Grip may refer to:
- Grip strength, a measure of hand strength
- Power grip, one way of gripping objects
- Precision grip, another way of gripping objects, which allows finer control
- Handle (grip), a part of, or attachment to, an object, allowing it to be moved or used by hand
- Grippers, exercise machines used to increase hand strength
- Battery grip, an accessory for camera
- Grip (job), a job in the film industry
- Key grip, the chief grip on a film set
- Pistol grip, the handle of a firearm, or a similar handle on a tool
Other articles related to "grip, grips":
... The PDR-C (Compact) features an FN P90-style pistol grip and ergonomics offering a more compact weapon, while the PDR-D (Direct) uses a more conventional pistol grip with ...
... The Mechanic's Grip is one of many ways to comfortably hold a deck of cards ... The mechanic's grip is a standard grip utilized primarily by magicians and card cheaters as it allows a sturdy and versatile means by which to hold the cards ... However, it is also the grip taught in many dealer schools around the world ...
... "Veresk" is similar to the Uzi 20- or 30-round magazines are inserted into the pistol grip ... modified version also has a forward pistol grip under the handguard, with a protrusion to protect the shooter's hand from muzzle blast and accidents (similar to the grip ...
... The choice of grip allows a player to increase the thickness of his racquet handle and choose a comfortable surface to hold ... may build up the handle with one or several grips before applying the final layer ... Players may choose between a variety of grip materials ...
... The south harbour Houses on the north side Grip power station The community house The schoolhouse inn Grip stave church The altar and triptych Lighthouse with fishing village in background The ...
Famous quotes containing the word grip:
“While the State becomes inflated and hypertrophied in order to obtain a firm enough grip upon individuals, but without succeeding, the latter, without mutual relationships, tumble over one another like so many liquid molecules, encountering no central energy to retain, fix and organize them.”
—Emile Durkheim (18581917)
“When I first got here, every time youd say breast feeding on the House floor there would be a snicker.... this has been happening since creation. Can we finally get a grip on it?”
—Susan Molinari (b. 1958)
“The grip that swung the ax in Illinois
Was on the pen that set a people free.”
—Edwin Markham (18521940)