View Full Version : Rat grips

11-02-2009, 21:18
Iv been playing with this stuff on my guns and knives. I like it ALOT! Easy to work with and you can mold it in any shape you like. Im going to attach a couple pics of the grips on guns but you can do anything with it.
I ran a full mag through my Para without the grip then a full mag through a buddies Para with the grip on, cut my double tap tiem damn near in half. Alot more comfortable and controlable
The web site is
not really any info on there yet but there is a contact number.

figured I better put a little more info
All you need is a heat gun to put this stuff on. once its warm it molds like silly putty. You can get it as thin or thick as you need even layer it up. If you put it on and dont like it, you can just pull it off and it doesnt leave any residue, at least on metal and plastic, I havent tried it on wood yet.

If you have anyquestions let me know

11-03-2009, 01:19
You weren't lying about that site were you Joe??

So you like it huh?

How much does it cost, and how much do you get??

11-03-2009, 06:07
yeah I like it and yeah there is not alot on the site :)
Ill post more info and pictures when I have time. scotty pm me an address Ill send you some

11-03-2009, 06:14
Done....Thanks Brother.

Oh yea, don't be sending anything that the DEA/ATF or Post Marshall General are gonna get me in trouble for!!!! :D

11-03-2009, 08:17
On its way and Cyn taped a note to the box saying dont f@#$ with this or scotty will blow you up.
Once you get it, give me a call (if your back in country) ill explain how to use it

11-03-2009, 08:27
Nice........I'll let you know..........

11-03-2009, 08:42
Is this your product? If so then I just sent you an email asking for more info. :D

11-03-2009, 08:46
Is this your product? If so then I just sent you an email asking for more info. :D

No Rick, Joey is a FED........:munchin

11-03-2009, 09:10
Scotty you narc! :)
Its not my product, a friend from Urban Advantage is the rep for them.
Originally made for construction tools they realized its use on the "tactical" side so they redid the composition so it would last in hotter climates, resist chemicals etc..
They just started pushing this stuff, not sure how available it is but I have a box.. :cool:

You need a heat gun, a plastic cutting board, water, texture material and the Rat grip:
1. Cut the amount of material needed
2. Place it on a wet cutting board and heat the facing side till "glossy"
3. Wet hands (always have wet hands when handling the hot material), without touching the "glossy" side place it where you want it, i.e. front strap of pistol, knife handle,etc...
4. Heat and mold into the spot you want it and make it a "blank" shape.
5. Heat material, wet hands, grab gun grip to get your finger grooves set, reheat, place wet texturing cloth over grip, grab again.
6. Make it look pretty with heat, fingers and knife if needed.

Thats about it for working with this stuff, takes minimul practice to get good at it.

Thats a fast generic talk through. this stuff can be used for anything. At CSAT they made a beaver tail for a Glock that worked very well from what I was told

11-03-2009, 12:23
Joey, don't care what Longwire says, you're a good Fed. :D

Thanks for the info.

11-03-2009, 13:55
I dont know about there being any GOOD feds, besides, Longwire knows me too well to lie :eek:

11-25-2009, 10:29
website for this is

11-25-2009, 10:55
Nice Testimonial.......;)

11-25-2009, 12:33
yeah yeah bite me

01-25-2010, 22:54
Saw the product demo'ed at SHOT, got one of the SPRR Grip give-aways. It's also available partially pre-formed for firearm grips. I'll be experimenting on something (probably an M16A1 grip I haven't changed out yet) shortly. Interesting product with a lot of possibilities. Do your own work unless you trust somebody else's ability to judge heat (here LT, let me warm that up a bit! :D).