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Old 12-13-2011, 05:16 PM   #1
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Anybody here have any experience with the Timber Wolf frames? They're cheaper than the Glock frames. Might buy one for a 357SIG buildup if I ever get around to it.

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Old 12-15-2011, 03:51 AM   #2
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The Timberwolf frames feel really good in the hand, they're slimmer than a standard Glock frame and the angle is a bit different. They don't have any downsides that I can tell but that's just my opinion.

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Anybody here have any experience with the Timber Wolf frames? They're cheaper than the Glock frames. Might buy one for a 357SIG buildup if I ever get around to it.
I have 4 Glocks and they all have Grip Reductions and the Finger Grooves removed. This modification was done to all because I just love Glocks and I was willing to put the extra money into these guns so they fit my hand perfectly! I would never change the frame because it would IMO no longer be a Glock. Just go with another gun that feels good for you or get the Grip reduction!
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I have 4 Glocks and they all have Grip Reductions and the Finger Grooves removed. This modification was done to all because I just love Glocks and I was willing to put the extra money into these guns so they fit my hand perfectly! I would never change the frame because it would IMO no longer be a Glock. Just go with another gun that feels good for you or get the Grip reduction!
I like the grip being fat. I have never seen a TW up close and didn't realize they were slimmer. I have really long fingers (probably big enough to palm a basketball almost), so the glock grips are perfect as is. I like the factory glock grip angle, too. It's perfect. Guess I'll not be getting a TW frame then.
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