Robin Taylor, owner and founder of Taylor Freelance, explains how a sight block can help your time and accuracy during competition. Video also contains some slow-motion video of the sight block in action.
Take a quick look at this video we did last year. Personally, we still can’t watch it without laughing. Compared to 28 or 29+1, or even 33+1, 41+1 is EPIC.
The 41+1 kit is silly fun in a pistol like my tiny Glock 26, but for a guy with a Lone Wolf AR Carbine, or a Kel-Tec P2000, 41+1 makes a lot of sense. If you’re competing in USPSA’s new “Pistol Caliber Carbine” division with a Glock-fed 9mm AR, this is the only way to go.
Not many people know you can get a TF Glock +10 in red-anodized aluminum. Aluminum is harder on magazines than Delrin, but it lends itself to custom colors and laser-engraving. We particularly like the laser-engraved Gun Point logo shown here. Thanks Felex Yuhtman at Gun Point/American Vintage Gun in Bradenton, Florida for the snapshot!
Many of you know our 170mm Glock extension under it’s old name — the “plus eight”. We’ve upgraded the old “plus eight” many times over the years, and this month, we’re introducing a .40 S&W optimized version. Thanks to some upgrades, today’s model is a +10 — and takes its place alongside a 9mm-optimized +12. No matter what name you use to describe them, ours have been the go-to “big stick” extensions for Glock jockeys for more than 20 years.
The new variants also include the quick-release “Chludenski cut” locking plate — making dis-assembly and cleaning simple.
Despite some ammo-related jams, Hwansik Kim came out on top in his debut match with a TF Sight Block-equipped Glock 22. Currently rated A-limited, Hwansik had to defeat two masters and a Grand Master to earn the win.