I performed a Grip Reduction on my Glock 38. Forget the way you've been taught, this is a EASY/BETTER way. The grip is perfect now. Added bonus, you keep the existing backstrap. pics below illustrate "Part 1" of the project, part 2 coming soon.
LMAO!! But exactly what I was thinking.ArmedinAZ":ulcnkjku said:You're a brave soul. :shock: Hope you're posting at some Glock site too (where you won't take the crap that's coming here..)
Look for the "Part II" post. It came out well!collector rob":1aog0xi8 said:
I detest those "finger bumps" on any grip. The are always in the wrong place for me. I've ground them off of several Hoque revolver grips, both rubber and hardwood, to get the fit I want. Fortunately, Ruger never put them on the SR or P-series guns.FergusonTO35 said:The only part about Glocks I don't like are those absolutely useless, cheap looking finger bumps on the front strap of the grip. Fortunately they are easy to remove.