I carry a GLOCK (mostly)…the smaller G43. The only thing about mine that isn’t stock is a TALON grip. I have a great set of XS night sights, but have been too busy/lazy to install them. I’m sure I’ll get around to it some day.

But there’s no law that says you can’t tart up a GLOCK, no matter how many lipstick-on-a-pig comments you inevitably get. Everyday Carrier 1RidgeRunner7┬áhas done some work to his G19, both sight-wise and aethetically. That pseudo-carbon fiber pattern is…interesting. As log as you’re not epileptic.

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  1. In California you are not allowed to carry a “modified” weapon under the conditions of your permit. Although if I kill someone with my permit gun I think I have bigger things to worry about than the aftermarket sights and Talon grips.

    • I have never heard that before. Is that statewide or just based on county? What do they consider “modified”?

      • Because he’s full of shit and has to be the center of attention. Not like he has anything better to do over the weekend.

      • Nothing in state law; since the issuing agencies are unregulated beyond the state requirements
        * not ineligible to own guns,
        * resident inside my geographic authority,
        * has a reason (‘good cause’) that makes me happy,
        * has taken training that makes me happy
        such a restriction would come from the issuer.

  2. Pro Tip – 16 oz. of ‘Monster Energy’ drink just before shooting will wreck your fine motor skills…

  3. Bling a Glock? Like Nickel plated and engraved frame and slide, gold inlays with mastodon ivory grips. Or bling like I glued a flashlight on it. It’s all good as log as I’m not epileptic

  4. I carry the Glock 27. Not modified, I can conceal it IWB. Chambered in .40 S&W. Compact frame helps conceal, very accurate and a big punch.

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