Operator Status Directly Proportional To Aftermarket Handgun Mods

Machining more “grip” into a stock handgun slide:

Glock 19 + Trijicon RMR co-witnessed with the suppressor height sights?! Damn that’s hot.

Innovative-Gunfighter-Solutions-GlockFat chance I’d let a company etch their logo on the side of my gun, worse yet that gross looking IGFS one!  I’m assuming that logo is optional though (hopefully).

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Thoughts? Would operate with? Wouldn’t operate without?

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Blazing Zero October 4, 2013 at 02:21 am

Oh look a “Keep calm and X” shirt, how original….

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Blazing Zero October 4, 2013 at 02:23 am

No offense ENDO LOL

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ENDO-Mike October 4, 2013 at 02:25 am

hahah no offense taken at all. I’m happy with the way mine turned out. Was definitely ahead of the curve at the time when I released them.

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05RC51 October 4, 2013 at 03:54 am

I was unaware that press checks are so vital to operator’s while operating in operations that they needed additional slide serrations to accomplish this. I guess I just don’t understand…maybe if I had a neckbeard.

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Tierlieb October 4, 2013 at 05:00 am

I know this is just making good fun, but to answer the questions anyway: If you put a red dot on the back, it gets harder to grip the rear end of the gun (unless you use the sight as lever, which means you get sweat and grease on them), so adding serrations to the front seems prudent.

Milling more serrations also makes the gun ligher, which can compensate for the additional weight of the red dot (depends though: The amount of material you need to take off for a JPoint compensates the additional weight, for Aimpoint Micro not so much, dunno about the RMR they used).

Using higher suppressor sights to clear the red dot is an idea that Gabe Suarez promoted years ago along with the whole concept of the red dot pistol.

As for the use of press/brass checks: Personally, I do them quite often, sometimes even in combination with an even more “operator as fuck” mag check.

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Hard_Harry October 4, 2013 at 05:42 am

Operator status is also directly proportional to the amount of manicuring of ones beard. Extra points gained for shitty sleeve tattoos, operator sunglasses & low crowned cap with overworked bill. +10 for overly robotic gun handling movements.

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SittingDown October 4, 2013 at 09:19 am

Don’t forget the notches on hat, rail mounted pistol holster, ninja turtle back pack, and tactical arm tape. :D

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ENDO-Mike October 4, 2013 at 09:45 am

Recipe for the greatest Halloween costume ever!

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elephaantrider October 7, 2013 at 10:13 pm

“overly robotic gun handling movements” are best used when showing of unnecessary slide machining.

My list of reasons why this shit is unnecessary:
1. Use the friggin’ slide release to load the gun. Whether it is an admin load or an emergency load the slide release lever does the job faster and better that grabbing the slide.
2. If you are using the slide release then you are only grabbing the slide when press checking for an admin load and are doing so under non-adverse conditions.
3. You don’t even need to do press check is you simply look or feel for the ‘loaded chamber’ indicator on the extractor. Or look at the chamber and see brass through the small opening at the chamber area on a Glock.
4. If you are having trouble gripping the slide: man up and build some grip strength, it will help your actual shooting ability and in grabbing slide. Actual shooting being more important anyway.

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elephaantrider October 7, 2013 at 10:18 pm

Should have watched the whole video before finishing my rant.

“Helpful in running the gun one handed” Oh please. If racking the slide one handed the sights are going to be used against a belt or a pocket, cuff, etc.

These look a lot like SPEED HOLES to me.

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05RC51 October 4, 2013 at 08:08 am

The “operator as fuck” mag check can only be performed by those true mall ninja super secret operators while operating covertly in a public place for maximum operational effectiveness… say like WalMart or the dollar store. Think of the children ……

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BBJones October 4, 2013 at 12:10 pm

Umm where was his girlfriend’s ass in this video?

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kobrabubbles October 4, 2013 at 01:02 pm

She must’ve been breastfeeding at the time.

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jim bob October 4, 2013 at 09:01 pm

i came for the notches, and would have stayed for the ass.

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dave w October 5, 2013 at 07:03 am

Ribbed for corys pleasure

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