I have a slip-on Hogue rubber grip on my Hi-Point .45. I have a Hogue custom rubber grip on my Ruger LCP. Sometimes I wonder if I should remove them. On the Ruger, it makes the gun feel better to hold. But, it makes it "thicker" and it was built to be a small/slim gun. On my Hi-Point, it feels better to hold, over the stock grips, but.... For those who don't like slapping the Hogue or other brand, rubber grips on, why? And one more stupid question. I live in Texas and it's hot more than it's cool. When I pocket carry my Ruger, I can get sweat on the gun for sure. For some reason, I think I sweat less when my Ruger doesn't have the Hogue? Would that be logical? Or in my mind?