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Grip Reduction

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Bro KV, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. Bro KV

    Bro KV

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    So, where do the people who have had grip modification/reduction send their frames? Anyone done theirs inhouse?
     
  2. GlocK_W0rK

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  3. TX58

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    I do business with Robar in Phoenix. Been doing so for over 25years and I highly recommend them. Robbie's company is always in the gun magazines and for good reason. I believe they are the best.
     
  4. bustedknee

    bustedknee The Snowflakes have invaded GT

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  5. Rustin

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    LOL. I'm not brave enough for that.
     
  6. bustedknee

    bustedknee The Snowflakes have invaded GT

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    Look at it this way:

    You can send it off to a "professional" and let him tinker with it and he will charge, how much? $250 - $400?

    Order a new frame from Glock and tinker with it yourself. What's a frame cost? $150?
    ;)

    I can see it now,
    "RUSTIN'S GRIP REDUCTION AND STIPPLING
    $300 plus shipping
    3-day turnaround"
    :laughing:
     
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  7. SARDG

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    Timberwolf frames from LWD cost $200, Glock "stripped" frames from Glockmeister cost $225. Both will incur an FFL fee as the frame is the gun.

    I don't believe Glock simply 'sells' retail frames at all.