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8 Best Custom Glock Clones: Glock 19 Alternatives

We dive into the best Glock clones on the market to help you decide if one of these custom Glock 19 competitors is right for you!

    Which polymer-framed pistols have reigned supreme since the 1980s?

    I don’t have to tell you; it’s Glock.

    Glock G19 Gen 4
    Glock G19 Gen 4

    Over 60% of the American police force carry Glocks. SOCOM carries Glocks, and numerous international police and military forces all choose Glocks.

    They are also extremely popular in the hands of concealed carriers, home defenders, and competition shooters.

    But as Glocks grew in popularity, so did their aftermarket.

    Completed P80 Glock 19
    You can even build your own

    Recently that same aftermarket has become so big and expansive that these same companies are now producing Glock clones.

    Yep, the design has spread like wildfire, and Gaston’s plastic fantastics are no longer just made by Glock.

    Gaston Glock
    Gaston Glock — he doesn’t look too worried.

    So, of course, we had to dive further into the clone phenomena.

    We’ll run you through why you might want a Glock clone (or not) and also give you some recommendations on which ones are best if you’re in the mood to buy.

    Keep reading to learn more.

    Summary of Our Top Picks

    1. Best Out of the Box Clone

      Shadow Systems MR920

      Everything you need out of the box, great for various hand sizes, flat shooting

    2. Best Ergonomics

      Lone Wolf LTD19 V2

      Feels fantastic, nice ergonomics, great features that are worth the price tag

    3. Best Budget Clone

      Polymer80 PFC9

      Good price tag with enough features to keep things interesting

    4. Best Plug and Play Clone

      FX-19 Hellfire Compact Pistol

      Faxon makes a ton of accessories so you can upgrade this as you want to get a more custom feel

    5. Best Modular Clone

      ZRO Delta One

      Modular frame design so it's like having multiple guns in one

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    Why a Glock Clone?

    Glock clearly makes excellent pistols, so why would you ever want a clone?

    Well, Glock is a behemoth of a company. And like behemoths, they are slow to move and adapt.

    We saw the aftermarket continuously upgrade the Glock platform, pushing the design — from high-end race guns to perfected defensive firearms.

    Glock Upgrades
    That Glock aftermarket is booming!

    A Glock clone allows you to buy the Glock-style pistol with the features you want.

    Instead of buying a Glock and then spending double the money to cut the slide for an optic, add suppressor height sights and a threaded barrel, drop in a nice trigger, tweak the magwell, etc., you can just…buy it the way you want.

    All Tested Glock Triggers
    Upgrade those triggers if you want!

    Honestly, it’s cheaper to buy a fully customized Glock than to customize a stock Glock piece by piece.

    When you start looking at clones, you’ll realize some people might not want a Glock but want the reliability, simplicity, and parts availability associated with the build.  

    As such, the Glock clone market gives you a not a Glock with Glock compatibility.

    Clones allow for upgrades that Glock fans want that the company refuses to release.

    A Glock Clone can give me a dedicated optic footprint not reliant on the less-than-stellar Glock MOS system.

    Also, maybe you want a better grip angle, an undercut trigger guard, an enhanced beavertail, and the like…well, then a Glock clone is the only way to do that.

    11. Two Glock 19s


    But nothing is without a downside, clones included. The biggest issue with a Glock clone is that it doesn’t have the factory support a standard Glock does.

    If your OEM pistol breaks, Glock can easily fix the problem and ship it back.

    Home Defense Glock G19
    This breaks? No prob, send it back to Glock.

    With a clone, you’re at the mercy of smaller/boutique companies that can’t always match Glock’s lead times.

    That and clones are often a generation or even two generations behind Glock OEM pistols.

    This leads to Glock clones lacking the stock OEM features of the current Glock generation.

    Best Glock Clones

    1. PSA Dagger

    Palmetto State Armory entered the world of Glock clones in 2020 with the Dagger.

