Grips are comfortable on my weapon (92A1), and look even better. A bit beefier than stock and it gives the gun an overall better feel. One gripe I have is the screws pictured with the grips will not sink with the washers. So I had to remove them and use a bit of locktite. No problem. Be careful. Do not over tighten them, while using the washers , thinking they will sink just cause they look right in the photo. You will split the wood. Just don't use em. Locktite does the same job, albeit not permanently, but that's what it's made to do. Very nice start to the perfect Beretta. Now I just have to do away with the plastic trigger, plastic mag release, safety assembly, and for God's sake the polymer guide rod that bends like a noodle. Do you think they use all this to lower the initial cost? Or is it a way to make you spend even more money on upgrades? My money is on the latter. Why else would they make steel replacements? It's all about making the almighty dollar in the end.
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