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CCF Raceframe for Glock

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ahpd1992, Mar 18, 2009.

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  1. ahpd1992

    ahpd1992 Member

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    anyone use one currently. I have a guy looking to sell his, it has the 1911 grip on the frame and man does it point nicer than any other Glock or XD Ive ever held. I like the extra weight of the gun w/ the steel frame. So before I decide if I buy it or not does anyone on this forum have one that can give me their thoughts or opinions.

    Thanks in advance
    Tom
     
  2. David E

    David E Member

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    I hear those frames have had a LOT of problems.

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  3. Quack

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    The other question is why is he selling it? Problems?
     
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    So, I have to ask, why don't you just get a 1911?
     
  5. Dan Crocker

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    Does it really have a 1911-type grip? The photos I've seen all just have a flat backstrap and people say 'Look-it's got the 1911 grip angle!' Makes me wonder...
     
  6. ahpd1992

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    A lot of one line responses:

    he's selling it because his department wont let him carry a "modified weapon"

    Im not getting a 1911 because I think they are fine well designed handguns, but I already have a Glock, and 1911's cost a lot more than the frame.

    The flat backstrap make the gun feel much like a 1911

    Have I answered all of your questions?

    Now, does anyone else out there have any experience with this setup?
     
  7. Dan Crocker

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    I called my friend who has one. He doesn't like it at all. Complains that it's everything that a Glock shouldn't be and regrets buying it. But if you like it and it works for you, go ahead and get it.
     
  8. ahpd1992

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    Thanks Dan, I havent decided yet what I want to do, its an interesting idea just like the Glock was when it was 1st introduced. I guess I hafta figure out what the advantage is if there is one
     
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    I wish I had shot it when I had the chance so I could give you my impressions, but I haven't!
     
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    I am looking at getting one for my Glock 19. It seems it combines all the things I like in a handgun; Steel frame, 1911 ergonomics, Glock simplicity. Seems like I can't go wrong. Its been awhile since this thread was on the front page. Anybody had anymore experience with this setup since?
     
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