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Glock alum frames

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    Thumbs up Glock alum frames

    Has anyone tried the aluminum frame made by CCF Raceforms in Richmond Virginia? It has an adjustable grip. I found an article about them in American Handgunner's October 2007 issue. I haven't seen any thing written about this on this forum. The frame is supposed to run approximately two seventy nine to two ninety nine This looks like a good idea for the factory glocks. Let me know what you guys think.


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    But then, how will you get your Glock 7 through the metal detectors?
    A man fires a rifle for many years, and he goes to war. And afterward he turns the rifle in at the armory, and he believes he's finished with the rifle. But no matter what else he might do with his hands - love a woman, build a house, change his son's diaper - his hands remember the rifle.

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    I just have one question about these...Why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OPFOR View Post
    But then, how will you get your Glock 7 through the metal detectors?

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    Post Here Is An Older Forum Thread On The Alloy Frames


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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    I just have one question about these...Why?
    +1

    If a different grip angle is what someone is after, there's the M&P.

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    You mean they use metal detectors ? Where? You would have to read the article. It sure would be one expensive gun. It might be lighter. The main thing I was interested in was being able to change the grips to fit your hand using slide in grip backs . The article also said the frame was built better then Glocks. It was a long and interesting article.

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    If the grip on the Glock doesn't work for you then get something else. Why spend that much more for a grip that might fit you better when there are alternatives like the XD, M&P and other choices out there that already have a modular grip.

    And if you absolutely HAVE to have a Glock, send it out to Bowie Tactical or some other place for a professional grip reduction.

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    I dont know man, thats like going out and buying an expensive boat trailer to tow ATV's with.

    Glocks have reason behind the manner in which they were made. And to add on top of that, some of the worlds best German and Austrian engineers who put their jobs on the line to bring you a quality and battle tested firearm.
    Why would you want to go and change that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPFOR View Post
    But then, how will you get your Glock 7 through the metal detectors?
    My ceramic barrel broke in mine....

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    I think my G23 must be defective.....a hand held wand type metal detector finds it every time.....maybe I got one of the non-ceramic ones. Darn.
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    Don't shoot me. I thought it was an interesting article. Its just another idea. Where would we be if people all thought the same way?Thats how the plastic frames came about.

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