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Old 03-21-2013, 11:49   #1
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A little triggerguard relief on my 357 feels better

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Old 03-21-2013, 22:59   #2
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I agree. I actually took the finger grooves off my G23 last week and I was a little ticked I "ruined" a perfect frame as it wasn't the improvement I had hoped it would be. Dwelled on it for a week and decided to go all in. Got out the sandpaper and buffer for one last go, attacking the bottom of the trigger guard. Now that's the spot that made all the difference!
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Old 03-22-2013, 10:58   #3
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Tactical, I too have ground off finger-groove ridges from Glock grips, but what bothers me most with Glock frames is the bulkiness of the 'finger channel' into the trigger guard and the lower-front part of the guard itself. Here's what I've done to most to my Glocks.
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I see exactly what you mean. Never gave that bottom photo spot much thought, but I can imagine the benefit.
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Tactical, I too have ground off finger-groove ridges from Glock grips, but what bothers me most with Glock frames is the bulkiness of the 'finger channel' into the trigger guard and the lower-front part of the guard itself. Here's what I've done to most to my Glocks.
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Taking down that area makes quite a difference in trigger reach and feel.
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Interesting...
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