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Anyone have a Robar-modded Glock?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 1KPerDay, Apr 5, 2007.

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  1. 1KPerDay

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    How's the trigger?
     
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    Maybe you should post it on Glock Talk. I'd like to hear the answer.
     
  3. Sundles

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    Yes my wife has a Mod. 23. Robar does some good tuff to Glocks, including the grip reduction.
     
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    I just got to check out a Robar'ed G30... fit my hand like a glove. It had their grip reduction, textured grip, 'beavertail' extended back behind the slide (not sure if i like how it looks, but sure feels good), forward slide serrations, trigger guard rounded/shaped/textured, etc.

    Pointed completely naturally for me. Brought it up, and the sights were lined up perfectly. With my G23 I have to consciously bring the nose down.

    It was the first G30 I've handled... and it was larger than I expected. Pretty much a mid-sized service pistol, rather than a subcompact. The slide and frame are pretty thick.

    The trigger, however, seemed terrible. It was lighter than my stock G23 up to a point, then got stiffer and the break was sort of mushy. I was just dry-firing it so it may not be so noticeable when actually shooting.

    Is that typical of glocks that have had their trigger springs swapped?

    I much prefer the stock one if so... it's a firmer pull but it feels more consistent to me. I also don't know if the trigger was actually done by Robar or if the PO worked on it.
     
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