I’m one of those “if it isn’t broken don’t fix it” kind of guys. My full size Glocks both suffer from pignose, but I really couldn’t care less because they work fine. Come to think of it, I should start blaming my less than impressive marksmanship on that hahaha.
I’m actually surprised that the “fix” he demonstrated in the video actually worked. I though the Glock frame would be made from a polymer that wasn’t so affected by heat. Sure those heat guns blow air that is “hot”, but they don’t get that hot.
Thoughts? Does pignose actually bother any of you? Are you going to fix it?