Tune-Up Your Glock

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posted on August 2, 2016
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Available for a variety of handguns, the Sprinco USA Glock 19 4th Gen Recoil Management System can extend your pistol’s service life. A secondary-spring assembly is integrated onto a stainless steel, heat-treated guide rod, which cushions the damaging effects of slide-to-frame impact. The reduction of energy transference diminishes muzzle flip for faster sight recovery. 
MSRP: $84.95 
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Converting your G23/32 to 9 mm is as simple as swapping barrels with a Lone Wolf Distributors 9 mm Conversion Barrel. CNC machined from high-grade 416 stainless forgings, its standard rifling allows enhanced versatility for those who wish to shoot lead, plated or jacketed bullets. All you have to do is change out magazines and recoil-spring assemblies to the appropriate 9 mm model. It’s like having two pistols in one. 
MSRP: $99.95 
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CNC milled from 416 steel and featuring a sleek, eye-catching moon-blue PVD coating, the L2D Combat V1 Glock 19 Gen4 Compatible Slide is all about form and function. Its bull-nose muzzle treatment aids reholstering, while ports along the top keep the barrel cool and provide further weight reduction Low-light-optimized fiber-optic sights are included. 
MSRP: $195 
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Make your “bang switch” better with the Apex Glock Action Enhancement Trigger & Gen3 Trigger Bar. A drop-in replacement for the OEM polymer trigger, it considerably reduces overtravel and reset distance. 
MSRP: $99.95 
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A welcome departure from OEM or the ever-present three-dot configuration, the Meprolight R4E Optimized Duty Sight offers a tritium front dot and three reticle-like marks on the rear aperture. These additional vertical and horizontal lines offer enhanced contrast over other configurations for rapid acquisition and alignment in low-light situations. 
MSRP: $158.85 
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