    Essentially, it’s a Glock G19 Gen 3 but heavily modified and upgraded from the standard Glock format.

    PSA Dagger Right Side
    PSA Dagger

    A compact build, it’s well-suited for both concealed carry and home defense.

    The frame features a heavy-duty grip texture that’s beyond aggressive in its stippling, while the slide offers melted corners for more comfortable concealment.

    It also sports front and rear slide serrations.

    PSA Dagger Rear

    PSA improved the ergonomics of the Glock by including an undercut under the trigger guard, a more aggressive beavertail, and a massive magazine release.

    They did all of this on a pistol they sell for a mere $300!

    PSA’s Dagger provides an affordable Glock option full of features for a very low price point.

    PSA Dagger Glock Extended Mag
    PSA Dagger with Glock extended mag

    The biggest downside is that PSA seems continually sold out of these pistols – so it’s going to take some time before they are easy to find.

    Best Budget Glock Clone
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    Want more info on the Dagger? Check out our full review.

    2. Shadow Systems MR920

    Gucci Glocks have become one of the most common Glock configurations, and the Shadow Systems MR920 embraces that.

    Shadow Systems’ MR920 ships with all the features and add-ons you could ever want. These pistols are Glock 19-sized and come factory ready for gettin’ Gucci.

    Shadow Systems MR920

    First, they offer an optics cut compatible with most major optic brands without the need for plates.

    The optics cut is optional, but if you step into 2021, you can rock a Holosun, Trijicon, Vortex, or Leupold optics.

    Its frame is built around user control with an aggressive beavertail, a dynamic trigger undercut, and a very aggressive grip texture.

    Handgun Grip Women Shadow Systems MR920

    Not to mention, the slide features its own serrations for easy racking and press checks.

    Obviously, Glock’s crappy plastic sights are tossed — these guns wear Ameriglo sights instead.

    The MR920 takes Glock mags, and to make shoving those mags faster into the gun Shadow Systems includes a massive magwell for speed reloads.

    Shadow Systems MR920 and Glock G19
    Shadow Systems MR920, left, and Glock G19, right.

    From top to bottom, the Shadow Systems MR920 comes complete with all the Gucci features most Glock owners want, making it one of the best out-of-the-box Glock clones on the market.

    Best Out of the Box Clone
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    If the standard MR920 isn’t your style, Shadow Systems has a plethora of other flavors that might work better. So check out our reviews on the MR920L, XR920, and DR920.

    3. Lone Wolf LTD19 V2

    Lone Wolf was one of the O.G.s of Glock aftermarket parts and pieces. So, it makes sense they would dive into Glock clones eventually.

    The LTD19 V2 predictably uses the oh-so-famous Glock 19 frame and slide size to create a compact pistol.

    Lone Wolf’s design goal was to make the pistol extremely lightweight and ergonomic, and the LTD19 V2 shaves off almost 5 ounces of Glock baggage. This ultimately creates a lighter, thinner pistol.

    Does the Timberwolf frame look a little odd at first? That’s because it’s noticeably thinner than the original Glock 19 frame.

    This reduction in bulk makes the pistol more ergonomic and is especially notable for those with smaller hands.

    Don’t worry; the Lone Wolf LTD19 V2 features a generous undercut for a nice high grip to accommodate XL-sized hands and increase control.

    An extended beavertail lets you choke up and not get slide bite. As a guy with big hands, Glocks also take a bite out of me.

    The Lone Wolf LTD19 V2 comes with a low-profile magwell, an enlarged magazine release, and an enlarged slide stop.

    It’s an ergonomic powerhouse from one of the oldest Glocksmiths.

    Best Ergonomics
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    If you want another option, check out our review of the previous generation — the LTD 19 V1.

    4. Polymer80 PFS9/PFC9

    Polymer80 made its bones in the 80% lower market and turned heads with its Glock 80% frames.

