The Only 3 Glock Accessories You Really Need

James Reeves
by James Reeves

The Only 3 Glock Accessories You Really Need! James Reeves dives deep to uncover the only three Glock accessories that are truly worth your investment. Filmed in part at the legendary Glock Headquarters in Austria and featuring real-time demonstrations alongside U.S. and Austrian Special Forces, this video is packed with expert insights and real testing.

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James Reeves
James Reeves

Owner, Neutral Ground Gun Co. NRA/Louisiana State Police certified concealed weapons instructor, 2012-present Maxim Magazine's MAXIMum Warrior, 2011 TFBTV Executive Producer Champion, Key West Cinco De Mayo Taco Eating Competition Lawyer Instagram: gunshorts Twitter: @jjreeves

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  • Old Gringo Old Gringo on May 20, 2024

    I am underwhelmed. I carried a Glock 19 as a duty gun and personal gun since June 1990. I have others but still carry that one sometimes daily. The only modification an experienced shooter needs is night sights. I have killed many critters with the one Glock 19 and it has save my life twice in hand to hand encounters. I have only two rules for Glocks. Take them apart and clean them every 5,000 rounds, and never fire reloads or cast bullets in them. People who worry about accidental discharges with Glocks should not carry a pistol. They should carry revolvers or some other platform. Handguns do not have accidental discharges, people have them. A proper holster and proper brain-set and it is not an issue. Nobody including military actually uses speed reloading after firing 15 rounds. Show me a case, I am retired military and worked 4 law enforcement jobs.

    If you have weak hands the performance trigger may matter, but for a person with a strong grip the difference is minimal. For a strong person, most triggers can break like glass, weak hands and you feel every little flaw in a trigger and people with weak hands often describe the standard Glock trigger as mushy. Teaching CCW since 1996, I often advise people to spend as much time strengthening their fingers with those little finger exercisers as the do dry firing. Precision muscle movement only comes with repetition. I agree with Clint Black on Glocks, leave them alone, modify the shooter.

  • NeoBlackdog NeoBlackdog on May 21, 2024

    I sure hope they plan to release a Performance Trigger that'l fit in Gen 3 models. I've got a 23 and a 35 I'd put one in.