Glock 19 Finger bumps removed

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by tommyhof, Aug 11, 2020.

  1. cadillacguns

    cadillacguns Millennium Member

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    OK Tex, I think we all want to know, how did you get that grip to look that good?!?
     
  2. Gfive45

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    Very nice trick!
     
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  4. tommyhof

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    Didn't know that, very nice work.
     
  5. TexasPOff

    TexasPOff "Tactical Elf"

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    It has to be good since I do it for customers. :)

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  6. Preyhunter

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    Hey man, what can you do for my finger bump (Glock knuckle)? Can you make it go away and look OEM?
     
  7. DrewBone

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    I'm in agreement with you. At the risk or sounding like a broken record there are plenty of other handguns available that don't require modifications to make them comfortable to hold and shoot...all one has to do is make the effort to investigate and try the different models that are available from all the different manufacturers. A person is sure to find one that suits them, and so what if it isn't a Glock? Get yer head outta' yer arse and stop being a sheeple!

    With Glock practically giving them away to LE agencies along with their brilliant marketing strategy directed towards civilians, too many shooters just go along with the "Perfection" hype, then when they find out that their Glock isn't all it's ramped up to be, instead of admitting that they erred in their decision to buy a Glock they're too embarassed to admit it, so they then try to draw attention away from their poor decision by showing their modification prowess by performing the finger groove deletion, trigger guard undercut, magwell chops, etc. then claim that "...now it's just perfect". :rolleyes:

    Before the advent of the polymer framed pistol the vast majority of shooters purchased the metal framed handguns that were available and added wraparound grips and changed sights and called it a day without all the complaining. Imagine if our GI's who were issued 1911/A1 pistols during WWI, WWII, and the Koren conflict started whining about them causing a blister on their wittle hand...
     
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  8. cadillacguns

    cadillacguns Millennium Member

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    Tex if YOU are Coldbore Customs, you can have and my Glocks me as a customer anytime.

    Now I wont bypass Glocks needing a lil work on them.
     
  9. tommyhof

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    Geez, I'm sorry for what I did, everything I've changed over the years I now feel guilty about. I've changed my house to suit me, my cars, motorcycles plus otherthings I can't think about at this moment.
    Sing this....
    "It's my Glock, and I'll change it if I want to, you would change it to, if it happened to you."
    PS: I love my new modified Glock perfection pistol.
     
  10. TexasPOff

    TexasPOff "Tactical Elf"

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    Undercutting the trigger guard solves that problem.


    Look factory? :)

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    Here's one for ya, customer had his slide beveled on a 4th Gen G23, and wanted the frame to match.
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    FYI, that is not a Cerakoted frame, that is the factory Glock OD. The slide was Cerakoted to match the frame color.

    Took me a long time to develop the process for matching the factory texturing.



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  11. TexasPOff

    TexasPOff "Tactical Elf"

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    Yup, thats me. :flag:


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    Am I the only person in the world that LIKES the finger grooves?

    (And the Stock Glock Sights)
     
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    No, you are not alone. Just a part of the finger groove underground.
     
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  14. Shel

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    You can give me the finger (grooves), anytime!

    (As for the stock Glock Sights... not so much)
     
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    I like the finger grooves on my Gen 3 19 and 21sf, my fingers fit nicely in them. But I can see where the grooves could be a pain with different sized hands
     
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  16. GeorgiaGlocker

    GeorgiaGlocker Philippians 4: 6-7

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    Why not buy a Glock that doesn't have finger grooves?
     
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    "QUOTE"
    PS: I love my new modified Glock perfection pistol.

    And so do I--G29/3--KKM barrel, 3.1lb pull measured at middle of trigger, no take up, rounded front of trigger guard, trigger guard sanded so no Glock knuckle--5k rds thru it--100% reliable & yes its MINE, I have NO intention of getting rid of it.

    And if some want to try to convince the masses to use the crappy trigger they come with--I'll just sit here & smile.:D

    EDIT: 15 Aug 20--Just shot a mag thru it (weak handed)--ANOTHER BIG SMILE.
    ;)
     
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  18. Glolt20-91

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    My fingers rest on top of the bumps, for me, no big deal...aftermarket steel sights tho. :)
     
  19. Leucoandro

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    I’m currently living in Guam, without my firearms, but I’m just over 2 years I will be back in the mainland US. I will have 3 Glocks I would like to remove the finger grooves on. Do you accept multiple handgun frames in a box, or do they need to be shipped separately?
     
  20. TexasPOff

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    You may send as many frames as you would like in one box. I have had shops send me 15 plus frames before in one box.



    TXPO