Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by RugerRell, Jul 15, 2007.
Welcome to THR. There are many Glock Threads. Do a search and you'll likely find a lot of answers. Congrats on the Glock 17. As Far as wooden grips I'm not sure you're familiar with the gun. I've never seen them on teh polymer frame.
Upgrades can include night sights, different Barrels by companies like Storm Lake, You can have the pistol painted, Grip reduced, barrel custom etched, trigger pull lightened I recommend replacint eh OEM with a #3.5, I would not recommend the NY trigger.
Good luck and happy shooting
For now, try some night sights, more mags and lot's of ammo and see how that works for you.
ENJOY!!! The 17 is one of the best guns out there. I shoot mine more than ever now that ammo costs so much. Those 33 rd. mags don't help though.
Our pistols with the necessary essentials. Pretty much stock, w/ a little bit of trigger work and sights.
You'll be able to find more rabid glocksters and plenty of hotrodded glocks there than you will find here on a more general forum.
steel or aluminum frame for that Glock?
tuned trigger, extended everything.
If you ever find a glock armorer who decides to sell off his gun, jump on it, the whole package cost me 420$
I already had the mags.
I'm hoping you were kidding about the wood grips.
Grips: by Hakan
While you learn to shoot your G17 I would recommend not doing anything to it other than having night sights installed, if your gun will not come with them already installed. My preference is for either Meprolight or Trijicon brands.
Doing some frugal shopping should be able to get you a set for under $80. Check out Glocktalk.com for info and great deals on all things Glock.
Black Majik Those sure are some pretty Glocks - you clearly are not shooting them enough ;-)
Regards and Happy Glockin'
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