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Tyrant Designs CNC NEW Glock Extended Slide Release

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (03/30/2020) – Tyrant Designs CNC, LLC is proud to debut our Glock Extended Slide Release for Pre Sale! Introducing the first ever Glock Extended Slide Release to be CNC Machined! Made from 6061 Aluminum and hardcoat anodized our drop in replacement Glock slide stop is the perfect upgrade for you pistol.

Our Glock extended slide release adds surface area and a raised texture that greatly improves usability for all! It is the perfect upgrade for conceal carry AND competition. Never again will your thumb slip while manipulating your Glock slide release!

One of the main flaws of the Glock Factory release lever is that it offers very little surface area and/or texture. This results in the operator occasionally slipping when attempting to manipulate the lever. Our Glock slide release offers an extended AND raised surface area to ensure easy manipulation of the Glock slide. It is easy to install, functions great and looks fantastic! Currently available for pre sale is;

Models: Glock slide stop lever Option 1

For Generation: Gen 2-4

For Gun Model: 17 19 22 23 24 25 26 27 31 32 33 34 35

Caliber: 9MM, .45, .357

Available in Black, Red, Grey, Blue, Gold, or Machined Aluminum for $27.95 with a Lifetime Warranty. Now available for pre purchase with an estimated ship date of April 30th, at www.tyrantcnc.com. Stay tuned for the launch of their Gen5, as well as 42, 43, 43x/48 versions as well!

One Response to “Tyrant Designs CNC NEW Glock Extended Slide Release”

  1. Mike says:

    The machined slots may provide “added grip” in the front-back direction, but a slide stop requires grip in the up-down direction (perpendicular to their current orientation).

    Chamfered engagement surfaces don’t make for easy access, although they might make for a “smooth” (as in slippery) feel.

    Positive engagement requires level, not chamfered surfaces. You point to increased surface area, but what matters is surface area perpendicular to the [downward] force vector, which is minimized by the chamfers. You wouldn’t trust a chamfered-top jack to lift your car, would you? The moment you applied force, it would tend to slip off to the side – just like a sweaty or gloved thumb on this slide stop. I’m sure it will be an improvement on the factory original (which is also too rounded / angled, but smaller) – just not as optimized as it could be.