Put more grip on your gat with Recover! (PHOTOS+VIDEO)

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Does your gat have a noticeable lack of rail? Are its grip old and wood; do they lack blat?

Rail up your gat with more blattattat using the Recover Grip!

Take a classic 1911 and jazz the hell out of it using these two-piece polymer grips that have been tested by Israeli special forces and proven to increase your gat’s dakkablat by up to 1,000 percent!

For one low payment of $49.99 you’ll get your sad gat all 21st century blat.  (Blatlight not included.)

Order yours today!

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