Does anyone else have issues with the underside of the trigger guard, wearing on the second knuckle of thier middle finger on thier strong hand, as a result of the rightside corner of the trigger guard "digging" into that finger? It seems like anytime I practice draw firing drills, or just spend "too much" time at the range, this finger gets sore. this is especially noticable if I am shooting one of my smaller framed guns(G19/32 or G26/33), where this finger is even more crowded than with the larger guns. I have compared this area to some of my other guns and decided that this is a design flaw of the glocks. There simply isn't a smooth enough contour in that area, it is just too acute of a transition, resulting in a "corner" that is unnecesarly "sharp". Does anyone offer the service to smooth out this contour and keep the OEM smooth finish on the gun? I have seen examples of many companies such as Robar which can reshape the trigger guard, to just about any shae you choose, but they always seem to finish the work with some pretty aggressive stipling. WHile I can appreciate the improvment this stipling may make to retention under hot or otherwise stressful situations where swaet may make the gun slippery, I fear the aggressive stipling will just serve to worsen the problem I have with this knuckle. If antone know who can help, and do a good job in the process, I will really appriciate the referral. I sure would love to see Glock eventually do away with the finger groves all together in the next re-design. It just seems to me like more people I know complain about them, than compliment them, especially on the smaller framed guns. Especially considering it is much easier to add finger groves in through the use of some aftermarket grip, such as the Hogue handall, than it is to remove them if they are unwanted. Thanks, JMB Wanna kill these ads? We can help!