I'm also not a big fan of guns that the polymer frames have been monkeyed with, but I saw this gun over the weekend at a gun-show and am planning to visit them and possibly give my 27 one more chance. They remove the finger groves and undercut the trigger guard enabling you to get more hand on the gun. As hot as the 27 is and me not being able to get a good hold of it, I've never been particularly fond of mine. They're going to allow me to shoot this gun before I drop any money.
Location: 170 Spring Hope Road, Schellsburg, Pa. 15559
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I guess it would depend on what you would be willing to pay someone to do that for you, I know some gun shops are charging over $300.00 to do a DuraCoat job and I think that is to much..I did my own and I think it came out good for the first time..