Hogue Inc. Announces their new HandALL Beavertail Grip Sleeve for the Springfield Armory XD-E

 

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Henderson, NV – Hogue Incorporated has crafted their latest HandALL Beavertail grip sleeves to fit the Springfield XD-E. This HandALL line is the direct result of the company’s determination to meet the needs of a vast and ever-changing consumer market. “Over the past few years we have received a significant amount of requests for grips designed specifically to be compatible with polymer framed firearms. Hogue engineers have spent months meticulously developing and testing a precision fit model for the XD-E. Now that the wait is over, we are eager to let Hogue fans know,” explained Kara Ramage, head of Hogue Inc.’s customer service department.

The advantages of Hogue’s Beavertail grip sleeves on polymer pistols are quickly evident upon installation. Perceived recoil is reduced by Hogue’s ultra-soft rubber, the beavertail design fills the palm of the hand and added finger grooves provide a secure hold. When asked why Hogue grip sleeves are so desired, military veteran and Hogue firearms specialist John Dotts replied, “The answer is simple; our grip sleeves provide the best grip enhancement, period.” Hogue HandALL Beavertail grip sleeves come in a variety of colors and retail at an affordable $10.95–$12.95.

Hogue Grip sleeves are manufactured in their family-owned and operated facilities under direct supervision of the Hogue family. Hogue Inc. supports local dealers and encourages customers to purchase Hogue products locally. For more information please call Hogue directly at 1-800-438-4747 or visit www.hogueinc.com.

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