by David Crane
defrev at gmail.com
April 17, 2006
First, they mimic the old-style 2nd-Generation Glock grip profile with a checkered front strap without finger grooves and interchangeable checkered back strap, a.k.a. interchangeable rear grip strap. This interchangeable rear gripstrap feature will allow the user to have a 1911-angled grip configuration, if one so chooses.
More features: Enlarged beveled magazine well (magwell), enlarged trigger guard opening (to reduce the likelihood of finger pinch), rounded trigger guard corner, extended beavertail/tang, “improved” thumb relief areas (for “more positive grip”, scalloped area surrounding magazine release button “for positive disengagement”, high-cut/radiused fronstrap/trigger guard area for “reduced middle knuckle pressure”, high-cut beavertail/tang to “allow the frame to sit lower in your hand for improved recoil control, and a Mil-Std-1913 rail on the dustcover that is five times (5x) longer than on the Glock OEM grip frame.
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