Do you own a Glock?
There is no doubt that the Glock Pistol is a reliable
workhorse for law-enforcement, military and personal protection. However, there
are four areas of the Glock Pistol that anyone with just basic skills can
- Barrels – for accuracy and the ability to safely shoot lead
- Grip Frame – better fit, grip, and reduced felt recoil
- Trigger Pull
To get the most out your Glock you really need to know how
to address each of these areas. Master Pistolsmith, Gene Shuey, has been working
on Glock Pistols for many years, studying, experimenting, and testing different
approaches to enhancing the gun. He creates what one would call â€œfunctional art
in firearms.â€ His Glock Pistols are absolutely beautiful to look at, feel, and hold.
They work flawlessly!
If you are not familiar with Mr. Shuey, he is well known for
building extremely high-end custom 1911 pistols. Entire feature articles have
been written about his work in gun magazines around the world and even in Japan
where they have used his pistols as models to make exotic soft-air copies that
sell for premium prices. About four years ago, Mr. Shuey, after receiving
hundreds of requests, turned all of his creative focus onto Glocks pistols.
Over the years, he has refined his process for converting Glocks into the
finest concealed carry and competition pistols available anywhere. He is now
willing to share with you everything he has learned from spending thousands of
hours working on these guns.
Working with the AGI video production team, Mr. Shuey
developed a simple step-by-step system that will enable you to customize your
Glock the way you want it. Follow along as he shows you the numerous
different sight options currently available and helps you make your choice. He
selects an aftermarket drop-in barrel, installs it, and demonstrates how to
test for proper fit and polish the chamber for reliable feeding. He shows you
how to re-shape the grip frame to enhance your personal feel with a higher grip
which reduces felt recoil. He also shows you how to increase the adhesion of
the grip so that it will not slip when you need it during rapid firing or when
your hands are sweaty, wet, or slippery.
Further, he teaches you how to greatly improve your trigger
pull by installing a lighter trigger connector, springs, and smoothing and
tuning the parts. You also learn how to select and install an approved recoil
spring assembly to reduce felt recoil and improve reliability.
Gene covers how to tune the overall pistol to improve fit,
feel, function and more! This course is over three hours in length and is equal
to sitting down with Master Pistolsmith, Gene Shuey, at his bench for a week
working side-by-side with him in his shop.