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    @JonInWA You have a Glock switch? (I assume that's what that is.)

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    @JonInWA You have a Glock switch? (I assume that's what that is.)
    Pretty sure it's a manual safety.

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    It's a manual safety, designed by Leon Hubert of RDIH, which has been merged into and currently marketed by BH Spring Solutions. Here's my review of it:

    https://pistol-forum.com/showthread....Level-2-3-Duty

    And here's more information on it from BH Spring Solutions:

    https://bhspringsolutions.com/index....glock-by-rdih/

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    Bike tire inner tube.

    For a double stack get the thinner tube. For single stacks I use the thicker inner tube.

    Ive had a bike tire inner tube on my PPS for years now and its still going strong and grippy as ever.

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    Talon Grips.

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    It irritates me to no end, that the Glock grips have the smooth areas between the texturing on the sides and the backstrap.
    Amen. If the texture was uniform, the Gen5's might not need a grip job. Drove me up the wall until I finally DIY stippled it.

    I tried all kinds of grip enhancements putting off a stipple job. But in my experience a texture job is the only solution - if its not your duty pistol of course.

    In doors when I'm not sweating, I like my own texture best. Its darn grippy. Even with no undershirt it doesn't bother me. Although I almost always wear underarmour compression shirts. Now, my Boresight grip job for some crazy reason works the best when my hands are sweating. But yeah, expensive grip job. I put it off until I decided to put together my ultimate carry pistol. So glad I did it because all in all its the best Glock grip I've ever felt/owned.

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    My 48 DIY grip job. Sorry about the cat hair.

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    Hockey tape here too. Tried the talons and the bike inner tube and to me the hockey tape was the best.

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    Up until I found this Id never met a Glock stipple job I really liked for a gun that would be concealed.

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    Honeycomb pattern from Black Rose Firearms of Ohio.
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    Up until I saw this on a friends gun Id never met a Glock stipple job I really liked for a gun that would be concealed.

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    Honeycomb pattern from Black Rose Firearms of Ohio. The Tree Bark finish from Business End Customs is great also but hes primarily a 1911 gunsmith and may not be taking stipple jobs.
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