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GRIPS

Abbreviation for:
glypican-related integral membrane proteoglycan family
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Handmade Grips is a place to find a really personalized design, or logos or words made of silver inlay.
But one question arose when I was kicking this subject around with G&A's editors: Does changing the grip size of these new and modern polymer pistols improve hit probability?
The newest grip screws and bushings from Challis are rather inexpensive compared to ivory or even stag grips and will help preserve their longevity.
So, we all migrated to shooting with no grips or thin grips.
Our Tour Series grips are made from a more expensive proprietary industrial grade EPDM elastomer.
This is a relatively easy process where a soldering iron is used to texture the polymer grip frame to give it a more aggressive gripping surface (see "Speedloads" in the December 2014/January 2015 issue for do-it-yourself advice).
This study evaluated the association between clinical normative data for grip, pinch strength and anthropometric variables and assessed the relation between grip and three pinch strength and types of pitch thrown by high-school baseball pitchers.
Unlike most grips designed to cushion recoil, these extend just past the backstrap of the grip-frame, maintaining most of the small frame revolver's concealability.
Former USA Archery team member Jamie Loesch, of Loesch Enterprises, makes custom grips to fit most bow models.
In addition to the type of grip you choose, another characteristic of a sound grip is developing the correct grip pressure.
There was one trial per hand for each grip span, and each trial consisted of two MVE pinch grips separated by a 30-s rest break (Rice, Leonard, & Carter, 1998).
The sensor data show that the conventional grip elicits greater motion in the right shoulder than do the other grips.