So Yar's talk about making a Glock into a widebody 1911 left me thinking about my latest Glock project: This was my second effort at liking Glocks (my first being a G21... which was a bad place to start). The frame was chopped/stippled/cut/grinded, and molested into what you see above. I also shortened the grip to take 19 mags (which I love... it's the perfect size IMO), added Heinies, Vickers mag release, various weight guide rods, and a plethora of different triggers. I imagine Gaston Glock is probably stroking out as we speak. All was in an attempt to make the gun fit me better, and to achieve that elusive "perfection" that Gaston promised me. I think Glocks are great mechanically, and suck ergonomically (they don't fit my hands, specifically the backstrap/grip angle); the logistics of them is largely unbeatable (which is what keeps drawing me back to them). So after all that, I was left with a cool pistol that I didn't really like (CZ's are better). So I got rid of it. Traded it off today for a Kimber (Pretty much , as I don't really even care for Kimbers). I was curious about the CCF raceframes: http://www.ccfraceframes.com/advantage.php As they show a metal Glock frame with an 1911'ish backstrap, and that idea intrigues me greatly. Unfortunately, I haven't found anyone who will endorse them (and even a few who don't like them). Bummer, as I think the concept is sound. So, I ask you guys... Who worships at the alter Gaston built? Fess' up, and post some pics. Specifically, if any of you have any trick frame mods, or have used the CCF stuff, show me. I want to know about it, because I've tried to like Glocks.... but it just ain't working.