ProGrip / Pro Grip Enhancer Lotion Bottle - 2 fl oz
Used to enhance their natural grip for increased recoil control and more consistent accuracy. Non-sticky formula actually works with your natural skin oils to repel moisture and perspiration, and keep your pistol or rifle firmly in your grip. Non-toxic, washes off with soap and water; will not stain clothing or damage gun finishes.
- 1.5 fl oz.
- Ingredients: Alcohol, Magnesium Carbonate, Thickener, and Fragrance.
- Manufactured and bottled in the US.
Best product for best result!
I have been working on shooting while moving and this product took me over the top! I'm only a high C Production shooter, but this stuff locks my grip on. Without it, gripping hard wasn't cutting it cause skin on skin isn't grippy. With it, I'm walkin' and shootin'.
Grip is so important
Once you start using progrip you will never go without. This is especially helpful on those hot long range days when grips start to slip. I highly recommend pro grip for your grip juice needs.
Wife stole mine for Yoga and I have to buy more...
This stuff really works... I think the best way to describe it is the texture of “liquid chalk”. It’s not tacky, sticky or gives you build up or residue. Just drys your hand without drying the skin so it allows texture to bite into your hand. I like it so much I started using it at the gym... Then my wife found it, tried it for Yoga and now I have to buy more.
Until you try it you won't believe it!
This stuff JUST WORKS. When I forget to put it on boy do my scores show it. You can use the scoring tablet and not leave any residue as it is not sticky.
Good dryer and not sticky or tacky. Provides solid grip.
Great product. Good size. Works immediately. Only downside is that it dries white so when manually racking your slide you'll get a white residue on the outside of your slide. It rubs off but would be even better if it dried clear. I still highly recommend.
BEST HAND GRIP PRODUCT ON MARKET
I have tried everything to eliminate sweaty or slippery hands when shooting USPSA, Steel Challenge, and 3-Gun and nothing has worked as well as Pro Grip! This stuff is awesome and lasts a decent amount of time. I reapply each stage or every other stage if it isn't super hot outside. It provides the perfect amount of grip and isn't overly thick or overbearing. You cannot go wrong with Pro-Grip and I bought the belt holster to go with it to make sure I don't forget it. The reviewers that complain about the white residue should understand that this is a performance enhancement product and I never had an issue with the white residue and it washes off quickly at the end of the match or use a baby wipe!
Great product. However im not to thrilled about the white residue it leaves all over your hands and everything you touch. The gripz product does not leave that however grip, does not last as long as this. I will buy again.
Never shoot without this.
I really like this grip juice. Its just tacky enough to increase grip performance without leaving behind a nasty feeling residue. I put this on during dry fire, and live fire practice. Pro Grip has aided in control during matches, and now it is a must before i shoot under the clock.
Been testing products to enhance my grip. Tried chalk, rosin bag, and finally pro grip. Works great! Not sticky, didn't get on my clothes at all. My only issue is now that i have tried it I am hooked. Gonna have to stock up
Works as intended!
Great product for improving your grip and control of your weapon when shooting and during dryfire. The first thing I want to mention is that you may get an older bottle. When I received my first bottle, it was a bit dried out and solidified into a big clump. I fixed this by adding isopropyl alcohol and shaking/mixing it until it reached the proper gel-like consistency. Recommend 70-90% alcohol, with the higher percentage drying faster on your hands. I didn’t see this mentioned anywhere else online and figured I’d share with anyone else who may get an old bottle. Now, before using this, I would crank my support hand as hard as possible, and still never felt as secure as using this. Note that the “lotion” is more like a gel, as mentioned above. A little goes a long way, and I’d say a dime-sized amount is usually sufficient for at least an hour or two during either practice or a match. I tend to only have to reapply this on my fingers between every 2-3 stages and depending on how much other stuff I’m handling. Also recommend adding this to the back of your firing hand to slow your support hand to really crank down and secure your grip! There are a couple things to note if you plan on implementing this tool into your shooting. First, make sure you use this stuff during both your dry and live fire practice. The extra grip really does change the way your hand works with your gun on nearly all aspects of gun handling. Second, despite what the product says, it will leave white residue on whatever you might be touching, depending on how long it’s been since you applied. Don’t be surprised by that fact. Still, I strongly recommend this for anyone looking for any extra tool to improve their shooting. Practice with it, and you’ll really see results in both your recoil control and handling.