If a Glock were a car component, it would be a small block Chevrolet. A Glock can do almost anything, and the aftermarket abounds with options. You can actually build a Glock clone that doesn’t have one factory Glock part in it, without much effort. You can spend a fortune in the quest for performance, or just for looks. But what else is true of the firearms industry? Well, unfortunately, 80% of the new add-ons we see every year are gimmicks. They either do nothing or actually degrade performance, and that is just how the game is played. But this week we are looking at something that is actually revolutionary, at least for a certain market segment. Read more . . .