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Flawless G23 Gen4

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by glowrod, Feb 16, 2013.

  1. glowrod

    glowrod Fightin' Fire

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    I've put about 600 rounds through the 23 so far. From TulAmo to Winchester to Federal, it hasn't even had a hiccup. Keeps wanting more and seems to have a ferocious appetite. Next up I am thinking night sights.
     
  2. Stlbrian

    Stlbrian

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    It is amazing how big of ammo pigs those G23's are...... ALways hungry for more.
     


  3. hsprincipal

    hsprincipal

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    Mine is always hungry as well. My 23 gen4 has been flawless as well and as worked its way into my top EDC slot.
     
  4. rockriverrenegade

    rockriverrenegade

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    Love my G23 (gen3), and has run flawlessly! Added night sights and now love it even more!
     
  5. Scott30

    Scott30

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    Glad to hear. I recently aquired a Gen 4 G23 but have not had a chance to shoot it yet. When I picked it up the polymer was still warm. 11 days from test fire to my hands (2/13/13). Had just put my name on a waiting list the day before. It was meant to be I guess.
     
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2013
  6. Beanie-Bean

    Beanie-Bean

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    That's good news! My very first Glock was a G23 (Gen2) I purchased while I was in the service back in 1993. I still have it and shoot it, and never had any issues with it at all. The only thing I've done is replace the RSA after shooting the s**t out of it, and later putting an LWD 3.5 connector/NY1 trigger spring combo on it.