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  1. TexasPOff
    06-24-2011 18:03
    There are a few companies out there that might take on the project. I don't do any addtion due to the material interaction. I can extend the grip, but I doubt if it would stay together for more than one range trip if that long. The surface area to work with is actually very small, the thickness of the side panel of the grip. It would be hard to get the material to hold on. The filler materials are very ridgid. the Glock polymer has some flex to it. The flex in the polymer would come loose from the ridgid material pretty quick. TXPO

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