Amazing difference...

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Zip50, May 30, 2012.

  1. Zip50

    Zip50 New Member

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    Some of you may be aware of this simple mod to your frame, but I had no idea it was so effective. I took a dremel with the drum sandpaper bit and undercut my trigger gaurd and thinned the beavertail. I wasn't overly aggresive and removed just enough not to effect the integrity of the frame. I can't belive the difference. My hand rides higher and it fits like a glove and when I bring it up to target it's right there. this was done on a 3rd gen 17, I'm going to do my 2nd gen 19 next. It might work for you as well as it has for me, give it a try.

    Ps. I do have large hands...
     

  2. Zip50

    Zip50 New Member

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    Here is a video of a guy who did it I wasnt as aggresive but got the same results it truely does make a huge difference just do it a little at a time you will be amased how much better it feels and points :)

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pb2u3QHM6xo[/ame]
     
  3. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    Nice mod. Thanks for the link.
     
  4. kodiak

    kodiak Member

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    Not a bad stipple job, but I don't get that guy. He says he didn't want to do it to his Gen 4 in case he screwed it up....so what does he do? He cuts and stipples a 17RTF2 ...wow LOL
     
  5. Zip50

    Zip50 New Member

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    I will pass on the stippling thing, if I feel the need for that, a little grip tape will work fine but the under cut fit me perfectly, especially if you have a magwell installed. I'm giving a big thumbs up for that part of the mod...
     
  6. lucznik

    lucznik New Member

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    How exactly does one stipple a gun?
     
  7. SSGN_Doc

    SSGN_Doc Well-Known Member

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    On polymer guns it's done with a fine tipped soldering iron. In steel guns it's done with a punch and hammer.