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Why are there serrations under the trigger guard? Is it just for looks? Just curious... ;)
 

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It's to help with the grip; think of it like as extantion to the front strap serrations...

but I'm not sure how effective it realy is (I myself prefer smooth front strap)...
 

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I never pay any attention to them. LOL
 

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I've got them on my Kimber Pro Carry as well. I do notice them when shooting with a two handed grip as it does help to a very small extent with slippage. A secondary feature would be to tear up my leather holsters, so there's that going for it... ;)
 

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From what I watched on a CD, so it must be true, if you point the gun with the muzzle down at about 45' and have your week hand come up at the same angle as the muzzle and wedge it into the middle finger of the strong hand and the trigger guard, now rotate your week hand down until it's on top of the strong hand your weak index finger should be good and wedged in with that checkering..........

It's real simple on TV!!!!!!

Tony
 
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