Ghost Bullet Forward Slide Release: Combat Black Finish for Glock Gen 1-4
The BULLET FORWARD SLIDE RELEASE (BFSR) is designed for aggressive manipulations (read gross motor execution) for positive slide releases and slide stopping power under the most adverse conditions.
The Problem: Using the modern technique (thumbs forward) you can do one of two BAD things:
- Your thumb can push UP the Glock Slide Release locking the pistol open during recoil while ammo is still in the pistol.
- Your thumb can FORCE the slide release down preventing the pistol from locking open when empty.
The Solution: The BULLET FORWARD SLIDE RELEASE prevents these occurrences by placing the slide release tab forward and between your thumbs! This forward thinking enables you to dominate your GLOCK! This part is made with the finest Stainless Steel.
Features and Benefits of the Ghost Bullet Forward Slide Release:
- FORWARD IS FASTER
- FORWARD PREVENTS OPERATOR ERRORS AND MALFUNCTIONS
- BULLET PROOF DESIGN
- *LEFTY FRIENDLY
- Fits these GLOCK Models GEN 1-4 , does not work on Gen 5: :
- Glock 17 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 18 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 19 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 20 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 21 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 22 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 23 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 24 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 25 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 26 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 27 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 28 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 29 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 30 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 31 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 32 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 33 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 34 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 35 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 37 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 38 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 39 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 40 Slide Release GEN 1-4
- Glock 41 Slide Release GEN 1-4
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The distinction between inferior quality and premium Glock Slide Release is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer Glock Accessories from the most trusted brands like GHOST Inc.. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
best glock slide release
This design is rock solid. Some of the other slide releases feel flimsy or weak. This one is bullet forward, so it feels different at first, but I soon grew to love it more than the ones extended toward the grip.
Ghost Forward Slide Release, Nice!
Nice, I had a hard time with the original; this one didn't look much better but once installed, it's very easy to release. I have large hands, and the forward design ends up in the right place, and my thumb gets a good release. I recommend it!
Works just fine
Great if you have large hands and use a high thumb forward grip. I have very large hands and had issues with my grip interfering with the slide stop. This made it a lot easier to avoid the issues.
Love it ghost bullet glock 17
I bought two to try on a couple of my Glocks large 17 and sub compact 27 and they work great on both of them. Hopefully, they come out with a stainless steel version! I am a left-handed shooter, and these make it so much easier to manipulate the weapon.
Ghost bullet slide release, much improved slide release.
The factory Glock slide release lever on most models is quite small and lies flat. In combination with powerful recoil springs, many shooters find they cannot exert enough downward pressure on the small tab to release and close the slide. This replacement provides a button that extends outward to eliminate this problem. Right-handed shooters press down on the release with their thumb, and the bullet shape button (whether with the bullet forward design OR the bullet shape version that places the release in the same spot as the original) allows one-hand-gun hand closing of the slide. We lefties with experience (1911 design) have long ago learned to manipulate the slide release and magazine release with the trigger finger, and the difficult to release Glock factory lever does not provide enough purchase to allow the same. With this easy modification, the Glock can now be reloaded and made-ready far quicker AND with only one finger/thumb. Very inexpensive and worthwhile improvement.
Best Lefty Part Yet
I’m a left-handed LEO and have been shooting Glocks for 15+ years and more than a dozen years as my duty sidearm. Our manual of arms has always dictated using slide stop lever to lock the slide to rear ONLY. To release the slide, the operator reaches over the top of the slide with the support hand, grasps the slide behind the ejection port, and vigorously pulls the slide to the rear. I only use the slide stop to lock the slide open. The “bullet forward” design is the best I’ve used yet. The three-dimensional shaped tab allows you to push the lever up. As a lefty, I can do this with my left index (trigger) finger without adjusting my grip. I bought a Ghost Glock forward slide release, and after using it, came back for three more. This is the only mod a southpaw shooter really “needs.”
Great for Lefties
As a left-handed shooter, it can be hard at times to work most slide stop/releases. When I found the ghost bullet forward slide release, I thought I would give it a try, and it is the best upgrade you can do if you are a left-handed shooter. I can work the slide stop with the top side of my trigger finger when I need to lock it open. My wife loves her Glock now that she has one, and yes, she is a left-handed shooter also.
The biggest benefit for left-handed shooters is the ability to lock the slide back to administratively clear and unload the firearm. All you have to push up with your trigger finger knuckle and pull the slide back. Well made and thought out! I have used it during reloads, it's hard to defeat years of training using the sling shot method