    And the company spun that into a successful line of complete pistols utilizing the famed P80 Glock frames.

    Polymer 80 PFC9
    Polymer80 PFC9

    The PFS9 and PFC9 represent the full-size and compact variants, respectively.

    Both opt for a P80 frame, notable for being more ergonomic than the stock Glock frame.

    Its grip features a massive undercut in the trigger guard and aggressive beavertail to maximize control and improve comfort.

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    Also, the grip texture feels extremely aggressive with a scalloped magazine release for easier activation.

    The frame also follows the same grip angle as a 1911 with a bit straighter frame design.

    It’s personal preference, but many folks prefer that more ‘American’ angle on their pistols. (I’m one of them.)


    The PFS9 and PFC9 also feature an actual Picatinny rail in spec and not Glock’s own weird OEM rail.

    Internals are Gen 3 parts, and most are compatible with aftermarket Glock goodness. However, there isn’t much I’d change.

    The flat-faced trigger is very nice, as are the steel rounded sights. At a relatively affordable price point of $550, the Polymer 80 pistols make a budget-friendly alternative to Gaston’s Glock.

    Best Budget Clone
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    Read our review of the PFC9 here!

    5. Alpha Foxtrot AF-C Forged Pistol

    The more things change, the more they stay the same.

    Glock wasn’t the first polymer frame pistol, but they were the first successful polymer frame pistol.

    Might not have been the first polymer pistol, but it’s one of the most memorable.

    Somewhere along the way, people decided to hell with that and designed a metal frame Glock clone.

    The Alpha Foxtrot AF-C Forged Pistol utilizes Alpha Foxtrot forged frame with their custom slide to create one interesting Glock design.

    Alpha Foxtrot makes 1911s, and you can tell that by the styling of the AF-C.

    The grip angle looks almost identical to a 1911, with an improved extended beavertail and retro-future vibe.

    Alpha Foxtrot AF-C

    Its frame also features gas pedals to reduce recoil and improve control.

    Unlike a polymer frame, these gas pedals are more than just cuts but rather forged pedals allowing for more pressure and, therefore, more control.

    On the outside, this is clearly a custom Glock. But, unlike other custom Glocks, it’s a bit more practical in its design.

    No crazy lightening cuts, massive holes in the slide, or similar slots, notches, or tabs. It’s perfect for defensive use and more than capable in that role.

    Adopting a Glock 19 size, it’s carry-friendly. However, expect more weight with the metal frame than the classic polymer frame.

    Lots of people still like metal-framed pistols, but they want Glock reliability and parts compatibility.

    If this sounds like you, then the Alpha Foxtrot AF-C might work for you.

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    6. Faxon FX-19 HellFire Compact Pistol

    Faxon is well known — mostly for the ARAK 21, awesome barrels – but go ahead and add the FX-19 to that list.

    As you’d expect, the FX-19 is a Glock 19-sized clone, but it’s built from the ground up to embrace the Gucci Glock theme.

    FX-19 Hellfire
    FX-19 Hellfire

    The frame is a collaboration between Faxon and Polymer80 — a custom rig using a special PF940C frame.

    Its grip texture feels aggressive, and the high undercut trigger guard allows for a high grip. All the while, the beavertail continues to reinforce that nice high grip.

    You still get a Picatinny rail, making light and laser additions a bit easier.

    The FX-19 HellFire Compact Pistol comes with a heavily customized slide featuring lightening cuts. These cuts reduce weight and recoil via mass reduction.

    FX-19 hellfire top
    FX-19 Hellfire, top

    Optics cuts come standard, and the mount fits the Trijicon RMR and similar optics.

    To back that optic up, you get a set of suppressor height sights for easy co-witnessing.

    Don’t forget the threaded barrel for compensators or cans. Rounding out the features, the Overwatch Precision trigger gives a light and smooth pull.

    Johnny and Hellfire

    When you want a plug-and-play customized Glock clone, the FX-19 fills that gap.

