Sorry if this question has been discussed to death, but I was wondering how many of you believe there is an improvement in the feel of your Glock's grip feel with this modification?
I have removed the squared portion in front of the trigger guard on my G20, and now it re-enters my Kramer IWB holster without giving me that slight hesitation that makes me wonder if maybe something that has gotten into the trigger guard and is about to unpleasantly surprise me.
But I really don't see that a person could remove enough material from under the guard to make a whole lot of difference without compromising the strength of the guard itself, of course I could be mistaken.
Reason I'm wondering is because I cut down the grip frame to accept G29 magazines and questioned whether or not undercutting the guard would help me keep my pinky finger on the hand grip without the use of a Pearce +0 Grip extension.
Any feedback from those of you that have this modification done on your Glock?