Grip Force Adapters for Glocks?

Grip Force Adapters for Glocks?

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    Grip Force Adapters for Glocks?

    Does anybody have experience with these? I do NOT suffer from "slide bite" when shooting either my G19 or G26, but thought this might get my hand up higher on the grip(closer to the bore axis). I only have Glocks and 1911's in my auto inventory, so if I can get the G19 to point more "1911-ish" I'd be a happy camper. I would love to hear from anybody who runs one of these. Thanks guys!
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    I checked out the website after looking at your post.Really neat product but being a glock shooter myself,I have never felt that I needed it.But I like the idea of it.Ive never been "bitten" by my slide knock on wood

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    I'm invested

    I was getting slide bite from my G30 during IDPA. Wasn't sure the Grip Force would fit but it does. So now I have it on my G30, G27 (modified), G36 and G21. All Gen 3s. Best item I've bought for my Glocks. Found them on Ebay, 2 in a pack. I have big hands. The extended, over sized mag release is a
    novelty I wanted to try. Can't use it for IDPA.

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    LOVE MINE, Its not really about the slide bite its about constantly gripping the pistol in the same spot. Some times with the Glock I found it changed slightly. With the GFA this is no longer an issue.
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    I have very large hands and suffered from slide bite. The grip force solved that problem. If you wand a higher grip, do not use the grip force, it actually raise the bore axis. The Glock has the lowest bore axis of any auto I have ever fired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40Bob View Post
    I have very large hands and suffered from slide bite. The grip force solved that problem. If you wand a higher grip, do not use the grip force, it actually raise the bore axis. The Glock has the lowest bore axis of any auto I have ever fired.
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    Don't know if you shoot a 1911, and I realize the two pistols have different grip angles by a couple degrees, BUT does this device give a closer "feel" to a 1911 or am I confused here? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by old grunt View Post
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    Don't know if you shoot a 1911, and I realize the two pistols have different grip angles by a couple degrees, BUT does this device give a closer "feel" to a 1911 or am I confused here? Thanks!
    Yes, I shoot 1911's and yes it changes the grip angle, but it does not lower the bore axis. I don't see the grip angle as an issue as I shoot revolvers, 1911's and Glocks alot. I had some issues with mine and the supplied pin, it made the trigger hang up and the pin walked out. I used black RTV and glued the thing on, I use the factory pin and would not shoot my G27 or23 without it now. I do not need it on the fullsize Glock or the large frame Glocks.
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    i ordered a set for my gen 3 27 and installed the "smooth" one on it and loved it! i didnt have to modify the smooth on on my 27

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