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What is it about these Glocks that you do not like? If there was something that could be changed, what would you like changed on the Glock(s) you have?
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· Polymer Butcher
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Trigger and eliminating the finger grooves.
 

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+1 for the trigger. I also wish they would have kept the "fish gill" serrations and RTF2 instead of the RTF3 on the Gen4.
A lot of folks bad mouthed the RTF2 and fish gills when they first came out. Now that they are in shorter supply, the moaning has died down and many now want to add a pistol with these characteristics to their collection.
 

· Marine Infidel
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Trigger and grips. Ghost setup worked great for the trigger and Talon fixed the grips. Now it is just awesome...
 

· Polymer Butcher
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What he said, with an SF grip, a tough adjustable rear sight, and a nice magwell funnel (more on the tactical scale, than on the humongous race gun scale).
So buy a G21/G20 frame and build it with a LW slide......:whistling:
 

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Sights. I don't really like that blocky U shape on the back sights. Rather have the 3 dots. That is all.
 

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more color, bell and whistle options. :upeyes: Nothing...no changed required.
 

· Polymer Butcher
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That would be cool, no doubt, and I will probably do something just like that, but I thought we were talking OEM wishes here.
If you're going to wish then think outside the box.....

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trigger. love the reset, but can't stand the squishy feel.

grip width. i love the short grip length on my G27, but the width is too blocky.

plastic sights. should come with a metal ramp-style rear, not the goalpost plastic sharp edge sights.

other than that..... love the subcompacts.
 
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