Slide Bite

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by SFCGrazier, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. SFCGrazier

    SFCGrazier

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    I saw a subject in the forum about slide bite, and it reminded me of a issue i am having with the Glock 36. I have gotten one slide bite with the G36, and i can even feel the slide sometimes, but i don't get cut. I was wondering what might be causing it?? Thanks guys.
     
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    your grip
     

  3. tango44

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    Slide bit with a Glock :faint: I never seen that in my life, maybe you are confused with the term, maybe the slide is rubbing against your fingers but slide bite with a Glock:wow: I doubt it!
     
  4. SFCGrazier

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    Yeah thats what i thought. But it was with a G36 subcompact with a plus 1 base plate. I believe its because its a subcompact. Idk thats why i asked
     
  5. Fire_Medic

    Fire_Medic Polymer Butcher CLM

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    It is possible and does happen, please refer to the other thread there is a lot of good info in it.
     
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    If you have a meaty hand (fleshy web), and grip the gun very high, you can get, for lack of a better term, "racetracks" on the top of your web. They are caused by the slide riding over the top of your hand.
     
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    re-check your grip. Overthhillguy