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Hi All.

I just purchased my first Glock (17) and would like to have Sights, Trigger and Grip work done.

I know there are tons of DIY options and great info here on BE but I would rather send it out for an overhaul and get to shooting.

TTI (Taran) seem to have a decent package that meets my needs but I always check the forums for advice. I am new to Glocks and I am not up to speed on the go-to products/services so I would appreciate your input.

Thank you in advance!

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TTI is good to go. I had them stipple my G17. Good communication, quick turnaround and quality work. I would use them again.

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I have a 17L that they did the full RTS package on. It turned out great, I think their stippling is the best in the business, and I really like the sights. I had mine done before the "Combat Master" slide cuts were offered, but if I were still competing with a Glock I'd probably send it back and get that done too.

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Thanks Guys. I plan on sending it out next week. Appreciate the input

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You will be happy with the work and customer service from TTI. I purchased a complete g35 from them, RTS package, and it runs beautifully! Great grip, trigger is phenomanal, and sights are dead on. Within a week I had ordered a G34 to go along with it. I'm itching for a combat master now.

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I purchased a complete G34 RTS package from TTI as well and could not be happier. Customer service during the process was excellent also. Highly recommend. 

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I have several glocks with TTI RTS package...best setup for a glock I have ever seen. You won't be disappointed. Can't wait to get my glock 35 back with their combat master job. 

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I've been looking at this package for my soon to be acquired G34, just trying to figure if I want to send it in for all the work or piece together different options...decisions are tough. 

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Mine started out as piecemeal and ended up being a pretty much full TTI. All but the sights are theirs.  All I need now is the ionbond and logo, lol. I'd recommend just going TTI and getting on with your shooting afterwards. 

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I have the Combat Master, I absolutely love it. The only problem is the wait time.


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That Combat Master is so nice, I just can't see spending 1k or more on a pistol that only cost $600

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I have always been pleased with my tti prepped production glocks. My first one definitely helped me earn my uspsa and idpa master classification!

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That Combat Master is so nice, I just can't see spending 1k or more on a pistol that only cost $600


Sure as helluva a lot cheaper than a 2011.


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Is there anything on a TTI that makes it custom other than the stippling?  From what it looks like everything is a drop in part or cosmetic on the performance package (I believe what the ready to shred is now) other than the stippling.  It's unclear whether the trigger is the drop-in GM kit or a custom massage of parts though.  Thoughts/experiences?

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At this point I have had two production prepped tti glock 34s with their stippling and gunsmith trigger job and two glock 34s with their $40 drop in kit. The gunsmith trigger job does utilize their parts but it is highly massaged by their gunsmith and breaks cleaner and lighter than purely dropping in the parts.

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11 hours ago, steven785 said:

At this point I have had two production prepped tti glock 34s with their stippling and gunsmith trigger job and two glock 34s with their $40 drop in kit. The gunsmith trigger job does utilize their parts but it is highly massaged by their gunsmith and breaks cleaner and lighter than purely dropping in the parts.

Yes.  I'm local to TTI and can assure you that his shop's triggers are gunsmithed by the same smith that has done Taran's personal triggers for years.

I'm not sure if it's true any more since his volume has gone way up recently, but Taran used to test fire each gun that went through his shop to make sure it functioned properly and the sights were right.  I doubt this is possible anymore but I may be wrong. 

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17 hours ago, steven785 said:

At this point I have had two production prepped tti glock 34s with their stippling and gunsmith trigger job and two glock 34s with their $40 drop in kit. The gunsmith trigger job does utilize their parts but it is highly massaged by their gunsmith and breaks cleaner and lighter than purely dropping in the parts.

Cool, thanks for the insight!

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On 10/1/2016 at 8:34 AM, Rangerdug said:

I have the Combat Master, I absolutely love it. The only problem is the wait time.


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what was the estimated wait time? I was thinking sending a g19 slide in for the combat master cut since the frame and trigger is already done up

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I am also thinking of having my 17 stippled by TTI.  I have seen the pics on their website but I would love to see what it looks like after running the gun a bit.

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12 hours ago, Gaucho said:

I am also thinking of having my 17 stippled by TTI.  I have seen the pics on their website but I would love to see what it looks like after running the gun a bit.

I haven't taken any pictures but I can say that after dozens of Steel Challenge, USPSA, and 3 Gun matches since I received my TTI G34 "RTS" the grip looks as good as the day I got it. I constantly get asked "Who did the stippling" at local matches, it really is that good.

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On 3/5/2017 at 7:53 AM, Gaucho said:

I am also thinking of having my 17 stippled by TTI.  I have seen the pics on their website but I would love to see what it looks like after running the gun a bit.

 

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Thanks for the close up! That does look great.

Would TTI's "production stipple" be like this without the undercut trigger guard?

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