it's still pretty ugly, but I hope you shoot it good.Honestly I got Ergosign over PFS because I think it looks nicer than PFS. I was doing totally fine with the factory stock. The grip on the ergosign feels very very nice though. I'd say this is the most comfortable grip I have ever held.
The base model is called the Blackline is $1850, and another $71.80 for U.S. Customs. You can see the models here: TSK: auto-adaptabilityHow much do the TSKs go for?
I would think the top shaft of the PFS would go through right where you would want your thumb. I too have wondered about modifying an MX8 grip for my MT6; maybe if I find one for cheap I will.Why can't you do a glove grip on a PFS? Numerous people have done it already via a custom grip or Bondo/Kneadatite. I'm considering doing one w/ kneadatite this winter.
MX12 grip will never happen, too limited of a market. Although I've always wondered how much work it would take to fit a MX8 grip to one.
I would be envisioning a wrap around grip with a cutout lower across the stock (as it appears most of them are) which would likely interfere with the top bar...it's the same reason it'd probably be impossible to do a thumbhole PFS. If you're just adding on material to make a wraparound PFS grip, I'd think you'd end up having a very high hold on the gun.The grip already covers where the top rod attaches to the front block, so unless you grind on the grip before you add the molding material, there is no way there'd be an issue. You're just going right over top of the existing grip.