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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Folks, that address is no longer valid.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.

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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, 14:15   #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, 14:44   #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, 21:05   #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, 12:49   #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, 16:47   #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, 18:20   #159
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P.T. Barnum was right...
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Old 11-22-2009, 18:23   #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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Old 11-23-2009, 06:13   #161
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P.T. Barnum was right...

If you haven't tried the MGSL and actually seen what it does.. Well.....
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Old 11-23-2009, 15:01   #162
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Hmm....

Since I started making the MGSL back in 2001, a whole number of people have used them to improve the accuracy of their Glock pistols. And some people were quite skeptical at first.

However, many of those folks have been repeat orders.

I have a 100% satisfaction guarantee on my MGSL, and a no BS policy. If anyone has any problem, they get a full refund - including the shipping costs.
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Old 11-23-2009, 20:33   #163
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I can personally recomend this part and Mr Graham as first rate. I have yet seen ot talked with anyone who has not invested in the MGSL and not been satified. TXPO
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Old 11-24-2009, 05:42   #164
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If anyone has any problem,
I have a problem.
I want to change out that piece of crap slide lock in my 36 but I don't have the means to make one myself.
I'm relying on a talented machinist who makes them for every other Glock, but the 36.
Help Mr. Wizard...
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Old 11-24-2009, 12:29   #165
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I have a problem.
I want to change out that piece of crap slide lock in my 36 but I don't have the means to make one myself.
I'm relying on a talented machinist who makes them for every other Glock, but the 36.
Help Mr. Wizard...
Just buy one and have a local machinist make one like it for the G36.
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Old 11-25-2009, 05:57   #166
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Just buy one and have a local machinist make one like it for the G36.
Could you imagine what that would cost?
Mr. Graham already knows how to make these, has the equipment to make them. Makes them for the other Glocks and probably doesn't see the demand being worth the cost of making them for the 36's.
I tried to get other 36 owners on this forum to get together on this, but it didn't happen. Too bad.
I know the value of this piece. I have one on my 21SF. In my opinion it is the most important piece to improve on in a Glock. Not many aftermarket items actually improve the shooting of a Glock. This one does.
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Old 12-01-2009, 00:18   #167
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Mr. Graham is a stand up guy. He stands behind his products and will make it right if you have a problem based on my experience.

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Old 01-08-2010, 18:07   #168
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Hmm....

Since I started making the MGSL back in 2001, a whole number of people have used them to improve the accuracy of their Glock pistols. And some people were quite skeptical at first.

However, many of those folks have been repeat orders.

I have a 100% satisfaction guarantee on my MGSL, and a no BS policy. If anyone has any problem, they get a full refund - including the shipping costs.

A very satisfied customer!
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Old 02-25-2010, 21:52   #169
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are these still being made?
anyone have target group pics side by side?

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Old 02-26-2010, 15:57   #170
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are these still being made?
anyone have target group pics side by side?
thanks
If you understand the important role the slide lock plays in stabilizing the barrel as the round is fired, and if you could see the difference in quality from the Graham part compared to the stock part you wouldn't need to see any target groups or anything else. You will have to trust those of us who use this part over the stock part when we say that it is probably the most important change you could make to a Glock that actually does something.
Google the man and order one. You won't be sorry.
If your listening Mr. Graham, I'm still waiting (pleading) for you to make one for a G36.
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Old 04-18-2010, 11:44   #171
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Ordered three yesterday. looks like just the ticket to tighten groups without going to a After market barrel
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Old 04-20-2010, 23:32   #172
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I sent out the payment for mine today.
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Old 04-25-2010, 14:41   #173
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I installed one today in my G26,G19,and G17. I was lucky as the three Glock parts I pulled out all had wear in their centers, But the parts are stamped and they arn't shaped perfect.
The new ones from Mr. Graham are precise, fit better, and I really like the fact that they extended out the sides a hair more than the factory part, making takedown much easier.
I will report back when I get a chance to shoot them as to changes in accuracy.
I did recenter all three rear sights in their dovetails as all three Glocks shoot to the right for me ( I'm left handed ) and this part is suppose to fix this.
I may have to buy acouple more to drop in the parts box for later projects.
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Old 04-29-2010, 13:36   #174
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This thing is no joke! I'm nailing center mass without much trouble at 25 yards with a G26. Once I buy my G19, this is the FIRST aftermarket part I'm ordering. I'm satisfied with the one in my G26 and I KNOW I will be satisfied with any further purchases. Good job Mr. Graham!
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Old 04-29-2010, 14:14   #175
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I have one in every single one of my glock's now. By far THE BEST glock mod for your money, helps my suppressed glocks be a little quieter and increases accuracy
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