    No need to gather parts and play amateur gunsmith when Faxon can do it for you.

    Best Plug and Play Clone
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    Check out our review of the Faxon FX-19 Hellfire here, or give it a rating below!

    Readers' Ratings

    5.00/5 (780)

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    7. ZRO Delta One

    What if you wanted a Glock for every occasion but also only wanted it to be one pistol?

    Well, then the ZRO Delta One has you covered.

    This engineering marvel starts as a compact Glock clone but can transform via ‘conversions’ to a Glock of any size and design.

    ZRO Delta One

    Like the Sig Sauer P320, the ZRO Delta One uses a fire control unit that acts as the firearm portion.

    Shooters then customize their modulus to whatever they want it…and I mean whatever.

    It’s not just swapping slides but swapping dustcovers, backstraps, magwells, and more.

    The frame can grow from a Glock 19 to Glock 17 with a specific magwell or go full gamer with a massive magwell for the faster funnel of reloads.

    We like options! (Photo: ZRO Delta)

    You can even move from a Glock 19 size to Glock 34!

    We get all the necessary upgrades, including an optics cut, an undercut trigger guard, a beavertail, steel sights, and so on.

    Oh, did I mention the frame is also made from metal?

    That said, this is a very expensive gun…a nice gun, but an expensive one.

    While it’s not for everyone, it’s a truly beautiful and functional feat of engineering.

    Best Modular Clone
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    8. 80% Arms GST-9

    If you really want something custom built for you…by you…then you might want to pick up the 80% Arms GST-9.

    GST-9 when completed

    This is an 80% Glock build, meaning it’s not a fully functioning firearm, but with some know-how and some time, you actually build the gun yourself.

    80% Arms offers lots of features and customizations, so you can fine-tune it how you want.

    80% Arms GST-9 Parts
    80% Arms GST-9 Parts

    It might seem intimidating to DIY, but 80% Arms includes everything you need in the pistol build kit. We promise, it’s not as scary as it seems!

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    We’re sure you’re wondering…is this legal? In most parts of the U.S., it is, but definitely check your local laws before buying.

    Also worth noting, the ATF cracked down on these kits and no longer allows the jig — the part that helps you finish the gun — to be sold with the frame. So you will have to buy them in separate transactions.

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    Our very own Johnny B put one together and really enjoyed his time with it. You can read his review here!

    Final Thoughts

    Glock Clones are almost a dime a dozen these days. Every year it seems like more and more companies introduce new clones.

    Shadow Systems MR920 and Glock G19
    Shadow Systems MR920 and Glock G19

    Let’s face it; Glock is clearly on the way to becoming the AR-15 of the handgun world, and why not?

    They are reliable with a modern design, extremely simple to use, and easy to work on or fix. It’s unlikely we’ll see the world of Glock clones slow down anytime soon.

    So, what’s your favorite Glock clone? Let us know below! If a clone won’t do and you need the real deal, check out our recommendations of the Best Glocks or customize your Glock with the Best Glock Upgrades.  

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    • Commenter Avatar

      I duty carried Glock 17 for years. I can’t even venture a guess as to how many rounds I put through it. Never a failure but always cleaned . I have a 26 and 43x with same results. My HK 40 was an excellent gun also. My H&K VP9 SK has a much better trigger but terrible sights. The 43x is a bit more compact so that is my EDC. Reliability is key for me. If the gun doesn’t fire you may as well carry a brick. Glock was the game changer in handguns. You may copy it but you will probably sacrifice reliability.

      July 13, 2023 6:07 pm
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      Michael Phillips

      I'm not quite sure why you described the ZRO Delta One as an expensive gun, which it is, but not the FX-19 ($200 more). I don't think I'd spend that much on a fancied-up Glock. I'd rather spend it on training to use the pistol more effectively.

