VZ Grips Offers New “Palm Swell” Grips

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posted on August 26, 2016
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VZ Grips announces its newest product: The VZ “Palm Swell” grips.

The “Palm Swell” grip panels are a new product-line extension offered for many of the same custom grips currently offered by VZ Grips.

The new panels will accommodate a shooter with a larger hand, and need for more volume on their grip. The “Palm Swell” grips are designed to offer the hand more surface area, this will allow the shooter to achieve a stronger grip.

John VanZyck, president of  VZ Grips, stated, “One thing that we will never do is overlook the consumer. Every time we design a new product, it is with the shooters needs in mind.” 

The new “Palm Swell” grips are currently available for the CZ-USA CZ 75 and Browning Hi-Power pistol platforms. Future palm swell grip options will include the 1911 and Beretta designs.

MSRP for the new “Palm Swell” grips will be $79.00.

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