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Old 09-29-2009, 20:27   #141
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Gave up my shop space to get ready to move back to Ft. Worth
Does that mean we'll see you back at the shows in DFW?
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Old 09-29-2009, 22:38   #142
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Does that mean we'll see you back at the shows in DFW?
Yup...in about 4 months or so.
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Old 09-29-2009, 23:19   #143
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I hope the circumstances leading to your move are pleasant so you won't be offended when I say that I'm happy to hear you're headed back this way.

I'll swing by a show in a few months and bother you for awhile--maybe even buy something.
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Old 09-30-2009, 12:04   #144
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I hope the circumstances leading to your move are pleasant so you won't be offended when I say that I'm happy to hear you're headed back this way.

I'll swing by a show in a few months and bother you for awhile--maybe even buy something.
Why, thank you. It's nice of you to say that. I am looking forward to getting out of the swamp and "getting back home".
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Old 10-05-2009, 16:26   #145
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Wondering if you made the lock longer and with one less nib to make detection easier in terms conforming to Production rules?
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Old 10-05-2009, 17:35   #146
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Wondering if you made the lock longer and with one less nib to make detection easier in terms conforming to Production rules?
Short answer - no I haven't. I did not design the MGSL around "games".
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Old 10-05-2009, 18:10   #147
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E-mail sent,......I'll be ordering two.
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Old 10-08-2009, 03:43   #148
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I have a question about the ".40S&W's accuracy changing more than the 9mm's accuracy with the aid of this part's" idea...So basically, the .40 has a more noticeable change in accuracy than the 9mm, correct? However, does your MGSL slide lock still, indeed, improve the accuracy on 9mm Glocks none-the-less? I must have mis-read your posts, because it seems to me as if you are implying that your part makes the 9mm Glocks even LESS accurate than the stock OEM slide locks...I was going to order one for my Glock 26, but now that I read that post I am skeptical...Can you clear this up for me? Does it or does it not help the 9mm Glocks?
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Old 10-08-2009, 11:11   #149
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Originally Posted by ChCx91;13930560I must have mis-read your posts, because [b
it seems to me as if you are implying that your part makes the 9mm Glocks even LESS accurate than the stock OEM slide locks[/b]...I was going to order one for my Glock 26, but now that I read that post I am skeptical...Can you clear this up for me? Does it or does it not help the 9mm Glocks?
Yes it does. The MGSL enhances accuracy in all calibers.
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Old 10-15-2009, 15:53   #150
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If one were to mod the MGSL to fit the G36 frame, would it not need to be shortened (via file or dremel), and still retain the "teeth" on either end of the part? Getting that right, on such a teeninesey part, would seem to be a challenge for most of us duffers.

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Old 10-16-2009, 20:05   #151
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Hi, I think I understand how these work. I would like to try one, how much, how do I make contact and how do you like payment?

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Old 10-16-2009, 21:07   #152
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Folks, that address is no longer valid. (Gave up my shop space to get ready to move back to Ft. Worth) To contact me, send to -

TR Graham
4560 Vista Rd
Pasadena, TX. 77504

or....

Email - Grhm458@cs.com

or just PM me here at Glock Talk.

Regards,
Contact Mr Graham at the above..
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Old 10-29-2009, 23:02   #153
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Recieved the MGSL in the mail today= very nice looking part, much better looking than the original and the related parts all feel more solid now.
I will get to try it out sunday.

Thanx Mr Graham

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Old 11-18-2009, 15:15   #154
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Gentlemen,

Just a heads up - because of a number of problems with shipping, I will no longer send MGSL to Alaska or especially Hawaii without a signature conformation. Shipping charges to either of these states will now be $10.00.

Shipping anywhere in the continental US remains $6.00.

And folks, I do not accept orders from any country except the United States.
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Old 11-19-2009, 15:44   #155
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No sir. The barrel is harder than the MGSL. In fact, the MGSL "wears-in" to the barrel with firing. Barrel Rockwell C hardness runs 63-67 RC, MGSL hardness runs 32-34 RC.
A factory can be up to 67 on the C scale? That sounds awful hard to me. I would think low to mid 40's.
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Old 11-19-2009, 22:05   #156
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The tenifer is (among other things) a surface hardening process similar to case hardening in terms of hardening effect. The underlying metal of the barrel is probably in the range you mentioned but the surface of the barrel is very hard due to the tenifer treatment.
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Old 11-20-2009, 13:49   #157
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The tenifer is (among other things) a surface hardening process similar to case hardening in terms of hardening effect. The underlying metal of the barrel is probably in the range you mentioned but the surface of the barrel is very hard due to the tenifer treatment.
Correct, sir.
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Old 11-22-2009, 17:47   #158
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Mr. Graham, I'm still waiting patiently for a MGSL for a G36.
Please, please, please...... Make me one.
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Old 11-22-2009, 19:20   #159
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P.T. Barnum was right...
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Old 11-22-2009, 19:23   #160
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P.T. Barnum was right...
I'll forgive your ignorance. You've probably never seen one to compare it to a stock piece. Hell, for that matter you probably don't even know what we are talking about.
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