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A little triggerguard relief on my 357 feels better

Discussion in 'Smith & Wesson Club' started by jeffreybehr, Mar 21, 2013.

  1. tacticalG23

    tacticalG23 Darkside Member

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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. :wow: Now that's the spot that made all the difference!:cool:
     


  2. jeffreybehr

    jeffreybehr Silver Member

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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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  3. tacticalG23

    tacticalG23 Darkside Member

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    I see exactly what you mean. Never gave that bottom photo spot much thought, but I can imagine the benefit.
     
  4. ca survivor

    ca survivor

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    yep........
     
  5. Taphius

    Taphius

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    Taking down that area makes quite a difference in trigger reach and feel. :thumbsup: