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Under cutting the trigger guard

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by amacro, Oct 13, 2012.


  1. amacro

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    I've got a G36 and have seen on YouTube the process of undercutting the trigger guard to help with grip and lower the bore axis seems like a good idea to me - soliciting some feedback before I go ahead appreciate your input
    Thanks Al
     

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  2. amacro

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    Never mind! I've found the link, just learning to navigate lol!
     

  3. glock_collector

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    I did my 17c target gun and wondered why I didnt do this years ago...
     
  4. 3rdgen40

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    Under cutting the trigger guard does not "lower the bore axis".It simply makes a little more room for your middle finger on the grip.
     
  5. shotgunred

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    Lowers the value of the gun.
    You can't use it in IDPA.
     
  6. NDCent

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    Sub-compacts give me Glock knuckle without it, the larger frames don't bother me or need it. I don't believe it really helps me hold the pistol higher, it just makes my middle finger happy.