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JGulley317
March 5, 2012, 05:36 AM
The Glock 26 I have is already a great pistol. Though I was wondering what all kind of custom work can you have done?

Have you had this work done? Where did you have it done at? How much did it cost and are you happy with the quality of the work?

I have a stock Glock 26 and I wouldn't mind tweaking it. This is my first handgun so I'm unsure of what custom work can be done.

Glock owners only please.

Thanks, Gulley

SDC
March 5, 2012, 06:17 AM
It depends completely on what you'd like to change; you can swap out barrels, sights, add a manual safety, change trigger modules, thin or straighten the frame, or wallpaper it with $1000 bills, if that turns your crank. Changing something merely for the sake of changing it makes no sense at all, so the question you need to ask is "what do you need to do with this pistol that it isn't capable of now?". If this is going to be used for CCW, probably the only thing I might add is an Agrip, and put any other money you'd spend on it towards practice ammo.

JGulley317
March 5, 2012, 06:48 AM
No $1000 bills, haha! This handgun is only for CCW and HD now, hopefully in the future it will be a competition handgun when I become a better shooter.

Emuricah513
March 5, 2012, 04:46 PM
http://youtu.be/x7bXDDgg9yA -Nutnfancy Glock Mods

This guy has an awesome video on some very cheap and effective glock modifications for any model. It's about 45 min long so it'd just be easier to watch rather than explain on here. The only mod I have experience with on a glock is the 3 1/2 lb trigger pull which was an easy switch and I loved it.

JGulley317
March 6, 2012, 12:03 AM
Emuricah513, The Glock with the 3.5 lb. trigger pull. Is this your EDC? I'll check the video out. Let me throw some popcorn in the microwave!

Emuricah513
March 7, 2012, 02:58 PM
Yep, I found the 3.5 lb trigger pull made it easier for me to stay on target. I hope the video helped. I realize none of the mods were really big but I comfort and personal ease of use is a big part of the weapon, especially for your EDC.

ClydeFrog
March 12, 2012, 12:20 PM
Here we go again;
For custom Glock services & work, I'd check here; www.Americanpistol.com www.GlockStore.com www.CustomizeyourGlock.com www.Glockbooks.com .
I'd suggest keeping the Glock 26 factory stock. Maybe add some quality 3 dot or Novak type night sights. Ti parts & add-ons are cool too but not really required on a Glock carry pistol.

ClydeFrog

CombustibleLemon
March 12, 2012, 12:41 PM
I have never seen $1000 bills. But rockyourglock.com does a pretty sweet laser etched flame job! I am thinking about getting it on my Glock 17. You can also get custom slide covers and mag floor plates with just about anything you want on them.