Hogue Incorporated’s new Beavertail HandALL Grip Sleeve is specifically designed for a precision fit on the Ruger Security 9 mid-sized pistol.

“Due to its built-in grip frame, the Security 9 will not accommodate replaceable grips,” said grip designer Matt Hogue. “Our solution was to create a model of our HandALL Beavertail Grip Sleeve that works with the firearm’s existing nylon frame to add comfort along with a precision fit.”

The Beavertail Grip Sleeve is installed by slipping it over the Security 9’s grip frame until it seats perfectly into position. The sleeve matches the unique contours of the nylon frame for a more secure and comfortable fit.

Once installed, the HandALL sleeve provides finger grooves for instinctive handling and control of the firearm. These lead into a gentle palm swell that has been carefully designed to fit naturally in the hand. The beavertail built into the grip sleeve rises high along the backstrap of the frame. This provides full rubber contact for increased hand comfort higher on the grip. In addition to protection and comfort, the beavertail also cushions the hand during recoil by providing better distribution of recoil forces.

The HandALL is built from a durable thermoplastic elastomer compound. This rubber ages gracefully and keeps a firm, tacky feel throughout the life of the grip. It will not harden, split or crack with age or use. The surface is covered with Hogue’s familiar Cobblestone texture, a series of small circular bumps that provide an efficient non-slip, non-irritating grip on the rubber.

Hogue’s Security 9 HandALL Beavertail Grip Sleeves have an MSRP of $10.95 for black, and $12.95 for OD green, flat dark earth, aqua, pink and purple.

Hogue Grip Sleeves are manufactured in their family-owned and operated facilities under the direct supervision of the Hogue family.
 


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