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And my first attempt at stippling is...not too shabby, as it turns out.

Stock TM frame finally breaks after so many years so this one is quick and dirty to keep down time minimal I didn't even completely knock down the stock texture on front/back straps   This is

My first glock, marui g17 foliage green with the guns modify SAI slide set. Phone picture.  

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Looks sweet Ben. You gonna use that baby for some postal shooting or what? Get off your lazy bum and shoot!!!


The KSC straight frame series are actually some of the few Glocks I never owned or handled. How do you like the way it feels in the hand compared to a regular Glock grip?

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I will probably continue to sit in my very soft chair...and shoot. yeah, I need to shoot a Postal, but I get lazy and hate having someone time me. I should just stump up and buy a Madbull timer.


The straight frame is closer to a 1911 in feel, so I like it more. The large hump on a stock grip makes it uncomfortable for me.

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That aluminum (?) piece on the backstrap feels rather nice in the hand. I still prefer the regular Glock grip, but it's definitely nice looking.


Ben had speculated that the frame was actually a HW material, and I think I have to agree with him. I never weighed them both but you can tell just by picking them up that straight frame is much heavier then the normal G17 frame, and it's not just because of the metal piece on the back of the grip. Plus it has the G19 HW frame feel and texture to it also.


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Also just back from CCW's East, my new TM Glock 26. Just got this from hkssr20det (who was good enough to give me pictures).








Junior, I believe that you got to hand this gun and your full built KSC G26C at the same time. What were your thoughts about how they stacked up/what their main differences were?


Still finalizing the parts list but it should be something like this:


TM Glock 26


Guarder Steel Slide

Guarder Steel Outer Barrel (Bead Blasted)

Guarder Recoil Springs


PDI Piston Head


Nine Ball 6.03mm Tight Bore

Nine Ball Air Seal


KM TN Hi Flow Valve


FireFly Recoil Guide Rod w/ Bearings

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Mmm...at first when I saw the silver slide I thought black would be better but I think silver is probably better!

I suppose if you want a more realistic look black is the way to go.

Really like the look of those new 34s and 35s. About time there was a few more variations available.

I cant bloody wait 'til I get skirmisher status :P

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Finally finished my Glock 17, looks amazing and feels like the real thing.

I'll get some daylight pictures tommorow for you guys.


Original TM G17 courtesy of Hvy gear

Guarder frame courtesy of Grumman

SD silver metal slide

SD magazine base

Guarder steel recoil spring

Guarder 150% hammer spring











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Ok , TM G17 with it's new PPA (Private Parts Airsoft) Glock Plug/Lanyard Hole









TM Night sights (foresight fitted with Tritium insert)

Guarder Aluminium Slide

Guarder Uprated recoil spring


Shortly to receive a Nineball .03 Tightbore , but hoping the Glock plug will speed up my reloads, been looking at IPSC glock stuff recently but no one will ship real steel parts to the UK, this should do the trick instead of a flared Magwell (I hope!) now , where can I find an extended slide release and a compensator...



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Just thought I'd post a couple of pictures of my converted TM G17


Original slide replaced with a Shuey G34 slide

Real Hogue grips

PPA (Private Parts Airsoft) Glock Plug/Lanyard Hole, to help ease mag loading

Uprated return spring and guide rod

6.01 inner barrel

Very acurate, especially with Insight M6 laser attached




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