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Yes it does, I have it on mine right now (OD green-more like a green/tan color) - You have to muscle it on (and TRY not to stretch it out too much on the side that your fingers are on as you pull it over the grip, or it will have slight stretch bubbles) but it fits well and feels good in my hand...it's a great option if you don't have the time/patience to modify another grip like a CAA UPG16...
 

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Roughneck12 said:
http://www.nill-shop.com/product_info.php?cPath=1000_32000&products_id=932

A bit off topic but look what I found. They have a black dyed version as well as adjustable ones. A lot more pricier than the slip ons, but darn, you have to love walnut.
if you read down a ways

Please note that due to the changed frame contour our grips will only fit SIG versions of the original
550 / 551 / 552 / 553 / 90 PE Series but NOT at the 556 specimen.
 

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I have a PE90. I wonder how much difference in fit between a Swiss rifle like the PE90 and the American Sig 556 there is? I guess it would be a totally different lower to accept different mags.
 

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I have one on my Glock and love it so I figured I'd put it on my Sig as well.

Unfortunately it's too loose. But, the "naked" grip is a too small for my hand so I decided to build up the grip using the hook side of some velcro I had laying around and then put the Hogue sleeve over that. It fits tighter...still a little loose, but that combined with the velcro pieces makes the grip fit my hand better.

It's not perfect, but it's better than it was stock.
 

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Pachmayer has had these for years. http://www.pachmayr.com/semi-auto-grips.php

JJksutton you can get these grips to fit snugly anytime. Soften the rubber in boiling water add some patience. It will fit...then gently hit it with a hair dryer evaporate any remaining water, it will shrink snug.

I have a grip on on an ar that hasnt moved since the 80's....Just as snug as the day i put it on.
 

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unclefester said:
Pachmayer has had these for years. http://www.pachmayr.com/semi-auto-grips.php

JJksutton you can get these grips to fit snugly anytime. Soften the rubber in boiling water add some patience. It will fit...then gently hit it with a hair dryer evaporate any remaining water, it will shrink snug.

I have a grip on on an ar that hasnt moved since the 80's....Just as snug as the day i put it on.
Thanks for the info...I'll do that.
 

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Got it last night from Cabela's and it went on easily. The insutruction recommended boiling to warm up, which I did. Feels great and is very tight.

I ordered from Cabelas because I heard so many horror stories about gunsource.com

Thx
 
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