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The Glock slide is pretty heavy so you could do some milling on the underside to remove weight, or have a Bomar style sight cut done to radically improve the rear sight and remove weight at the same time. That way you can use tungsten guide rods and grip plugs to help put weight in the frame where it needs it most.

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Great resource. Thanks!

If I hadn't read this first, my hypothetical stipple job would have made me illegal.

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Grip tape is production legal, but does anyone out there use it? And if so, what would you recommend?

Yes, it does. The only thing you need to know is prepping the gun before installing it. You need to clean the grip with alcohol first. Then when you apply the tape use a heat gun. These little things will slow the tape from rolling at the edges.

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Like all guns it just depends on how far you want to go. Triggers, barrels, guide rods are all great but spend some of the money on training also and it will make a big difference

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1 hour ago, glazer1972 said:

What sights do you guys like?

Dawson Precision's Adjustable with a Fiber front and black rear for me. 

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Just now, glazer1972 said:

You think those are still good for a carry gun?

No, the edges are pretty sharp. 

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On 11/24/2016 at 9:13 PM, glazer1972 said:

Saved that link.  I'll check them out.  Thanks

 

Unless they've changed it the finish sucks on those.  The rear sight on my G17 was a big ball of rust before I took it off and put the Warrens back on.

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8 hours ago, superluckycat said:

Unless they've changed it the finish sucks on those.  The rear sight on my G17 was a big ball of rust before I took it off and put the Warrens back on.

Thanks.

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On 11/24/2016 at 7:31 PM, glazer1972 said:

You think those are still good for a carry gun?

I really like the Warren Tactical non-Sevigny sights. Great on competition and carry guns. 

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If I port the original factory slide on my Glock 17, would that take me out of Production?  I assume the answer is yes... I'm just overthinking the word "contour" as a perimeter outline, as opposed to the total shape.

 

BTW, I'm so happy to have found this thread.  I'm 2 months into USPSA and already considering jumping into Limited just so I could enjoy making some mods. But, it looks like I have plenty of tinkering in Production, yet to do. 

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On 3/10/2017 at 3:20 PM, InvictusManeo said:

If I port the original factory slide on my Glock 17, would that take me out of Production?  I assume the answer is yes... I'm just overthinking the word "contour" as a perimeter outline, as opposed to the total shape.

 

BTW, I'm so happy to have found this thread.  I'm 2 months into USPSA and already considering jumping into Limited just so I could enjoy making some mods. But, it looks like I have plenty of tinkering in Production, yet to do. 

Answering my own question... upon further review, the rules are pretty clear that there is no machining of the slide except to affix sights.

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Are there any differences between the allowed mods in production and carry optics other than optic and magazine capacity?

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On 2/14/2017 at 10:20 PM, taxil343 said:

I really like the Warren Tactical non-Sevigny sights. Great on competition and carry guns. 

I'll have to take a look at those.  Thanks. 

 

 

Wanted to get the Dawson's, but my G19 is running double duty FOR NOW.  

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