|12-10-2009, 05:31 AM||#11|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Re: CCF Race Frames
Since I first started this post I have had two CCF steel frames. They worked well enough with Glock slides, not so well with the one aftermarket slide I had. I even used a 17L on one of the frames for a bit. Frame peening occured on the aftermarket slide, didn't seem to be an issue with the Glock slides. Pros: I can't really think of a useful one. Cons: 1) Weight goes up dramatically but I knew that going in 2) Seems that long term life of slide and frame may be shortened and buffers seem counterproductive to my own shooting. Bottom line: do like I eventually did - learn to do Glock grip reductions/shaping and once fitted to your hand keep parts stock.
Craig in Clarksville, TN
|05-23-2010, 03:34 AM||#12|
Join Date: May 2010
Location: octopus' garden
huge +1. stick with the stock glock frame. if you're going to drop cash on a new frame, do it for a 1911.
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