The theory is that it dissipates reflected light, thereby reducing glare. Just like the rear portions of some sights are serrated or undercut (front sights). Serrations or a flat finish along the top of slides are there for the same reason.ol1911 said:Just like why does my other buds CQBw/rail have serrations on the back of the slide?? I see no use for that except that it "looks cool" I guess. He says it helps him see the rear sight better but..... i think its just a cosmetic deal.
Wow! Beautiful workmanship. Those tapered grips are very cool.bjg-1911 said:If you scroll down you will find a pic of some under trigger 30 lpi checkering. Also, at the end of the thread one of the reasons for it.Barry