Glock Trapezoid Grip Slide Lock...Anyone Used???

Glock Trapezoid Grip Slide Lock...Anyone Used???

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    Glock Trapezoid Grip Slide Lock...Anyone Used???

    I'm thinking about getting this product, has anyone used it that can give a review? They are $12 each on eBay. It's a Glock Trapezoid Grip Slide Lock, looks like it would be much easier to take down a Glock with:

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    meh... i can strip my glock in 5 seconds.... waste of 12 bucks to me but I guess if you have a tough glock to strip 12 bucks isnt much money
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    Thanks for this. A few good reviews on the web, several on amazon.com. I'm getting it for a G30.
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    What is so hard about stripping a Glock? Could it get any easier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnaengus View Post
    What is so hard about stripping a Glock? Could it get any easier?
    What's so hard? I don't know. Could it get easier? Hell yeah. Both my pistols are easier to strip than a Glock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnaengus View Post
    What is so hard about stripping a Glock? Could it get any easier?
    With a Glock Trapezoid Grip Slide Lock....it possibly could, yes.
    I don't always carry two concealed S&W 500's.........JUST KIDDING!

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    Pointless if you ask me. Once you start using the right grip, weak hand wrapped over the top of the slide with your thumb wrapped around the slide guard part of the frame to pull the slide back slightly, it frees up your other hand for the takedown levers. So there's no need for this product.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TX expat View Post
    I guess you should have mentioned that you only wanted to hear good things about the product you posted.
    I was looking for someone to say, "I have used this product and didn't like it because....or I have used this product and liked it because...." That type of stuff. Anyways, this site is not a good place for that, I found what I needed on Google.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddclancy View Post
    I was looking for someone to say, "I have used this product and didn't like it because....or I have used this product and liked it because...." That type of stuff. Anyways, this site is not a good place for that, I found what I needed on Google.
    I wouldn't agree that this site isn't a good place for that sort of feedback, I just think you happen to have picked a product that fixes a nonexistent problem. You probably won't get a lot of 'user' feedback for something like that because it isn't going to have a very wide appeal.
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    What's the difference (besides geometric shape) between this product and something like the Lone Wolf Extended Slide Lock? It sounds similar. I use the extended locks in all 3 of my Glocks and love them! In fact, my G30sf was almost impossible to take down before I changed the locks.
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    I don't see a reason for it, however, I have had my fingers slide off the take down lever when they were already oily from cleaning another gun first. Thing is, I only do modifications to my firearm that will give me an advantage in a fight. This is not one of them.
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    if you know how to install this piece.....you dot need it....
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    Guys, I bought 3 of these, installed them and they are AWESOME!!! I can strip my Glock in less than a sec with greasy/oily hands, no prob.
    I don't always carry two concealed S&W 500's.........JUST KIDDING!

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    It does look like a well made product that would allow a better grip but I've never had a problem field stripping a Glock or completely disassembling the slide and frame for that matter. Pretty easy pistols to work on IME.
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