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Solution for Small Hands

Discussion in 'The .40 S&W Club' started by jprj, May 20, 2012.

  1. jprj

    jprj

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    Given that we limit the pistol to Glock(s) only. What solution do you offer for small hands? Is there a technique on the grip? Or an after market solution?
     
  2. garyjandfamily

    garyjandfamily

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    I tried every Glock that I could, and never found a good fit for small hands. Even the gen 4 never gave me a solid grip on the weapon and a good placement of the finger on the trigger. The 36 came closest, but I wanted something in .40.

    That's why I shoot a Smith and Wesson M&P .40
     


  3. Batesmotel

    Batesmotel

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    Quality grip reduction. My daughters G31 was done by Robar. I love it. I did my G17 myself. It works great just not as good looking.
     
  4. jprj

    jprj

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    May I request for a picture of it. Please. And thank you.
     
  5. jtull7

    jtull7 Pistolero CLM

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    Carnies scare me. They have little hands. They smell like cabbage.
     
  6. jprj

    jprj

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    Wonder if there are other options out there..
     
  7. Rugar Fan

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  8. cowboywannabe

    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    get a true small gripped Glock if it has to be a Glock. the G42, G43 and the smallest gripped Glocks. all the grip reductions do on double stacked guns is make them easier to hold for folks with medium hands not small hands.
     
  9. jpshaw

    jpshaw

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    Good for medium hands would be better for small hands then no grip reduction at all.
     
  10. rcd567

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    I've had two glocks done by Lane of Cold bore customs. Does a great job and feels smaller. Professional looking too.