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Pearce Grip Extension

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by verdun59, Jul 2, 2013.

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  1. verdun59

    verdun59 Member

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    Got home from shooting and was cleaning my PM9, when I noticed that with very little effort my PGE would slide forward even though the button is engaged. Of course we all know the results of this ... spring flying away, parts dropping, just a fun time. So my question is has anyone else had this problem, are am I the lucky one. Needless to say I put the original plate back to avoid unintended consequences.
     
  2. VBVAGUY

    VBVAGUY Member

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    Hmmm that is scary. I will have to look at it when I go home as currently my PM9 also uses the PGE and is my daily carry when I am not at work. God Bless :)
     
  3. ku4hx

    ku4hx Member

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    I've got a total of 38 Pearce grip extensions installed and they are all rock solid. They're installed on various Glocks but still ... rock solid.
     
  4. GCBurner

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    Never had a problem with the ones on my Glock or P3AT.
     
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