GlockWorx, also known as ZEV Technologies, manufactures aftermarket parts for Glock pistols including triggers, magwells, sights, guide rods, springs and slides. They also do gunsmithing on Glock pistols and can modify your Glock’s frame, slide and finish.
They had a number of examples of modified Glocks on display at SHOT Show and I was impressed. They can add a wide range of slide cuts with each type costing around $70. For example, large slide windows cost $75 per side of the slide. These cuts reduce the weight of the gun and are said to reduce the front sight rise of the pistol during recoil … and they look pretty cool.
They can modify the frame/grip in a number of ways. Their most popular package costs $165 and reduces the backstrap angle, reduces the girth of the grip, undercut on the trigger guard, 360 degree grip texture in Silicone Carbide and the removal or reduction of finger grooves. The grips felt good and looked good.