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QuietShootr
07-16-09, 21:49
?? anyone?

bkb0000
07-16-09, 22:16
yep.. robarguns.com

however, theres other guys who do it as well. you can even do it yourself with some help from brownells.

RyanB
07-16-09, 23:12
I bought one already done. I like it. I get to high on glocks and bled from time to time usually.

QuietShootr
07-16-09, 23:14
Me too. That's why I prefer the M&P, but the G19 is just at a sweet size that the M&P doesn't match. If I had a beavertail on my G19s, I about wouldn't need an M&P 9.

John_Wayne777
07-16-09, 23:48
I've handled a few Robarized Glocks with the beavertail. Like you I end up suffering from slide bite on stock Glocks.

Robar's work is decent from what I've seen. Bowie Tactical comes more highly recommended from many knowledgeable people, however....

My beef was always this: For what I sink into a Glock grip mod I can almost buy another handgun. I may go that route one day, but it seems an awful big PIA to take a $500 dollar gun and have to put ~ 200 or more (probably more) into a grip mod just so I don't bleed.

RyanB
07-16-09, 23:57
Meh. I don't need two guns that hurt me I need one that doesn't.

CoryCop25
07-17-09, 00:14
I kinda like the scar on the top of my hand. Like they say..."Chicks dig scars"! :D

RyanB
07-17-09, 00:29
No matter how bad I cut myself with guns, the wounds heal without scarring. However I can cut myself in the kitchen and it leaves a noticeable scar...

gunnut284
07-17-09, 04:55
A co-worker of mine just got back a Glock 21 he had Robar work on, including a beavertail. It is very nice and felt great. I must say I was a bit shocked at the cost (he had it completely worked over) but the result was nice.

PRMAN45ACP
07-17-09, 08:46
Ck. GripReduction. I have my G-21 done and he is working in my G-19.Have good prices and differents options. He is pretty good.:)

John_Wayne777
07-17-09, 09:24
A co-worker of mine just got back a Glock 21 he had Robar work on, including a beavertail. It is very nice and felt great. I must say I was a bit shocked at the cost (he had it completely worked over) but the result was nice.

That's the basic problem. To do a full grip re-work is a bunch O money...but IMO that's what something like a G21 really needs.

Glock may solve all of this for us with the new adjustable frame models coming out...but I have a sneaking suspicion that they'll piss that opportunity away.

VooDoo6Actual
07-18-09, 15:21
I have shot them w/ the beavertail and I cannot see the need for my style.

threefeathers
07-18-09, 16:14
I shoot my G-19 and G32 to blood just as my 1911 without a beavertail. They are the firearms I shoot best so i have no choice but to beavertail or bleed.:(