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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by mccannicalbob, Dec 10, 2012.
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I had one certificate entered into the system 10/2/12 for a Gen 4 G-20 and one certificate entered 11/14/12 for a Gen 4 G-35. Glock is quoting 150-180 days for shipping, I was informed in the same e mail that the Gen 4 G-20 will not be shipping for commercial orders until the end of January at the earliest. This information was as of 12-06-12 six days ago.
For brevity sake:
It means your FFL didn't lie to you and sent in the paperwork.
It means your check was cashed.
Well guess what showed up today. My GEN 4 G-35. I put 125 rounds of my handloads down range today.I think it's a "keeper".All rounds fired at 20 yards. The head shots were slow fired and the bottom 20 rounds were rapid fire for 15 rounds,drop the magazine reload an then 5 more rounds.I might have to put an RMR on it and use it in Unlimited.
In SA, TX?
ETA- OP, delivery times on my guns have varied and as mentioned earlier, it was a factor of what type/generation I ordered. My 21sf was slow, my 32 was fast. I think it was because the 32 wasn't a big mover.
I would guesstimate at least two weeks.
Yes, I certainly didn't have high hopes for a quick delivery of a Gen4 G20 - and I haven't been disappointed.
Does it matter how soon it gets there when it is stay unshot and locked up like some sort of plastic William George Heirens, never to see the light of day?
Leave it to Bamatrooper to find some sort of an analogy between my safe queens and a serial killer.
Hey - the only gun I own that has remained unshot is an OD G29. I may save that for my heirs or perhaps Joel Hodges, the FL Glock rep (and Armorer at many of our SE GSSF matches) who has had his eye on that for a couple of years.