. They just feel too smooth to me, especially after putting Operators on my 1911, or even talon grip wraps on my polymer guns.

They do look good though, but I think I prefer function over form.
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New Nills for the Legend, modified a bit to fit.

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CZ PCR (Compact D) - Compact Nill Grips. The decoking lever works with these grips on the compact decockers (CZ PCR, CZ P-01) due to the step in the aluminum frames. The decoking lever just barley touches the grips at full actuation.
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Very elegant PCR, good taste Tok36!!
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^^Very nice as always.
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