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Gabriel Suarez
12-01-2015, 10:45 AM
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SUAREZ "PISTOL CHARGING HANDLE" - FOR GLOCK (http://www.onesourcetactical.com/suarez-pistol-charging-handle-for-glock.aspx)

Our training branch, also a think tank and product development branch, often gives us product improvement ideas. This one came from training with some students whose manual dexterity was diminished either due to age or to wounds received in the service of freedom. These students had difficulty operating a slide by the traditional means of grasping the slide itself.

The Suarez Pistol Charging Handle gives them an improved grip and purchase on the slide that uses leverage rather than being dependent on manual strength. As well, the operator can easily use environmental surfaces to operate the slide. While developing this product, we learned that some of our SF friends favor this on their sidearms to facilitate one handed operation when needed. It also makes slide manipulation easier when running slide mounted optics, or weapon lights. Also quite useful for the Shield Man in a SWAT entry.

Yes, one could use the sights...or even the RMR itself to operate the slide in a reactive situation, but if there is something else that can be added proactively to accomplish the same task, and will save abuse or undue wear on sights or optics, why not use it?



Anodized Aluminum
Unobtrusive No-Snag Design

Suitable For Every Day Carry

Fits all Glock Models (not for 42/43)


$25 - IN STOCK NOW (http://www.onesourcetactical.com/suarez-pistol-charging-handle-for-glock.aspx)

Danneskjold
12-01-2015, 06:57 PM
Unobtrusive No-Snag Design


Isn't it purpose designed to snag?

Gabriel Suarez
12-01-2015, 07:16 PM
No. It is not. Unless you ram it forward into something. Do you pull from the holster FORWARD?

Dorkface
12-01-2015, 07:28 PM
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Isn't it purpose designed to snag?



True... it is. :haha: (Going forward to run the slide)

I could see something like this being very useful for someone like my mom whom has wrist issues.

Danneskjold
12-02-2015, 05:43 AM
No. It is not. Unless you ram it forward into something. Do you pull from the holster FORWARD?

Just yanking your chain, pulling your leg, and other sorts of humorous things Nichols would deliberately misinterpret.

M1A's r Best
12-02-2015, 10:33 AM
That stuff works. The Browning BDM's slide was made that way, stuck out on either side at the rear of the slide. You've got to try it a time or two to see just how easy it makes it to get a good grip on and pull the slide to the rear. You'd think more slides would be made that way.

BigEd63
12-02-2015, 10:49 AM
Just yanking your chain, pulling your leg, and other sorts of humorous things Nichols would deliberately misinterpret.

Nichols= Often imitated but never duplicated.

khadga
12-05-2015, 11:07 AM
I think a unit for the G43 would be particularly useful for people who aren't confident in working the slide.