      July 10, 2023 9:43 am
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      John Gault

      I've found my plain old Springfield XD9 to be an excellent bang-for-your-buck G19/1911 mashup clone.

      July 9, 2023 8:55 pm
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      Chuck Cochran

      I wasn't and still am not a Glock Fan, from when the G17 first hit the market, always because of their crappy trigger. It took Glock Four Generations to address the problem, and though the 5tg Gen Triggers are improved, they're still not that good.
      What was one of the very first After Market Parts offered for the Glock? A better trigger.
      Other than that, I've no other major complaints about their design.
      I purchased a G17 in 1984, a year later, I sold it because the trigger sucked so badly.
      I've heard that many of the clones address that deficiency from the start, but I've not handled one to confirm that.

      July 9, 2023 8:43 pm
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      If you’re on a tight budget, buy a Glock. If you can splurge you will really enjoy an Sig much more. I own a P226 Navy Seals and a P238 and they are both fantastic. Incredible quality. It’s like a Porsche vs a Toyota. The Toyota works, but it’s not the same experience.

      July 9, 2023 8:02 pm
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        Robert Keller

        Sigs are overpriced and just a trouble prone as some much cheaper, less reliable brands. Sigs have a major "snob" factor to them mostly. IF I wanted "better", I'd got with Canik or IWI although neither are "Glock Clones". In alot of ways, you're buying the "Glock" name and as long as they can provide municiple governments with mass purchase deals, they'll remain a Name Brand. I find them "cheap feeling" though. The two aforementioned brands (Canik and IWI) along with a CZ 01 or P75b would be my choices in a quality firearm

        July 13, 2023 10:39 am
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      Dale Ross

      Glocks are not but over priced cheap plastic guns and you should be ashamed of yourself calling them" The gold standard". 60% of PD's do NOT carry Glocks. SOCOM does NOT carry Glocks. Glocks are all sizzle and no steak junk. Deal with it.

      July 9, 2023 7:27 pm
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        Gene Rudy

        I'll be as nice as I can.....you sir, are entitled to your opinion.... I however do not wish to adopt your opinion as my own.....deal with that

        July 9, 2023 11:45 pm
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      William Geiger, Jr.

      I was not aware of PSA's offerings in G19 clones. I may have a hard time deciding which I want, and per their web page, most are currently in stock! Thanks for opening up my eyes to these Glock alternatives! Unbelievable that they can offer a complete well optioned Glock 19 clone handgun for $400ish! I am going to buy one just to compare to my many MUCH more expensive (and upgraded) Glocks. Thanks!

      July 9, 2023 6:44 pm
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      Monte Walsh

      Interesting article until I got sidetracked by a pop up ad selling 12 gauge double barrel pistols….

      July 9, 2023 6:31 pm
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      Jack Lipkins

      A Glock 19G3 was my first handgun and is still my go-to. I've had it for about 15 years. It's an engineering marvel and I still use it all the time. That's because Glock customer service is unsurpassed. On a few occasions I returned the gun to Georgia to correct an issue. Each time, the gun was promptly returned -without charge- beautifully clean and in perfect working order. I'm sure all these others are fine weapons, but to me customer service is the proof of the pudding.

      July 9, 2023 6:19 pm
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      I'll take my Springfield Armory XD Mod2 service or my XD mod2 never fail and 15 rnds of 45. Glock is the Walmart copy

      July 9, 2023 6:04 pm
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      I'll take my old Browning Hi-Power over all this junk, anyday!

      July 9, 2023 5:53 pm
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      If Glocks didn't need so many things tweaked or adjusted from the factory there wouldn't need to be so much aftermarket support.

      July 9, 2023 5:42 pm
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      another honorable mention is the Bul Armory Axe, the Cleaver and the Tomahawk models.

