Blacklist Industries Stainless Steel Extended Slide Lock for Glock

Blacklist Industries Stainless Steel Extended Slide Lock for Glock

Product Code:
BLI-G-ESLOCK
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
$16.99 - $24.99
*

MPN: G-ESLOCK-ARM / G-ESLOCK-SS / G-ESLOCK-TIN

Features:

  • Engineered for maximum finger grip when field stripping
  • Made with Stainless Steel for wear and rust resistant
  • No gunsmithing required
  • Low Profile
  • Work with standard holsters

Specifications:

  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Titanium Nitride (Gold), Stainless Steel (Silver), and Armor (Graphite Black)
  • Weight: 0.07 oz.
  • Thickness: 0.076"
  • Length: 1.162"

Compatibility:

  • Gen 1-4 Glock 17,19,20,21,22,23,26,27,30,34,35

Details:

How many times have you skipped fieldstripping your Glock when it came time to clean it? Be honest now, was it because those slide lock release tabs are aggravating? If you've only run a couple of mags through, just a quick brush down is okay. However, you have to take that thing apart and clean it, or trouble will come. This is precisely where a Glock extended slide lock comes into play.

The Blacklist Glock Extended Side Lock Will Save Your Time

Of course, those release tabs are pretty hard to hang onto, and they're even worse if you have big old hands. Engineers are paid to make things work and to make our lives easier. In this case, I'm afraid they dropped the ball. Blacklist Industries has your solution. The Blacklist Glock extended slide lock will save you time and frustration. This lock gives you just enough surface area to grip, without too much to snag your holster.

Precision Machined Provides A Great Lock Up

On top of releasing the slide, the first purpose of that little thing is to lock the slide. That way your slide doesn't launch right after the shot. If that little slide lock broke, it would be very embarrassing. Well, that's exactly why Blacklist Industries has machined your new Glock extended slide lock from tough stainless steel. This Blacklist slide lock easily releases when you want it to and locks tight when you need it. Replacing the slide lock is easily within your skill-set and, once you get the factory tabs to cooperate, will be done in minutes. How much is your time worth? I wonder how much of it you're going to waste before you get a Blacklist extended slide lock for your Glock?

Write a Review

[ ]