Product Preview: Runner Arms Striker Out Glock Accessory

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posted on May 16, 2019
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Those for whom the trigger-pulling stage of taking down a Glock has always been cause for concern need worry no more. The Striker Out from Runner Arms is an aftermarket slide cover plate for Gen. 5 Glocks (a version for G43s and 48s is promised soon) that allows the removal of the striker through the rear of the slide. Once installed, simply push in on the larger piece of the Stiker Out, slide it down and the striker will come rearward out of the firearm, rending it inert. To reverse the process, simply complete the procedure in the inverse. For more information on this $20 upgrade, check out runnerarms.com.


Original slide cover plate (left); Runner Arms Striker Out (right)





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