Tag Archives: glock

Longtime Friend and Customer

Robin with Bruce Bennett, basepad customer number ONE for Taylor Freelance. The first basepad we made (at Bruce’s urging) was a +8 extension for Open Division Glocks — in his case, a .40. (Hence the original name was the “+8 Floorplate” — it gave +8 in .40, +10 in 9mm) Bruce and Robin were two… Read More »

Radical Cocking Serrations

Radical cocking serrations — when we do cocking serrations, we get after it. We just finished this job on a client’s Glock 43. Grab this thing anywhere ahead of the ejection port, and it grabs you back. The cocking serrations are slanted forward to pull your fingers in — helping you get a more-positive grip.… Read More »