Discussion in 'The Workbench: Builds And Modifications' started by oli700, Feb 22, 2018.
Took a little Glock adventure .....they should all come this way
thank you sir . I sat with the thought for a long time .....once I started I was good . I knew it was for me when I seen it on others because it addressed everything I didn't like about it . I just didn't want to pay the 400 to have it done .....thought I was a fiddler crab when I was done
The first cut is always the deepest.
There have been quite a few times I have sat and stared at something debating in my mind "Do I really want to do this?"
Usually, I just take a deep breath, swallow a stiff shot of moonshine to calm the hands, and just go with it.
I like what you did recessing the area around the mag release. That was a good idea and will give your thumb a lot more room to do its' thing.
I also appreciate that you didn't go hog wild and overboard on the stipling. It looks good just the way it is.
I wasn't sure what to expect when reading the title when it said perfection, then I opened the topic and saw a glock sitting there and I was like, all disappointed and stuff.
I was expecting to see a CZ or something.
But I remembered they don't need any kind of work like that. They come perfect out of the box.
You really did do good on that.
Well done. I just went with poly 80 frame.
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I've been wanting to do that too, but the parts to finish them costs a lot more than a whole new gun from what I can tell.
I just picked up a gen 5 the other week I finally found a glock that I like no finger groves.
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