I’m not a GLOCK fan. I know they’re probably the most simple, reliable, functional handgun ever made, and I respect them for that. But I respect them from a distance. I’ve never owned one, nor have I desired to. Until I saw this muzzle-to-magwell custom G34 from Glockworx . . .
G34s aren’t that common to begin with, but my pal Cory left no part unmodded in tricking out his 9mm long-slide. All of the parts and work were done by Glockworx/Zev Technologies, and Cory’s more-or-less complete parts list includes:
- Technologies Magwell
- Extended Mag Release
- Dragonfly Cut Slide
- Stainless Recoil Rod/15lb spring
- Fixed Rear Sight with .215 Front Fiber Optic
- Stainless Fulcrum Trigger w/Race Connector
- Competition spring kit
- Stainless Steel Striker
- Taran tactical baseplates (the only thing that’s not from Glockworx)
And here it is in action:
The total cost of Cory’s Total GLOCK Conversion is…uh…lots? The Dragonfly Cut Slide runs a half-G on its own, and all those other race parts don’t exactly grow on trees. But still. Awesome, yes?