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Who does a good Glock 35 grip reduction?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by OfficerSteve, Apr 8, 2003.

  1. OfficerSteve

    OfficerSteve

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    I'm a police officer, ordering a new Glock 35 for a duty gun. I have short hands. The Beretta 96 fits me well, and the 96 Vertec better. Anybody have any experience with any of the full-size Glock grip reductions? I would like to know how the various ones might compare to the Berettas. I see Robar and ARS but I don't know who to send my pistol to. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks
     
  2. tjpet

    tjpet

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    I've had Robar do two reductions for me - a partial (hump on back removed) and a full diameter. Both were extremely well done. Both look like factory issue guns. Turnaround was approximately 1.5 months for each.
     

  3. Penman

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    Might check out this company:

    http://www.lauerweaponry.com

    don't have any experience with their work, photos look very nice. I did order some SA80 magazines from them, very prompt service.
     
  4. Yar

    Yar

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    CAC grip reduction

    These guys have the best looking grip reduction in my opinion. The other grip jobs are just plain ugly, but I'm sure they are quite funtional.