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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Tackleberry90, Apr 17, 2012.
Has anyone done their own trigger guard undercut to stave off "Glock knuckle" If so how did it go?
I'm thinking to do it on my G19 and G26 but haven't found someone to do it!
Wish I could, but not allowed in most the sports I shoot.
Any solutions without altering the gun itself?
Cold Bore Customs does it
I undercut my G19. It's very comfortable now.
BuckyP, You mean some shooting sports may not allow this mod?
I did my G26. I LOVE it!
Lets see if I can upload a pic from my phone..
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Yes, that too.
i did it on my 27. took me about a half hour with a dremel and i love the finished product. it is much more comfortable and i can get a better grip on the small frame.
You can get away with very lightly easing the outside edges of the trigger guard in Production. It's not visually noticeable, but just a slight difference in radius helps at the middle strong-hand finger.
If you're really gripping and indexing the gun effectively, the irritation will start moving to the index finger of your weak hand.
Glock knuckle cure? Shoot 9mm.
My .40 glocks give it to me always after 100 shots.
When I shoot 9mm, it seems I can easily go over 300 before I feel any discomfort.
If you do a search on trigger guard under cuts there have been quite a few posts with pics and how people did them.
I've done all of my Glocks with a Dremel. Extremely easy, just go slow. My most recent victim...
Hmm, neither my .40 or .45's give me any issues at all. The G30 was tearing up my trigger finger until I swapped in the trigger bar from my 21. New one is on the way!
Do more pushups. Glock knuckle won't be that much of an issue at that point...