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Glock frame modification

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Timor, Nov 4, 2002.

  1. Timor

    Timor

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    I recently traded for a third generation Glock 32 and when I compared how it felt to my second generation Glock 23 the 23 was much more comfortable to hold. In examing the trigger guards I noticed the trigger guard on the 32 is more square. When I checked my Glock 30 the trigger guard is also more squard then the 23's.
    Here's my question: If I round off the 32's trigger guard how do I refinish the frame back to original?
    Thanks for any assistance.

    Tim
     
  2. fastvfr

    fastvfr Ancient Tech

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    I have heard of folks using ultra-coarse sandpaper, laying it abrasive-down on the smooth spots, then tapping the paper lightly with a small ballpeen or hard-plastic deadblow mallet.

    Just make sure that frame is well supported to avoid marring or breaking it...this puts an acceptable stippling on the polymer, from all reports. Try a different grit if the blending is off.

    Hope this helps. Regards,

    FastVFR
     

  3. Timor

    Timor

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    I appreciate the information, FastVFR.
    Thank you.