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Very interesting. I agree, Not for me either. I wonder if that would be considered a fine motor skill or gross motor skill.
 

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That's a "Must not have". Or, at least "don't need". Oft' quoted: "If a Glock needed that, Gaston would have designed it that way"! LOL
 

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Thanks, but I'll pass. It may serve a purpose for someone, I'm just not that someone. It is always neat to see what people will come up with and market though.
 

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Not for me either.
 

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Not for me either...

I'd put some sandpaper on the slide before I would buy that gizmo...
 

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Saw this in the latest Gun Mag. It's a Hatfield's Tactical Racker for GLOCKs. Not the way I rack the slide so it's not for me but I thought I would share it with the rest of you guys/gals.

http://www.hatfieldsgunsmithing.com/Tactical_Racker.html
Ugly and overpriced? Obviously! But I can see where it may be helpful to some with disabilities that make racking the slide either a painful, or even dangerous action. If this helps someone with a need, then I think it's a good thing. Still though, that price borders on criminal! I understand needing to make a decent profit, but to take advantage of someone with a disability, Grrr...
 
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