New BattleComp Match Glock Slides

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BattleComp recently posted a few sneak peak pictures of their match Glock slides on their Facebook page. Known for their BattleComp muzzle devices, it looks like they’re expanding their product line to more than just compensators. Their new match slides will be available for Glock 19, 17, 22 and 23 pistols, they’re made out of 416R stainless steel with a melonite finish with cuts for a Trijicon RMR as an available option. Pricing and availability is still TBD. Check out BattleComp.com for more info.

From BattleComp’s Facebook post.

There are no serrations on the top. Top serrations will be an option available directly from ATEi Guns, should you want them

Basically, this is a custom (or semi-custom) product at a production pricepoint, with little or no wait time — and your serialized slide does not need to be sent it for machining, serrating and final finishing.



Ray I.

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  • GunsmithSC

    Why do they never make this kind of thing for the 21? What no 45 love?

  • Vitsaus

    Glock… so perfect that you need a whole new slide.

    • DonDrapersAcidTrip

      Wasn’t aware anyone was being told they absolutely needed this

      • BaconLovingInfidel

        Blind shooters will benefit greatly from the braille cocking “serrations”.

  • Dave

    It’s gonna be more than a stock glock by itself.
    I guarantee it.

  • Wingbert

    ugly

  • clickboom

    My life is now complete.

  • john huscio

    The glock aftermarket is getting rediculous……….is what I said 5 years ago….

  • MR

    A custom piece, available in any color you want, as long as you want melonite, and any texture you want, as long as you want the texture they picked out. But hey, another option in the field can’t be all bad.

  • floppyscience

    I’m sure these will be just as useful and worth the money as BC’s AR compensators.