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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by GlockGuyGip, Mar 17, 2012.
Anyone know who has them for decent prices?
good luck finding one
Oh haven't been released yet huh? Sucks...
I didn't even hear about them till this morning, I would really like one for my G17.
These seem to be more scarce than an iPad 3 on release day.
Glock needs to get their head out of their arses and listen to customer demand! I guess they don't really care about the civilian market though with all the lucritive police and military contracts. That is one reason I don't like Glock as a company. I'm hoping smith and wesson will step up to the plate and offer what everyone wants, a single stack 9mm that can be depended upon unlike a khar or and lc9.
Not OEM, but I have been fairly impressed with the Grip Force beavertail adapter for my gen 2.
Grip force now offers those with the smooth finish like the one from the pic I have one on my 23 and 27 ...
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The perfect accessory for those who can't learn to hold a pistol properly...
lot of ignorance in this. should have mentioned limp wristin' too.
It has nothing to do with limp wristing. I don't understand needing a beavertail on a Glock. It doesn't allow you to grip the gun any higher than a proper grip, and with a proper grip your hand won't get bitten by the slide. If the gun was used for carry the beavertail might snag on clothing.
Its because it looks cool, duh.
Ignorant statement, Some MEN have very large hands all-knowing GlockTalker
Cut your losses . . . stop posting.
I wear a size 12 glove, not exactly a small handed guy.
Good for you on the size 12 gloves, I just don't understand when someone asks a simple question like where to possibly get a part from we get your opinion on how all real Glock owners dont get slide bite, because the rest of us are to stupid to hold the gun correctly. If you dont have any information on this part keep your opinion to yourself!
It's a same old BS when someone fantasizing that he knows everything about guns just because he owns some...I always get slide bites from my Glocks but I almost never get limp wrist effect with Glocks... I'm just used to holding little bit higher, plus my hands are sort of big...I got one of those from over a year, I'd never shoot my Glock without it, I like it way better with "beavertail" than without it...I'm shooting fairly well, from over 30 yers...I got a kick out of it, when someone spreads some knowledge about proper grip or "keep it stock because of..." If you're not shooting every day and you're not in the service of some sort, any part that will make your gun more effective in self defense is OK with me, especially if I tried it and find it to be useful...
I agree 100%
I love it when people want to lecture you on how you should be shooting. I bought a grip force beavertail for my glock and I can shoot great without it thank you very much. Doesn't mean its not fun to play with and it makes the gun more comfortable for me.