New Grip Force Gen 1 2 3 Glock BeaverTail Adapter 17, 19, 22, 23, 24, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 38
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- Adapts a Beavertail to you Glock
- Allows shooters a higher grip for better control.
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GEN 123 ADAPTERS FIT STANDARD & COMPACT GLOCK FRAMES GEN 1, GEN 2, AND GEN 3 SERIES MODELS: 17, 19, 22, 23, 24, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 38 ONLY AVAILABLE IN BLACK The GRIP FORCE GEN 123 ADAPTER was developed specifically for GLOCK's GEN 1, GEN 2, and GEN 3 series of pistols. It eliminates the drawbacks associated with permanent modifications to your factory pistol. The GRIP FORCE GEN 123 ADAPTER mates completely to the back strap of the GLOCK frame, permitting the shooter's hand to conform to the frame in a more secure manner. This offers more control and allows the shooter to index the pistol on target more efficiently. *In 2007 and later, GLOCK produced some pistols (in 9mm and .40 caliber), that have slightly thicker frames than most other GEN 3 pistols. These frames, which have a serial number prefix starting with the letter L (i.e. LXX123), are oversized in diameter at the trigger housing pin location. The GEN 123 GRIP ADAPTER will not fit on these oversized frames and cannot be secured using our extended retention pin.
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I used the grooved adapter first and found that it was uncomfortable on the web of my hand when shooting over a hundred rounds at the range. I took it off and installed the smooth adapter instead. That was much more comfortable for me. The only issue I really have with this adapter is that it made it nearly impossible for me to release the magazine with my thumb without adjusting my grip each time. I do not have large hands, so that may not be an issue for folks with a larger framed hand or for those folks that are not concerned with the speed of reloading. I subsequently installed a mag release extension which helped considerably, however it is still more difficult for me to release the magazine even with the extension than it was prior to installation of the grip force adapter.
I do like the new feel of the grip with this addition. I also am able to get a proper sight picture quickly more comfortably without having to cant my support hand so far forward than the stock grip.
I would definitely recommend this addition since it is so inexpensive and requires no permanent modification to the weapon.