What is an undercut trigger guard?

Undercut, and round-over the rear of the trigger guard where the shooters middle finger rides, allowing for a higher, more comfortable grip on the gun and enhanced recoil control.

What is a Glock undercut?

Undercutting your glock allows you to get a slightly higher grip on the pistol but more importantly keeps you from getting that god awful, hobbit looking, glock knuckle on your middle finger. Nobody enjoys having your trigger guard eat through the side of your finger during a hard day of shooting.

What are Accelerator cuts on a Glock?

Accelerator cuts are triangular cuts placed above the trigger guard where your support hand thumb would fall. They allow you to apply downward torque on the handgun, helping with recoil management.

What is the factory trigger pull on a Glock 19?

5.39 pounds
All full-sized and compact Glocks have a trigger pull measuring approximately twenty-four newtons, or 5.39 pounds, versus twenty-eight newtons of force, or 6.29 pounds of force for smaller, concealed carry Glock handguns.

What is a scallop cut on a Glock?

Scallop Cut – “Ice Cream Scoop” around the magazine release for a more seamless release. Not available for Gen 4/5 firearms due to limited space. Carry Stipple – Regular stipple on the front, and back of the grip. The sides would remain smooth, to avoid snagging skin or fabric.

Can you stipple a Glock?

Stippling can be done in a way that actually makes the firearm look better while still adding the desired effect of making it grippier. It’s your glock and you can do it however you want, but if you are trying to promote stippling, these are not the examples you want to give.

How heavy is a Glock trigger?

The standard Glock trigger pull (with a 5.5-lb connector) runs around 6-7 pounds, but that was WAY too light for some police departments whose officers were sorely undertrained, and had more than several instances of negligent discharges.

Should I change Glock trigger?

The change in shape can help with finger placement and leverage as you pull the trigger. Aftermarket triggers often have polished parts that smooth out the trigger pull, remove some of the gritty feel, and produce a crisper trigger break. One can also change the way a trigger feels by changing trigger spring weights.

What is a double undercut pistol?

The single undercut allows for your primary hand to get a higher grip on the pistol. This will make your grip more comfortable and also help to get a better bore axis. Add in the double undercut to gain a reference point for your support hand and get a better grip every time you draw your Glock.

Is stippling a Glock worth it?

The main considerations boil down to that stippling is a permanent modification. Your resale value is going to plummet, you’ll probably lose warranty, and if you mess up with an unsteady hand, your Glock will look (even more) terrible.

How much does it cost to stipple a Glock 19?

To order, take the upper portion of your Glock off the frame and send the lower portion only (the frame) in for stippling. Applies to all model Glock handguns and Springfield XD handguns. Starting at $85 based on coverage and texture.

Are aftermarket Glock triggers worth it?

Absolutely. For a minuscule investment my Glock 19 feels like a better weapon. I’m more confident with it and my accuracy is much improved due to a shorter and lighter trigger pull. For 13 bucks, it’s hard to pass up.