Glock grip texturing

This is a discussion on Glock grip texturing within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by ttyndall That looks great. The key is how it feels to you when you hold it. If it feels right then you ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttyndall View Post
    That looks great. The key is how it feels to you when you hold it. If it feels right then you did good.
    Ttundall, it feels like a Glock w/ velcro! :)

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    Re: Glock grip texturing

    Very nice! Wish i wasnt scared to do mine.

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    I plan on stippling the frame of my Glock also. I am not a fan of the chain mail or the tree bark style. i want it to look professional and have it be functional. I practiced on a crappy plastic mag pouch first, just so I could get the hang of it. I wasnt confident yet so I moved on to the Glock magazine loading tool (what's the worst that could happen, if I mess it up I would have to load all my mags like a man)
    Eventually I built up the confidence and courage to try it on the baseplate's of my magazines. Here's how they came out.
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    I just finished this one for a client. It's complete with flat back strap grip reduction mod, rounded trigger guard, hi-cut underneath the trigger guard and more:

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    Re: Glock grip texturing

    Quote Originally Posted by thephanatik View Post
    Looks good. I did something pretty similar with my XD9sc

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    Nice job. What tool do you use to do this?

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    Can you stipple/texture a Gen 4?
    Yes. Here's a GEN 4 G23 with the works:





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    Wow, I'm impressed! That's really nice work and looks like an improvement over the standard grip surface. I take my hat off to you sir! Congrats on a job very well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRM View Post
    Yes. Here's a GEN 4 G23 with the works:
    DRM, that's a dandy ... literally, with those swirls reminiscent of a dandelion's puffballs. That's the sort of "stippling" I would think results in a fairly solid grip.

    For me, given the shape of my hand, the spots along the "shoulders" and what fits into the palm swell are the spots that result in the grittiest grip for me. On the CZ P-01, I've had custom ebony grips crafted in ~18LPI, with a fair degree of palm swell. Even compared to the sticky rubberized grips of the standard P-01, this made a huge difference in overall grip.

    On flatter, "plastic" frames, I've thought of going the DIY stippling route. Haven't done it though.
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    Thanks Guys, I really appreciate it.

    Just wondering what does your texture look like on a "Doo-Doo Brown" G-Lock???
    Here ya go:



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    ^ Now, that's a good lookin' doo-doo, there. Makes ya wanna reach out and grab it.


    Q: How much difference do you feel it makes (in grip/recoil handling, not improving looks of a 'turd')?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    ^ Now, that's a good lookin' doo-doo, there. Makes ya wanna reach out and grab it.

    Q: How much difference do you feel it makes (in grip/recoil handling, not improving looks of a 'turd')?
    LOL! We actually had a guy come into the LGS looking for a "Doo-Doo Brown G-lock".

    I think it's HUGE. So do my students. All of them start out with the proper grip, then slide into over grip in just a few shots.

    The problem is these plastic gun are slippery when wet (I found this out in weapons retention class) and the round back strap makes the gun point high. It also contributes to roll over into over grip.

    So, the texturing REALLY helps. No more slipping around into over grip. Getting rid of the "OVAL" shaped back strap also REALLY helps. The Flat Back Strap Mod makes the gun point lower and keeps you from sliding around and getting "Glock Knuckle". Most everybody shoots better with these mods.



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