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  • CZ Grip Screw Hex Blue
  • CZ Grip Screw Hex Blue

CZ Grip Screw Hex Blue

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CZ Allen Head Blued Grip Screw Set

sku: 10231

Availability: In stock


2 * M3.5 Allen Head Grip Screw.
2 * Lock Washers.
1 * Allen.
(Warning Do Not Over Tighten)
(Made in USA)

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SKU 10231
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  1. Hex Blue Screws - Clean look review by Cary on 3/29/2016

    I replaced the stock Phillips screws on both my CZ75B Matte Stainless and CZ75 P01. The lower profile and hex screw provide a better all around look and feel. My preference for the stock rubber grips is not affected by the fit or length of the screws. Simply a nice personal touch.

  2. They worked perfectly. review by Steve Bly (Alaska) on 6/2/2015

    They're slightly shorter, by about a 1/16th inch, than the phillips screws that come with the factory
    plastic grips. So they should work with any grip panels. They look much nicer than the factory screws! I recommend the hex style screws over phillips.

  3. Nice touch! review by Denton Adam (Springfield, MO) on 6/2/2015

    I really like the look of the hex over the plain phillips screw. Fit with no problems on my SP-01 with the coco bolo grips.

  4. hex screws and cocobolo grips review by Wayne Swicegood (Asheboro, NC) on 6/1/2015

    The hex screws are a great improvement over the phillips head versions that come from the factory.
    The combination of the hex screws and the cocobolo wood grips really made the difference in my new 75 Compact

  5. Looks much nicer then the OEM screws, potentially difficult to install review by John Clark (Birmingham, AL) on 6/1/2015

    These screws are marginally shorter than the OEM screws. Depending on what grips you have this may make install extremely difficult. Installing Hogue molded wrap-around grips with these on my SP01 Tactical involved lashing the grips in place with shoelace and then attempting to get the screws to thread for quite some time. If you have trouble aligning/threading these screws, consider removing a little material from the bottom of the screw recess in your grips if possible (if you take too much the grips may be loose, be careful). Otherwise you have a decent chance of cross-threading. This may not be a problem with some grips, but its making me dread removing my grips anytime soon. FROM ANGUS THIS SEEMS TO ONLY BE A SMALL ISSUE WITH THE HOGUE RUBBER GRIPS.

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