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Match grade slide lock (revisited)

Discussion in 'Gun-Parts & Access.' started by TexasPOff, Apr 3, 2008.

  1. snuffy33

    snuffy33 NRA Life Member

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    After reading several pages of this post I'm still looking for a price. :headscratch:
    Can someone enlighten me?
     
  2. .38 super

    .38 super Observer

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    $29-30 some, you need to contact M-r Graham, he'll give you total with the shipping, if I remember it right...
     


  3. snuffy33

    snuffy33 NRA Life Member

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    Thanks for the quick answer.
     
  4. recon

    recon Millennium Member

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    Got his recent e-mail on these.


    Sir,

    Thank you for your interest in my MGSL.

    The MGSL is designed to increase accuracy in any Glock pistol by an average of 7 - 35 %. It is a drop-in component and will work with any factory or aftermarket barrel and any generation and model Glock pistol EXCEPT the G36. Each lock has a lifetime warranty and a full money back guarantee.

    Cost per lock is $30.00, plus a flat rate shipping charge of $8.00 for up to 5 pieces. The locks are sent by USPS priority mail.

    Payment can be made with a check or money order ONLY made out to TR Graham. NO credit cards or paypal. Please include a note stating the number of slide locks, along with your full name, address and email with your order. Shipping is made the next full business day upon my receipt of the order.

    Please send to -

    TR Graham
    PO Box 126422
    Benbrook, TX. 76126

    If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me at Grhm458@cs.com.

    Regards,
    __________________
    TR Graham
    The Glocksmith
     
  5. thetoastmaster

    thetoastmaster NOT a sheepdog!

    I've got a two day class this Friday-Saturday. I'll be thoroughly testing my new MGSl. I have a backup G17, in case my primary goes down. With any luck there will not be a comparison between the two weapons. I'll get a subjective range report in though. It isn't a great help that Mr. Graham endorses the least improvement in accuracy in the G17.
     
  6. dne752

    dne752 Mad Catter

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    Update???
     
  7. thetoastmaster

    thetoastmaster NOT a sheepdog!

    I used it in a two-day CCW refresher. I did not shoot the gun from the bench at all (and I never will); but it did seem to inspire confidence. Whether it was the match grade slide lock or the new Warren Tactical sites I do not know, but I only dropped four points on the Utah POST test (not bad considering the rust I had to knock off).

    I'll get some pics posted of the wear, if any, on the new part.

    As for serrations versus the slope of the new part, I cannot speak to the older serrations, but the slope is plenty awesome. It makes tearing down the weapon a snap and doesn't get in the way when manipulating the pistol. In all, I plan on ordering more for my other GLOCKs.
     
  8. SJ 40

    SJ 40

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    They should be,give TR a e mail. SJ 40
     
  9. soless

    soless

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    There is on of these in a friends G17. When you take one and mate it to the barrel, there is only a small lip that's making contact. The "oversized" area really doesn't matter. If anything, what might attribute better accuracy is that it's machined flat and gets better contact with the barrel as opposed to the slightly convex stamped OEM part. The oversized area as previously mentioned can chip the barrel as it's locking up. But after lockup, there is only minor contact and the oversized portion is useless. Just my opinion.
     
  10. recon

    recon Millennium Member

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    So is this one better than his?
    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A1WEMRE/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A1QNZ93W62BFTB"]Amazon.com : Trapezoid Grip Slide Lock for Glock Pistols : Hunting And Shooting Equipment : Sports & Outdoors@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51rJW1jHfUL.@@AMEPARAM@@51rJW1jHfUL[/ame]
     
  11. BroncoAZ

    BroncoAZ Glockalfeliac

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    Feels like Mexico
    I don't know if the part on Amazon is better (I kind of doubt it on a mass produced part) but I was very pleased with the machining and quality of the original MGSL.

    I just ran across my spare new in package TR Graham MGSL that I thought I had previously sold off, it was hiding in the side pocket of my range bag with some stick on targets. Has anyone used one with a KKM barrel? I just got a threaded G17 barrel for my soon to be suppressor host.
     
    Last edited: Aug 2, 2014
  12. steveac1

    steveac1

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    Go to King Glock and buy theirs. It rocks and is the same.
     
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  13. MuddyPaws

    MuddyPaws Platinum Member

    Sir:

    To confirm, it is the frame width(1.27") rather than the slide width (1.10") or not that determines if the MGSL fits a G30S?


    Thank You
    pax