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LearningGlock 06-17-2012 15:22

Hello from Georgia.
 
Hello there,

I got my new Glock17 a couple of weeks ago, took a safety and handling class before I bought it and another class for beginners after. Being going to a shooting range every time I have a chance and extra money to buy ammo. I read and try to learn in ways that you guys would not believe it so thats why I'm here. See ya.

mymini40 06-17-2012 16:29

Welcome to GT!

FL Airedale 06-17-2012 16:32

:welcome:

emtjr928 06-17-2012 16:36

Welcome!

larson1122 06-17-2012 16:47

Welcome!

Raven1967 06-17-2012 17:16

:welcome:

ithaca_deerslayer 06-17-2012 18:50

In what ways do you learn that we would not believe?

Glock 17 is one of my favorite guns :)

bac1023 06-17-2012 20:08

:welcome:

LearningGlock 06-17-2012 20:14

Reading,reading,asking,asking,watching,asking more:whistling:
I've been driving guys at the shooting range crazy. I don't like mistakes or accidents. And thanks for all the welcome.
This is a truly nice community !

LearningGlock 06-17-2012 20:16

Oh I almost forgot. BAC1023 what a amazing 1911 buyers guide !!!!!!!!!:bowdown:

ithaca_deerslayer 06-17-2012 20:55

Quote:

Originally Posted by LearningGlock (Post 19100716)
Reading,reading,asking,asking,watching,asking more:whistling:
I've been driving guys at the shooting range crazy. I don't like mistakes or accidents. And thanks for all the welcome.
This is a truly nice community !

That's good.

Have you heard yet about the most common way's to AD?

A. Not checking the gun before dryfire. That's why I suggest a triple check. 3 checks in a row, to provide a mental break before finger goes on trigger.

B. Not keeping a Glock type gun securely holstered. For my Glock's, I treat a quality kydex holster that fits well and covers the trigger guard as part of the safety system. Not taking the gun out to fark with it much goes a long ways toward staying safe.

See how well that attitude fits in with those you observe. In addition to the 4 basic safety rules :) Hopefully you already know those 4 rules by memory :)

GLOCK17DB9 06-17-2012 20:56

:welcome:and:wavey:from Troy,Michigan:supergrin:

oily_oink 06-18-2012 06:22

:welcome: From Michigan!

ratf51 06-18-2012 14:44

Welcome fellow Georgian! :welcome: :wavey:

Folsom_Prison 06-18-2012 22:32

Welcome!


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