Robin with Bruce Bennett, basepad customer number ONE for Taylor Freelance.
The first basepad we made (at Bruce’s urging) was a +8 extension for Open Division Glocks — in his case, a .40. (Hence the original name was the “+8 Floorplate” — it gave +8 in .40, +10 in 9mm)
Bruce and Robin were two of the best known “Glock guys” in Northwest Washington at the time (before shooting Glocks was common). Bruce shot as a sponsored shooter for Aerotek while working for the Washington Dept of Corrections, and Robin was writing for Fishing & Hunting News!
GO BIG! PCC shooters, we were listening when you asked us for more! Our new +20 (51+1) kit isn’t just more capacity, it’s more strength, more durability, more features, and easier to clean — at a very competitive price! If you want “pro-level” equipment for PCC, you can’t do better than this!
Radical cocking serrations — when we do cocking serrations, we get after it. We just finished this job on a client’s Glock 43. Grab this thing anywhere ahead of the ejection port, and it grabs you back. The cocking serrations are slanted forward to pull your fingers in — helping you get a more-positive grip. http://taylorfreelancestore.com/glock/slide-cuts/
Great day at the Yakima Steel Classic this weekend. MD Larry Davis put me on the “Super Squad” alongside Aaron Laws and Patrick E. Kelley. Patrick won Limited going away, with Aaron and I in a photo-finish for second — decided on the last shot of the last run! Aaron was faster than me on average, but my gun was more reliable — edging him out in the end. Medaling was great, but even better was seeing TF Sight Block 9mm’s in first and second at one of the top steel shoots in Washington!