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  • Glock Grip Reduction

    Anyone carry a Glock w/ grip reduction in general and this company's work in particular?

    http://www.robarguns.com/glock.htm
    Montana LEO
    'Where the prairie meets the mountains"

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    I personally wouldn't alter or have altered, a glock frame. The space in the grip is there for a reason. It facilitates drainage of water/debris from the internal important things. ie: trigger group, firing pin, etc.

    If you don't like the grip, get a different weapon if that is an option.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by 768B
      I personally wouldn't alter or have altered, a glock frame. The space in the grip is there for a reason. It facilitates drainage of water/debris from the internal important things. ie: trigger group, firing pin, etc.

      If you don't like the grip, get a different weapon if that is an option.
      "It" (the space) also serves as a great route for that water and debris to get to the inner working of the gun in the first place. That is why the Plug came into play.

      Another great source for grip reduction is.......

      http://www.bowietacticalconcepts.com/index.html

      In my experince - reduction to the grip will not in anyway be a detriment to the function of the firearm. For one - if it was an issue then these guys would have been out of business along time ago.

      I say got for it and reap the benifits.
      There is no greater love - than that of a man - that will give his life for another.

      If God carried a gun - it would be a 1911

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      • #4
        I know Robbie Barkman, the founder of the company. While I don't own a Glock, the company has the finest reputation for quality work. If you want the work done, you can't go wrong with ROBAR.
        "A man who has nothing which he cares about more than he does about his personal safety is a miserable creature who has no chance of being free, unless made and kept so by the existing of better men than himself."
        John Stuart Mill

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