Full house gun with scalloping on the frontstrap.
My intention was to give an excellent grip while under physical stress or retention techniques and allow a more relaxed hand to take advantages of the speed issues of those body mechanics plus the ability to adjust the grip while shooting. With hopefully no negatives while carrying concealed from clothing wear or hanging up the presentation.
I am satisfied with the end result. Another worthwhile alternative to checkering, stimpling, scallops or conamids.
This was excerpted from this thread at Pistolsmith.Com.
|Cut high grip||$100|
|Cut horizontal or vertical serrations on top of slide||$100|
|Carry bevel entire gun||$150|
|Install slightly extended magazine release||$35|
|Lower and flare ejection port, front and back||$75|
|Serrate rear of slide (50 lpi)||$100|
|Serrate cocking grooves into front of slide or recontour Springfield frontstrap||$100|
|Serrate steel mainspring housing: 20, 30, or 40lpi||$40|
|Checker front strap: 20, 25, or 30 lines per inch||$250|
|Checker front of trigger guard: 20 or 30 lpi||$75|
|Checker underside of trigger guard: 20 or 30lpi||$75|