Dragonfly RMR Abs. Co-wit in DLC, Glock 34 Gen 4.
Suggested purchase of:
G.ROD-STD-SS With a Recoil spring
Easy to install and Machined from Billet Stainless Steel then coated, these slides are a great addition to anyone's Glock collection.
- Machined from 17-4 Billet Stainless Steel to have tighter tolerances than a factory slide.
- DLC or PVD coatings offered have a Rockwell hardness rating above that of factory coatings.
Model and Generation specific configurations.
The Dragonfly is one of ZEV’s first cuts and it remains our most popular slide cut. This cut removes the most amount of material, while maintaining structural rigidity. Most often used in competition applications, the Dragonfly’s windows allow for aggressive styling as well as enhanced cooling of the barrel.
ABSOLUTE CO-WITNESS RMR CUT
CNC Machined RMR Mounting position in front of the factory location of the rear sight. has positioning posts that hold the RMR at a center zero point on the slide. Slide comes with proper mounting screws for the RMR of any model. Co-witness sights are suggested for usage with this cut configuration such as the ZEV Co-witness sight set. Blue Loctite recommended for proper sight retention.
- 4th Gen
- Glock 34
- Stainless steel slide cut and coated to preference
- Channel liner
Model and generation specific.
Cuts may be exclusive to ZEV stainless steel slides only.
Ratings & Reviews
1.8 oz. less than stock Glock 34 slide. only thing I don't like is the slide serrations
by David Fricks
Functions flawlessly with my Lone Wolf Gen4 Stainless Steel Guide Rod Assembly (LWD-GRA17G4-HP)
<br>The slide is sold fully stripped with no internal parts. I recorded 10.5 oz. (ounces) before assembly. This came in 1.8 oz. less than my stock Glock 34 slide.
<br>The only thing I don't like is the rear slide serrations. They look cool, but with wet hands I found it much harder to rack the gun from the back of the slide. It can be done, but you really have to squeeze. The front holes make for a much more positive grip so I found myself racking from the front of the slide to work around this. With dry hands I had no trouble.