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    Expert jfed85's Avatar

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    Tried my hand at Glock trigger guard undercut

    ...and it turned out pretty good.

    Just used my dremel at about medium speed first with a coarse sanding attachment then a fine sanding attachment and just took my time.

    All in it was probably 15 minutes of my time and it does make a huge difference in the way the grip feels.

    Iíve been intrigued by the idea for a while but just didnít have the cajones to take a dremel to one of my guns.

    Picked up a $300 police trade in G21 and finally figured why not?

    still need to get a polishing bit and polish it up to match the texture.



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    Expert Ggreen's Avatar

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    Now you'll want to get rid of the grooves.

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    Expert jfed85's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ggreen View Post
    Now you'll want to get rid of the grooves.
    Actually traded my gen5 G19 to go back to a Gen4 because I missed the finger grooves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ggreen View Post
    Now you'll want to get rid of the grooves.
    The grooves line up nicely once the trigger guard is cut out.

    EDIT: Nce job btw.
    The more you sweat in training the less you bleed in battle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfmileharry View Post
    The grooves line up nicely once the trigger guard is cut out.

    EDIT: Nce job btw.
    They don't for me. My ring and pinky land right on top of the grooves with an undercut

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    Expert MrSmitty's Avatar

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    Thats one of the reason I traded my gen 4 19, hated the finger grooves, have an M&P, now happy as a pig in poop with it!!
    Bushido is all very well in it's way, but it is no match for a 30-06.......Jeff Cooper

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    Well done. I'm in the same boat here. To scared to mess up my G34.

    Maybe I'll finally take the plunge because I'm building one hell of a "glock knuckle" on my middle finger. I have soft girl hands with no callousing and this is unacceptable

    Finger grooves: I vote yes

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    Plinker

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    Well done! Were there any surprises during the process you didnt expect?

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    Expert Ddillard's Avatar

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    Looks good.
    "Yup!"

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    Expert jfed85's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebase View Post
    Well done! Were there any surprises during the process you didnt expect?
    Nope, Just wrapped the frame with a rag and pinched it firmly, but not too firm, in the bench vise.

    The pistol was positioned as it would be if it were laying on its side (but with nothing under it). I then just went up and down in that crevice slowly and carefully. First with the coarse sanding drum then with the fine sanding drum. The dremel sanding drums were the perfect size to fit right in that crevice.


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