Be careful! Some cleaning solvents like M Pro 7 will attack this plastic and melt the grips. To be safe, remove your grips before you try a new gun cleaning product, and test it on the BACK of the grips to see of it will damage the plastic. Aside from that, I am super happy Beretta is still making these. I am just glad (elated) I did not melt the grips on the rare 86FS. The drop right in, and the gun looks almost like new again. Bear in mind, I have a 3032 that has traveled close to 1,500,000 miles with me. Grips have been broken, scratched, melted, cracked, and $15 makes it all like new again. My 3032 pistols go "EVERYWHERE" I do. Grips get beat up. These are inexpensive, and very easy to replace. The checkering is adequate, and the gun's shape is very ergonomic, so it all comes together very nicely. The plastic works in humid, wet or damp weather, where I prefer not to use wood grips. Synthetics are great! Just remember some gun cleaning products will damage this plastic.
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