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OD G26 with Gap Floorplate...

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by MSims, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. MSims

    MSims

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    First of all I wanna thank eaglefrq on here for seeing my last post about these Gap floorplates and mentioned to me if i like he will give me 3 of them for basically for free just send him back $5 for shipping it to me... So thank you very much... I guess we have great people on Glocktalk...

    Well here is my OD G26 with the new Gap floorplate... Gonna go to the range tommorow and see how they feel shooting...

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  2. Mitothy

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    I absolutely love them on my 27. Makes drawing from concealment so much quicker and gives you a better purchase on the grip.
     

  3. rednoved

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  4. pizza_pablo

    pizza_pablo USN Retired

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    I have a 27 that looks just like that.
    The GAP aids in both draw and grip of the subs. They ROCK!
     
  5. GRIMLET

    GRIMLET Deceased

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    The Gap floor plates really make the 26/27 controllable during a draw from a snug holster.


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  6. MSims

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    how about you guys post your glocks with the Gap floorplates...
     
  7. H-D

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    You have an EXACT clone of my OD G26.
    We even have the same slide lock lever.
     
  8. MSims

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    So i never liked the glock with my pinky hanging and always used a extension so my pinky rest comfortably on the grip... Well i gotta say after using the Gap floorplates i dont want an extension anymore i was shooting more accurate with these... And the pinky extensions were biting my finger every shot and never happened before... Strange... I think its the gap curse lol... Once you go GAP you dont wanna go back...
     
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  9. pizza_pablo

    pizza_pablo USN Retired

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    I installed a set last week. Hopefully will get to the range to try them out this week. They do make a nice improvement in feel.
     
  11. AR15 guy

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    I miss my g26 and GAP plates....I may get another soon.
     
  12. jeffb1911

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    Has anyone ever tried them on a full size glock? Just wondering
     
  13. oppi27

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    I havet seen an OD 26 in a long time around here. Ive been looking. Nice looking rig
     
  14. MSims

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    Hard to see in the pic but your gap floorplate looks the same color as the OD frame... Or is it black? If its OD what you use?
     
  15. pizza_pablo

    pizza_pablo USN Retired

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    Testors model paint 1265 flat olive drab. It wore off pretty easy. Perhaps a little light sanding and primer would maintain the finish, better.

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  16. MSims

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    I was told that RIT dye is the best... Boil the water with the color and then after it boils turn it off and throw your plastic in there for 30 minutes and wallah perfect... And will stay that color forever with no wear...
     
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    Has anybody done this with a stripped Glock frame?
     
  18. ctfireman

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    I need to get one of those for my OD 26.
     
  19. Strizzi

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    I've always wanted to try those but have never really looked for them online for sale.
     
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    Looks just like my 39! love this set-up. Enjoy.