For those who have asked:
These are the parts not used from a stock Glock to build this thing.
If you did everything correctly you have this:
The barrel to slide, barrel to frame, slide to frame and trigger assembly to slide all have to be hand fit at this level. It requires cut, polish trial fit and start over. Taking off too much metal is bad news. The pick up bolt on the bottom of the slide has to be fit as well to insure correct feeding. You have to decide on single stack or double stack magazine. Single stack mags allow for the tightest chamber.The chamber has to be finish cut and the ramp tuned and polished for exit angle and bullet shape. This isn't the gun that feeds everything. At this level you have to decide what bullets you are going to shoot from now on. This particular gun is tuned for 165gr Gold Dots and XTPs. The Sierra will not feed in this gun.
"A quiet hit in the right place is better than a loud miss in the wrong place followed by 10 more shots on the run"
I was a handgun hunter, when handgun wasn't cool.....