The open glock project moved forward today. Got the slide milled for the doctor sight and the doctor installed. Barsto match barrel fitted and it is tight. Got the window for the slide cut. The material to make the compensator comes in sometime next week. Once the comp is made the rest of the slide will be milled to match the comp (tri flat, front cocking serrations, etc). The sidewinder slide racker will be fitted at that time also. After it's all said and done the slide will go off to be plated (black titanium nitrate oxide). For right now our smith has asked me to chronograph the gun and shoot it for groups so we have a baseline for what the new compensator design does as far as hit on velocity. I ran about 50 rounds through it at Taran Butlers range in the dark just to make sure the gun feed and cycled which it did no worries. The 9 major (124gr @ 1373 fps) was real sharp and snappy without a compensator. My boss also built me a 170mm uspsa legal big stick by cutting down one of my G18 mags and threading and tapping it for a arredondo basepad.