G19 Tiger Claw 2.0



Tiger Claw 2.0

This is a redesign of our original Tiger Claw that got us started in the slide game. In the fall of 2016 we finalized the first tiger claw design offering it on aftermarket blanks as well as customer supplied slides. The concept still looks great, and holds the test of time. So we took a good thing and made it better. The serrations are larger providing more grip with larger features for more punch.

Optic Milling

Optic milling is offered for trijicon RMR applications.

RMR Cap:

The slide does not include a RMR cap. We offer that separately for individuals that want to purchase one. Click Here


You have the option to choose Black Nitride or our new distressed finish Battle Hardened. The Battle Hardened option highlights the features and cosmetic lines of the Gripper giving it instant character and depth.


  •  Enhanced forward and rear serrations
  •  Machined from billet 17-4 stainless
  •  Standard finish is Black Nitride
  •  Stripped slide without any internals, sights, barrels, or moving parts. Channel liner will be installed.



G19 Tiger Claw 2.0 Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

Tiger claw 2.0

Posted by Fritz on Nov 27th 2018

The fit and finish on the slide look great. The rmr cut that norsso does is also outstanding. I recently look this gun out to the range and it performed flawlessly. I was kind of worried that an aftermarket slide would affect the reliability but norsso puts out some great work.

G19 Tiger claw 2.0

Posted by Tony Tran on Oct 5th 2018

Great slide the finish on it is perfect very high quality. No issues with the slide at all. Has a great feel to the slide I would recommend this to anyone. But I think Norsso should include the wrench for the screw if get a rmr cut or a vortex because I can find one that fits the screw. Over all a very good product. And customer service was great as well

Killer slide!

Posted by Casey on Sep 18th 2018

Order one, you won’t be disappointed! The fit and finish is great! Could t be happier with the purchase. I have yet to hit the range and I’ll update if there are any issues but I highly doubt I’ll run into any.