Most shooters go and have a grip reduction job to aid in shooting (or because they like the look).
I did a lot of investigation as decided to go with Ben at Boresight Solutions in Miami Florida. Ben is busy and you can expect to leave your lower for a month or two. But the work and the wait is well worth it.
I shoot and compete in Steel Competition and one of my guns is a Boresight Solutions modified G17 Gen3. It is a 2005 model and I jet never felt comfortable shooting it so it sat in the safe (have smaller hands and had hand surgery so the big grip was uncomfortable).
I meet with Ben and after going throughout my needs, we came up with the following:
Remove and reshape the back of the grip, remove the finger groves on the front of the grip, re-stipple the entire grip 360 degrees. I also had the finger guard rounded, and an upper cut in the rear to accommodate a high grip (use to 1911 grips). But it did not stop there, I had the bottom cut to accommodate G19 mag's and beveled for quick reloads. A finishing touch of stippling on the left from strap where my left hand thumb goes and done.
Photos are attached:
NRA LIFE Member, GSSF MEMBER, Custom Fusion CCO 9mm & 38 SUPER Race Gun, Nighthawk Lady Hawk 9mm Custom & 38Super, Kimber Pro Aegis II Bobtail, Glock G19 Gen 4, G17, G26 G4, G34, Sig P238,RIA 38 Super, Timber Wolf-AA 22LR, GSG-1911-22LR.
Last edited by girphoto; 06-13-2011 at 11:35 AM.