We took Gaston Glocks "C" series concept and
made it better by integrating the porting into a kick-ass slide design.
Welcome to the first Slide Cut that actually improves weapon function
and reduces recoil impulse by taking the "snap" out and leaving only the
The barrel is back bored to create an expansion chamber that allows
the bullet to pass thru freely thru the port area aka the port chamber.
This eliminates catching a facial of sharp hot jacket to the face. Joe
took a bukakke of hot lead to the face during conception of the idea.
Each series has a port size and design comparable to the barrel length.
For the slide the front sight is moved
back to allow for the "compensation cut". We don't call it a compensator
because compensators are attachments and this is not an attachment, so it remains California compliant.
the G19 and G17 sizes. The G17 sight radius goes to about a G19, and
the G19 sight radius goes to about a G26. The G26 stays the same.
The small holes in the front of the slide are key to the distribution and diffusion of excess gas.