A Dual Purpose Grip Plug – The C&H Precision Fast Forward

While polymer firearm pistols have revolutionized the world of defensive and competition shooting, there is always room for improvement. Glock, one of the most recognizable firearms brands in the world, has long been the standard for percussion pistols. They continue to expand their offerings with new generations of firearms. However, one area of ​​room for improvement on Glock firearms is the cavity in the grip.

Many companies have produced grip plugs for a variety of reasons. One of the first reasons is to keep dirt and debris out of the handle cavity. Another reason is that it wastes space and can offer a bit of counterbalance to aid direct and effective shooting or stowage. Lastly, many offer an intricate design to help feed a magazine into the magazine well.

C&H Precision aims to solve all three potential uses with its Speed ​​Feed. Made from polymer, aluminum or brass, the Speed ​​Feed offers exceptional quality. Optimized feed ramp angle for reduced “speed reloads” is built into each model. For law enforcement, competition shooters, and EDC users, C&H Precision also offers a polymer Speed ​​Feed that doubles as a backup battery storage compartment. It can hold a battery as large as CR2032 or as small as CR1225; It can supplement the power of most pistol optics.

For competition and law enforcement shooters, the increased weight in a grip can mitigate some recoil. The brass Speed ​​Feed is precision CNC machined and weighs 1.8 oz, for G19, or 2.6 oz, for G17 frames. If a little less weight is required, the Aluminum model is also available.

Currently, Speed ​​Feed is exclusively available for Gen5 G19 or G17 size frames. For more information on Speed ​​Feed, visit:


C&H Precision Weapons (CHPWS) is a small family owned and operated business serving the shooting community from our store located in Richmond Hill, Georgia. We specialize in handcrafted precision rifles, custom 1911s, pistol slide upgrades, and the design and manufacture of special projects within the firearms industry. All work is done in-house by real gun builders, real engineers and professional shooters.

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