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I have started on grip plugs for kahr 380, l sell diamondback ones on ebay.
l dont like this one & have a better idea on next one. When l get it rite l will make a rubber mold.



Next one will be wider to match rear of mag.
 

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Looks great..........
 

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That looks good. I bought a couple of rubber Stoppers from Ace Hrdw and cut them to press in and I'm happy with it.
 

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kahrhauler, let me know when you have the plugs for the P380 ready for sale. I'll buy one from you. I rather buy direct from you but if you want I can go through eBay.
 

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Well, ive sold a bunch of db9 grip plugs on ebay. I have to find some plastic to make a plug. and i been busy. Bought a dillon 550 flipped it for 490.72$ my net, then bought a new xl650 dillon that should be here thursday. I'll try to get back on it.
 

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I had a grip plug for my Glock, but it liked to fall out too often. So I left it out.
 

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I'm interested in a grip plug. Open hole in the bottom of the grip annoys the crap out of me..

What did the pictures you posted look like? Looks like you removed them.
 

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These are pictures of my effort to plug hole. Used an Ace Hrdw, rubber stopper trimmed slightly larger than the hole and pressed in to fit then trimmed to match the grip edges.

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Grip plug looks good. Can it easily be pushed in too far and can you get it out easily if it does?
 

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I trimmed it before and after I installed it. It is tight..just the way I wanted it. It is easy to do. Just make the plug shaped and bigger than the hole. It doesn't take much and it doesn't have to really neat before you get it in. The rubber is going to compress and take away the ugly. Just be careful when you razor blade the excess so as to not cut the grip. It's not hard to do. You might lather the plug up with saliva (spit on it) when installing.
 

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I did not erase, Al Gore did!


here was cw380. I never made mold. But ill find time to make mold for cm9.

I sell these on ebay for db9.
 

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I trimmed it before and after I installed it. It is tight..just the way I wanted it. It is easy to do. Just make the plug shaped and bigger than the hole. It doesn't take much and it doesn't have to really neat before you get it in. The rubber is going to compress and take away the ugly. Just be careful when you razor blade the excess so as to not cut the grip. It's not hard to do. You might lather the plug up with saliva (spit on it) when installing.
Good to know, thank for the info. Since I carry in my pocket, I need a plug to keep the lint out. Is there alot of rubber types as options or is it pretty slim on choices?
 

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I did not erase, Al Gore did!


here was cw380. I never made mold. But ill find time to make mold for cm9.

I sell these on ebay for db9.
Can't see much on the first picture. The second picture looks great. Looks like you used the same plastic material the grip is made from? I really like the look of the plug on that grip.
 

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I like that look too kahrhauler. Do you have a link to click? I did a search and got nothing.
 

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Are these still available? I just did a search on bing for "p380 butt plug"...believe me, don't do it. I gotta go wash my eyes out.
 

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Ohhhhhhhhh........................I'll bet you got some good hits on that........... Welcome to the forum.....Ahh minus the butt plug !
 
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