The little locking block pin is known to break so a titanium one would be best.
Bought chrome advertised as "stronger" for G27 when severe wear was seen on at least one original ... but when frame cracked after 6.5 years, so did one of these "powerful" pins. Of course Glock factory gorillas yanked out all no-stock items, some ruined but the two remaining chrome reinstalled are not broken yet.
Yeah, kind of like buying new jeans with rips and tears already in them.I always figured it was to help Lenny Magill keep a roof over his head. Why else would you pay such ridiculous prices to replace a perfectly good part?
Reminds me of the "battle worn finish" crowd.
Why buy something brand new, just to try and make it look super-old?
Some of us would not want a wench like that.Since you've apparently never experienced a female adorned with the above attributes, your statement above is akin to you reporting that a SIG P320 is garbage without having personally experienced one...