      October 29, 2022 9:28 am
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      Dick Beutel

      I fired 2 shadow firearms MR-920 and DR-920 loved them both bought a XR 920 same as a glock mod 45 put a Riton red dot on it, now my EDC firearm. It is faster on follow up shots, next purchase is full size shadow. By the way i am a glock guy own many of them, that's what our dept was issued.

      July 10, 2022 11:15 pm
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      Kimber micro 9 STG. 7 WITH ONE IN. LIGHT!! GREAT GRIP!!

      July 10, 2022 7:13 pm
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        Lou Sassle

        Yah, I wanna trust my life to a Kimber Jamatic.
        Hard Pass

        January 29, 2023 1:56 am
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      Steven Fine

      Somehow the message I wrote months ago is not listed. My issue then and my issue now is why include a gun that is perpetually unavailable, the PSA Dagger Compact 9mm Pistol?

      August 9, 2021 9:15 pm
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      Brian Perro

      I just bought my first pistol after looking at several, and when I saw it and held it, I had to have it. It’s the Beretta APX. Not sure why it’s not on this list.

      August 9, 2021 2:06 pm
      • Commenter Avatar

        The Beretta APX isn't a clone of a Beretta APX, it is a Beretta handgun. The article is about clones.

        August 10, 2021 3:33 am
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          Virtually all modern striker fire guns are glock clones

          January 29, 2023 10:07 am
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        Andrew Key

        Because its not a glock clone clearly

        May 17, 2022 10:28 pm
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      The Canik TP9SF is also a good Glock alternative and has a great trigger.

      August 9, 2021 7:17 am
    • Commenter Avatar

      In this era of ammo shortage, I want to thank Pew Pew for leaving out the out the .40. The G23 is the 19 in .40. Much appreciated.

      August 8, 2021 8:45 pm
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      Chase Nichole

      If you’re in this market, also consider the STK100 by Rock Island Armory.

      August 8, 2021 7:04 pm
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      Lots of clones, but only one caliber. What if you want a .40, .45, 10mm? Got to go with a Glock or 1911.

      August 8, 2021 5:21 pm
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      I think the PSA Dagger, all things considered for a basic gun and for the price, is the best deal on the list.

      I've got one of the first ones made and of course they were delayed so it was a while before I got it. To make matters right for waiting so long I was offered a refund but decided to wait and now am glad I did because I got the offered "apology" package of an upgraded threaded barrel and a stripped AR lower completely free for waiting.

      I like mine. Some people reported they had problems feeding when the magazines were at full capacity at 15 +1 but solved their problem by going to 14 +1. I never experienced that with mine except one time and it hasn't happened again since. And of course there are the usual "haters" that grumble about it. But I've put several hundred rounds through mine so far and its been a solid performer.

      When they get back in stock I'm going to order another one for my wife. My wife likes it. But like I said, all things considered for a basic gun and for the price its the best deal on the list.

      August 8, 2021 11:21 am
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        It got pointed out to me I need to clarify this:

        "Some people reported they had problems feeding when the magazines were at full capacity at 15 +1 but solved their problem by going to 14 +1. I never experienced that with mine except one time and it hasn't happened again since."

        What I meant was that I only experienced it one time by trying to go with 15 +1.

        I normally do not go with 15 +1 but tried it that time, 'cause 14 +1 is what I normally use. I never experienced that 15 +1 thing again because I went back to my normal 14 +1.

        sorry for any confusion.

        August 8, 2021 1:48 pm
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        Steven Fine

        I always appreciate the guns that PSA offers and have been looking forward to owning a PSA Dagger. However it is never available. I have been on the notification list for many months and never saw one available. Are they even considering making them anymore?

        August 9, 2021 9:17 pm
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      That Shadow Systems MR920 Elite... lets just say they were really generous with that grip real-estate. You need to have some big hands.

      August 8, 2021 11:00 am
      • Commenter Avatar

        Agreed. Which is just one of many reasons I love mine so much.

        It's nice to see them represented here at PPT

        August 9, 2021 6:27 am
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