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  1. #1
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    Default BEAVERTAIL ON YOUR GEN 3 GLOCK

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    The beaver tail along with the guttersnipe G17 frame package would go together like Appalachian cousins.


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    I believe josh is molding one in on my gunfighter 19 at the moment!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by TFA303 View Post
    "her"?
    I'm a glass is "half full" kind of guy. Speaking of glasses I'm going to have this beaver tail treatment done to my G19 and to a G17 frame while it's in for the guttersnipe package.


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    I'm not seeing how I would benefit from this. Explain?
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    this is for individuals with meaty hands and a high grip that sometimes get "bitten" by the slide.
    Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit upon his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.

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    Ok, this is not for me then, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brightlightman View Post
    I'm not seeing how I would benefit from this. Explain?
    The beaver tail may protect meaty hands, but it also allows a higher repeatable grip for those of us with normal sized hands. The result is less felt recoil and more efficient follow through/recovery.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Payne View Post
    The beaver tail may protect meaty hands, but it also allows a higher repeatable grip for those of us with normal sized hands. The result is less felt recoil and more efficient follow through/recovery.


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    Thanks for the explanation Jon. I had the same question, just needed some more education

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Payne View Post
    The beaver tail may protect meaty hands, but it also allows a higher repeatable grip for those of us with normal sized hands. The result is less felt recoil and more efficient follow through/recovery.
    Jon nailed it.
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