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    Default Thinking of selling my G34

    Does anybody here have any first hand experience with the new Wilson Combat ADP?

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    Are you insane? Why would you sell a G34?

    I'm just funnin' ya. IMHO, Wilson Combat should stick to building what they are good at...over-priced 1911's. They are really good at that. They should leave the poly stuff to Glock.

    In answer to your question, No, I do not have any first hand experience with the ADP. Sorry.

    Great site by the way. I've been lurking for quite awhile, I just decided to start posting. I feel like an a$$ with only (2) posts.

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    It just doesn't fit my hand like my two perfectly functioning 1911s.
    Last edited by LittleLebowski; 03-15-2007 at 03:53 PM.

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    Consider having the frame reshaped to fit your hands

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    I am considering it but dangit, I like new guns too :D Anybody care to recommend someone who can reshape the grip? Personal experience preferred.

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    You are the best one to grind on your grip, get ma dremel and go slow.

    You will end up with a pistol that fits your hand like nothing else will. Then take a sodering gun and stipple the grip again go slow.

    Yoni

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIRVEYR666
    Are you insane? Why would you sell a G34?

    I'm just funnin' ya. IMHO, Wilson Combat should stick to building what they are good at...over-priced 1911's. They are really good at that. They should leave the poly stuff to Glock.

    In answer to your question, No, I do not have any first hand experience with the ADP. Sorry.

    Great site by the way. I've been lurking for quite awhile, I just decided to start posting. I feel like an a$$ with only (2) posts.
    yeah since Springfeild builds a better poly gun. and my 1911's run great and wont give up get rid of your glock definitly

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLebowski
    I am considering it but dangit, I like new guns too :D Anybody care to recommend someone who can reshape the grip? Personal experience preferred.
    Robar did a G22 and a G30 for me that turned out well.

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    Heritage Firearms in Austin, TX. They have done 3 of the family Glocks and will do the G35 I am saving $$ to purchase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Swain
    Robar did a G22 and a G30 for me that turned out well.
    Got any pictures?
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