people pay $1400 plus the price of the gun for this snake oil
what does k think of the job that Agency arms does on the pistols.
literally adds nothing to the gun, but god damnit is it pretty.
Gen 4 eliminated the need for stippling
I think that's dumb and ugly and ugly dumb.
The cut out insert is retarded looking.
Tall sights on the back one with no thread barrel looks dumb.
Reminds me of pic related, but the grip looks like someone took a wood burning tool to it to create the stippling effect. The aesthetic isn't very pleasing to my eye.
Should I get a dremel and do it myself? Or take it to a professional?
Malfunctions are common with these things.
If the gun is going to be used to save your life, having it squib is very endangering.
Moot point though, because no one who pays to have this shit done even carries it.
1. Squib don't have shit to do with the gun. Go look up the definition of a squip.
2. Agency Shit aren't dangerous, it just adds ZERO to a fucking Glock.
3. People who falls for this bullshit deserves to get killed when their guns malfunctions anyways.
most work id ever do is upgrade the trigger, maybe the sights and two tone it
how do you guys feel about two tones?
Agency Arms does top notch work on their guns, and if you are looking at a "Custom" Glock, they would be my top pick.
Their grip work is great, and the accelerator cut is my favorite feature on their gun.
The tall sight not he rear gun is for helping with cowitness on the RMR, not for a can.
Removing too much material from the wrong places can affect reliability, but when done correctly, and with a matched spring, the gun will track much faster.
>The tall sight not he rear gun is for helping with cowitness on the RMR, not for a can.
Figured but if you look they don't need to be that tall and what I meant was that for as much as they charge, if they're going to put tall sights on the thing anyway, throw a damn threaded barrel on it.
Do they want to be tacticool or not?
They are actually just about perfect for an RMR.
The tall sights are aftermarket Trijicon, not Agency sights. Also, they don't have a primary focus on threaded barrels, because they are in California where threaded barrels are a no-no.
I understand where the impulse comes from, because I like to tinker with everything, but at a certain point it's like spending a ton of money on a FWD drag car. A Glock has a pre-cocked striker w/o a safety or striker indicator. You can only get the trigger so light to where you can't really EDC carry it safely. At that point you have a range/competition/target gun. If that's what you're after you might as well get an actual target gun.
Upgrade the trigger
Get the slide Cerakoted
Upgrade the sights
Then slap a Surefire on it.
That's all you should ever do. If you got money to blow get the barrel coated in titanium carbide. But nothing else is needed. Don't be a mall ninja
I like what Bore Sight Solutions does to the frame.
I am $450 and one single stage snowblower into this.
Is not snake oil.
LW Disconect. Some ZEV springs (Not the striker spring).
Depends, are you liable to fuck up using power tools? A wooden dowl, some sandpaper, and 30 minutes of your time too much fuss if you are?
Then yeah, send off your gun or take it to a local smith that will do it and throw money at them .
You believe paying a company $500-$600 for snakeoil. Whatever your opinions regarding the VP9 is automatically disregarded. Do your own research, stop believing people on youtube and parroting what they say in a fail attempt to sound smart.
I'm pretty sure I spent more on my Glock 20 than it's original cost, Stormlake Barrel, Fulcrum Trigger Kit, Trijicon sights, etc.
BTW I am not even dismissing Glocks, they are great and reliable guns. I would even go as far to say that they are more reliable than the VP9. Does that make the VP9 not reliable? Fuck not, if you allow one youtuber to change your world view then I guess Agency Arms and Sailent Arms is for you. These companies make thousands of dollars from idiots like yourself.
I don't mind a few spring upgrades, I like night/hi vis sights rack-able on a belt for reloads (ever practice without an arm? It's not all about muh getting shot, not particularly difficult to break a finger/dislocate a joint/etc.) and depending on who's stippling and undercutting job it is I like that too. Lighter slides and red dots I don't like. Triggers are a bit hit and miss, I know mine like the back of my hand
Or you can buy a better striker fired pistol.
>dat 18 rounds
>dat sweet trigger out of the box
>they didnt even match the depth of the rear cocking serrations
0.5/10 - looks like shit
>purposely paying some asshole to grind off that mythril/adamantium Tennifer finish and return it spraypainted
fuck that shit
Bore axis is pretty identical, the Sig just has a 1913 rail instead of the shitty Glock rails that companies need to design their shit around. Also for the same size the Sig can hold 1 more round of 9mm.
Nothing "wrong" per se, but I don't think I'd trust something like an RMR even on a carry gun
*should have noted *carry gun* in first post
I shot a G17 with that ALG mount and an Aimpoint micro, shit was cash though