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RECOVER TACTICAL 20/20 STABILIZER KIT FOR GLOCK PISTOLS
DESCRIPTION:
The Recover Tactical 20/20 Stabilizer Conversion Kit is the most compact chassis available that converts your Glock pistol into a combat worthy personal defense weapon. You will instantly notice improved stability, increased range, faster aiming, and better accuracy, all while using the same Glock pistol you are comfortable with. Manufactured from high density glass-reinforced polymer keeping the platform lightweight without sacrificing structural strength.

FEATURES:
Ready for use out of the box
Simple installation (see video)
Uses the Guns built in sights, no need to calibrate sights
Compatible with over 40 Glock models
Compatible with multi gen Glocks
Compatible with compensators
Compatible with Red Dot optics
No pistol disassembly or permanent modifications required
Ergonomic no modifications required UCH Charging Handle (or charging can be done using a red dot optic)
Lightweight and compact
Made from glass reinforced polymer
Modular with optional picatinny rail adapters
Increases accuracy
Fully functional with folded armbrace
Compatible with the G7 proprietary holster
Compatible with Umarex and Cybergun officially licensed line of airgun and airsoft Glock pistols

20/20B Kit Includes:

– Stabilizer Frame
– Brace w/Strap
– UCH & GCH17 Charging Handle (low/high profile)

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Not sure how the OP came up with $118? My cart says $99 / free ship and apparently not collecting user tax from WA. Although it says $150 regular price, the normal street price appears to be $99. Not a Deal, but worth posting. I'll get one, once they get to sub $75.

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Hoss, it said 118, your cart said 99, then you figured out it normal goes for 99. Why are you upset exactly. Does learning new things hurt you somehow???

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reading is hard

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