Glock Custom Pistol Enhancements at Wilson Combat

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posted on August 18, 2017
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For the first time, shooters can take advantage of Wilson Combat custom pistol enhancements for Glock that include numerous Armor-Tuff coating color options, tactical sights, match-grade barrels, slide performance modifications and their all-new signature Starburst polymer frame stippling. Wilson Combat has partnered with select aftermarket parts manufacturers for trigger parts and is now offering several grades of trigger modifications that will suit shooters of all skill levels. This custom work is available across all calibers of Glock Gen 3 and 4 handguns. Each modification has a defined, performance-enhancing purpose. 






Glock owners can send their pistols to Wilson Combat for the Glock custom work for modifications performed quickly by their pistolsmiths with the same care and precision as their renowned 1911 and AR custom work. As time allows, select Glock complete custom guns will be available for direct purchase online at shopwilsoncombat.com.


Available Enhancements
-Radius Muzzle
-Front Cocking Serrations
-Slide Stop Serrations
-Magazine Release
-Slide Stop
-Speed Chute
-Laser Grip Stippling
-Fulcrum Trigger
-Double High Cut Trigger Guard
-Slide Engraving
-Armor-Tuff/Combat-Tuff Finishes
-Lasered Wilson Combat Logo

For more information visit wilsoncombat.com

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