Adjustable grip Glocks coming

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    Adjustable grip Glocks coming

    I was looking for some new grips for my G33 and found this little article.

    Glock Adjustable Grip Models Announced :: Guns Holsters and Gear

    Looks like they will be at the 2010 SHOT Show.

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    Hmmmm.. Interesting.. this could be very cool indeed.
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    That could be interesting and a real sales boon for Gaston. However, I like my Glock just the way it is...
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    Then M&P 9c was the first and only pistol I ever had with a changable backstrap. I felt it was pure gimick. Then I tried each of the three supplied backstraps, and found that they did, in deed, change how well I shot. With my small hands I started with the small backstrap, but found in the end, that the medium gave me best results.

    Glock would do well to introduce such a thing, as would several manufacturers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    That could be interesting and a real sales boon for Gaston. However, I like my Glock just the way it is...
    X2, I like the idea and will definitely check one out but I'm also happy with my Glocks the way they are...
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    Wow... Can't wait!
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    Hmmmm. Both my M&Ps have adjustable grips. Just buy an M&P and be done.

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    I like my G26 the way it is, but I think its a great Glock is
    coming out with it because it will help out those who
    feel glock does not fit their hands
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    Well......ya never know do ya? Market diversification is always good in tough times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASSA9 View Post
    I like my G26 the way it is, but I think its a great Glock is
    coming out with it because it will help out those who
    feel glock does not fit their hands
    That's exactly why I would up with the M&Ps I have. However, I did add a G19 to my collection and I may start carrying it as soon as I get some more range time with it. The butt length is identical to my M&P9c and the barrel is only about a 1/2" longer. I know this would make Ramrod proud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MP45Man View Post
    Hmmmm. Both my M&Ps have adjustable grips. Just buy an M&P and be done.
    ...and you'll get a better trigger at the same time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FHBrumb View Post
    Then M&P 9c was the first and only pistol I ever had with a changable backstrap. I felt it was pure gimick. Then I tried each of the three supplied backstraps, and found that they did, in deed, change how well I shot. With my small hands I started with the small backstrap, but found in the end, that the medium gave me best results.

    Glock would do well to introduce such a thing, as would several manufacturers.
    The ergonomics of the m&p are what sold me on the gun. The backstraps definitely changed how well I shoot as well. The large gave me the best results.

    I'm not a glock fan but if any effort is made to make them not feel so awful (to my hands, anyway) i can support it.

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    It's about time. One of the things that eliminates the Glocks for me is that the grip circumference is just too darned big. I'd love to take 10-15% off the circumference by having adjustable front, back and side panels. For my grip, that it would make the G19 pretty darned sweet.
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    ...and I was just getting used to the Glocks just the way they are.
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    This might bring a Glock back into my collection.
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