GRIP TEXTURE UPGRADE
All our stippling work comes with the Spawn texture at no additional charge. Integral Defense Group also offers upgraded stippling patterns which provide various degrees of "aggressiveness" depending on your particular needs.
Please read each of the stippling patterns for more information. Add one of these grip textures as an upgrade to your custom stippling and cerakote order.
You can upgrade the stippling pattern for any Sig Sauer P320 / P365 / P365 XL or Glock frame work.
You cannot purchase this without adding a grip for custom frame work.
The Spawn texture provides a more positive grip on the firearm as opposed to the OEM factory stippling found on your firearm. It is very comfortable for Everyday Carry against your body with an Inside the Waistband holster. It is ideal for those who want just a little bit more grip and traction on their firearm with optimal comfort carrying against your body for long periods of time.
Gripping the handgun provided a positive purchase on the firearm and is a game changer when used in conjunction with our 360 degree stippling area. The removal of the flat Sig contours in between their stock stippling area dramatically increases the ability to really get a good grip on the handgun. This grip texture really shines on sub-compact and compact handguns.
Texture: rounded stipple tip in a random pattern
Grip Factor: 4/10 (1 being the stock texturing, 10 being you’re bleeding)
The Gambit texture provides a more positive grip on the firearm as opposed to the default (Spawn) texture. It is still comfortable enough for Everyday Carry against your body with an Inside the Waistband holster. It would also be a good option for competition shooters and duty pistols. This texture is currently my personal preference for my EDC handgun.
Gripping the handgun is a different ballgame entirely. This texture provides a much more positive purchase on the firearm that will leave some minor indentations in your hand.
Texture: Diamond stipple tip without a specific pattern
Grip Factor: 6/10 (with 1 being the stock texturing)
The Xavier texture provides the user with the a very aggressive purchase on thier firearm. This is a good option for competition shooters and is not recommended for duty or concealed carry.
If you want your gun to feel like an extension of your body then look no further. This will stick!
Texture: ‘X’ stipple tip in a pattern
Grip Factor: 8.5/10 (1 being the stock texturing and 10 makes you bleed)
The Havok texture provides the user with the a fairly aggressive purchase on their firearm. This is a good option duty or concealed carry.
Texture: Fine point stipple tip
Grip Factor: 5.5/10 (1 being the stock texturing and 10 makes you bleed)
The Silicone Carbide application process provides the user with the an aggressive purchase on their firearm. This is a good option for competition shooters and is not could also be a viable option for duty use.
This grip texture provides a much longer shelf-life as opposed to the skateboard / grip tape / stick on products. This texture does wear more than a traditional stipple job, and will need to be re-applied more with repeated wear and tear and use.
The OEM grip texture is sanded off and recessed boarders are added to the grip module to provide a channel for the epoxy and silicone carbide to stay within. The Sig Sauer logo is removed from the grip module as well to provide maximum application surface area.
Grip Factor: 6/10 (1 being the stock texturing and 10 makes you bleed)