Parker, CO – (Ammoland.com) – ArachniGRIP, creator and manufacturer of the innovative Slide Spider adhesive slide grip, is proud to offer the Slide Spider for the Springfield Hellcat.
Springfield Arms recently released a new 9mm subcompact pistol called the Hellcat. The new Hellcat is a striker-fired alternative to SIG’S popular P365. The Hellcat’s flush-fit magazine offers 11+1 capacity, one round more than the P365. With the Hellcat’s second included extended magazine, capacity increases to 13+1 and moves into the full-size frame category.
ArachniGRIP observed that the Hellcat’s slide serrations aren’t cut very deep, making it more difficult to rack. If your hands are sweaty or if you have reduced hand strength, there’s a good chance your grip could slip while racking or clearing malfunctions. ArachniGRIP has the solution to increase safety and control by adding the Slide Spider grip. MSRP for the Slide Spider is $19.95.
The Slide Spider grip by ArachniGRIP is available for most semi-auto pistols. It is easy to install and extremely durable. The Slide Spider grip products enable the shooter to gain increased control through a safe and secure hold. The products offer additional tactical advantages under challenging operating conditions, including extreme moisture and temperature. In addition, these products aid shooters with weak or weakened hand strength and those with medical conditions such as arthritis.
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ArachniGRIP® was founded by two lifelong firearms enthusiasts. We are located in Parker, Colorado, at the base of the Rocky Mountains. Our company believes that all shooters should have the advantages of proper equipment and training. Our products and instructional videos are designed to aid shooters in the safe, practical use and control of their firearms.
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