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Alter a Glock grip

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by G35uspsa, Jan 17, 2003.

  1. G35uspsa

    G35uspsa

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    Hay Folks
    Some of you may think that what I'm about to say is a dumb thing to do(I feel dumb after I done it), but what is done is done, all I can do is to ask for help and suggestions. I have bought a G35 .40 cal. for USPSA Lim. 10 class, at first it feel fine, but later I feel like I need to alter the grip a little, example cut under the trigger gard and front strap. And here comes the problem, I decided to cut the back strap too and gone too far and exposed the inside, so now I have a hole in the gun. Does anyone know how to patch the hole.

    Thank you
    P.S. any one whant to buy a G35??? (just kidding)
     
  2. DWMAC

    DWMAC

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    Contact Frank Duren @ Duren Gunsmithing. He specializes in Glocks (and Glock grip reduction). If anyone knows how to add material, he probably would. He's a full-time deputy, too. So contact might be a little slow.

    durengunsmithing@worldnet.att.net
    417.732.9873
     

  3. Roland-G23

    Roland-G23 STI Convert

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    JBWeld

    Did you expose the trigger components or the backstrap channel?
     
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    G35uspsa

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    I have exposed what I think is the trigger component.
     
  5. G35uspsa

    G35uspsa

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    Hay DWMAC
    Thank you for your reply,and the link , I'll give him a shout.
     
  6. Glockster_James

    Glockster_James Man W/ A Badge

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    I might be wrong but I think Aro-Tek might be able to help out. I seem to recall on their price list something about repairing frames. I might be wrong though. If no one is able to help though...could just get a new frame but thats pretty spendy fix. Goodluck. ;I
     
  7. mark123

    mark123 Jesus Loves You

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    Click here. You may have to send it in for repair. I don't know tht you will be able to patch it yourself, unless you are going to bondo it! LOL!
     
  8. Duck of Death

    Duck of Death

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    Might be cheaper to buy a new frame from Glock than send it in & have someone work on it.
    Was me I'd get some 5 min epoxy gel, color it black and go to work on the frame. What do you have to loose?
     
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    Hello, I think i can help. Go to http://www.arizonaresponsesystems.com I was looking at the custom pictures today. Mark specializes in frame mods. The pictures
    may help or call him and he should be able to help with your frame.
    Tim :)
     
  10. rkelso

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    Try Robar they do a pretty high-end grip job. They are working on my G21 as we speak. It will be returned to me this Fri. 24. I'll post my opinion of thier work.

    Rick