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Finally Undercut My G21SF Trigger Guard

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Patriot III, Mar 16, 2012.

  1. Patriot III

    Patriot III

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    And it really does feel better and gives me a higher grip. I like it and it was very easy to do.

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  2. MikeG36

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    Nice job. Looks like what I did except I kept the square front. Are you planning to add texture / stipple or keep it smooth?
     

  3. T-Rod45

    T-Rod45 Loves The Glock

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    Nice. I've been wanting to do this on all my Glocks but I'm scurred... :embarassed:
     
  4. TSAX

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    Nice slide cuts and the trigger guard cut definitely gives a higher grip. I want to do one for my G26.






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  5. TSAX

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    How did you do it?






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  6. Patriot III

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    I just used the standard Dremel sanding barrel. It's just the right size radius. Finished it off with wet sanding.
     
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    Looks good, nice work I also noticed that you have the gripforce beavertail, I have 2 of their new ones with the smooth back side instead of the one with the grooves, put one on my Gen4 23 and my 27 really like how it feels, do you notice a better grip with yours??
     
  8. Patriot III

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    I think its great. I have one on my G17 too.
     
  9. T-Rod45

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    Damn you all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I just ordered a Grip Force adapter for my G23... and a set of TruGlo TFO's after reading another thread. :supergrin:
     
  10. Ahmid

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    Nice neat work....
     
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    That does look good.
     
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    Good job! I keep thinking I should do this, I usually keep my Dremel and soldering irons away from my guns.
     
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    Ditto...congrats.
     
  16. Patriot III

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    The scariest moment is when the spinning sanding drum first touches the plastic. (I kept having visions of the Dremel biting in and running the length of the grip, or off to the side.) After that it's pretty uneventful. Just go slow and keep checking your progress till you get to where you want it to be.

    I would also recommend using masking tape to mark your boundries.
     
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  17. S&WGlocker

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    Very nice work Patriot!
    I too undercut my trigger guard on all my Glocks, makes an amazing difference in recoil control. I carry a 30sf and I hated trying to shoot it with the factory guard, so after my first range trip, I undercut it, I was really surprised by the difference after with the .45, felt perfectly suited to my hand after. Am considering doing a grip redux and full stipple, but haven't decided yet. I have done quite a few of my guns that way, helps alot even if you have normal sized hands, just affords a better grip for me.
    I have also removed finger grooves on occasion , depends on the model and caliber. I recently did a mild grip redux and finger groove removal with stipple and trigger undercut on my G20, really tamed the 10mm nicely. Below is my G19 with all the above mentioned adjustments.
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  18. brandan86

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    That makes a lot of since. Will research this more and possibly do it to my 22.
     
  19. mj9mm

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    that is some nice work, i just hate the thought that you can't go back, no undo button:shocked:
     
  20. dhoomonyou

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    do u think a file, sandpaper, and a lot of elbow grease do the same.
    I dont own a Dremel, I would probably dremel off the light switches.