Designed to go hand in hand with our GripFix™ Hump Eliminator Jig for Glock® Pistols.
After utilizing the Jig, this back strap is glued (rubberized glue included that was tested for months) and stippled into your frame. It provides you with grip that points more naturally, like a 1911, while retaining the structural integrity of your pistol, as well as Gaston Glock's original intent of leaving a channel for water and dirt to fall out of the trigger housing. No issue of holster fitment issues from after market lowers that may or may not fit correctly in your holsters.
This is made from a specialized nylon composite material that is 3D Printed as a solid part (no internal matrix). When I came up with this idea in 2018, I printed a 2" H x .5W rectangle and screwed it to the top of a fence post. Three winters and summers later in the mountains of Eastern Oregon, it still sits there, unfaded and straight....(shown in video below). It stipples quite similar to factory Glock® material, but of course NOT identical. If you are a pretty gun fan, and can't stand the thought of having a slight material variance in your frame, this is probably not the solution for you. There may be some dremel tool work on your part, as blending the magwell into the various frames will be necessary if you want to make it smoother (compared to factory) to insert a magazine. Glock® frames vary slightly between each and every generation, and even between the same generation, so the final fitment is up to the end user, though we have ton's of options to match up with just about every variation.