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G21 Gen 2

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Mauldintiger, Feb 2, 2013.

  1. Mauldintiger

    Mauldintiger

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    Old guy here, shooting for 40+ years, but new to Glock. Just picked up the 21 this morning and went straight to the range. I bought a 36 last week, but did not enjoy shooting it. My LGS swapped it for the 21, it had very little wear, no box and one 13 rd mag. He gave me 2 more used 10 rounders and a box of range ammo, fair I think. First 75 rds. were dead on with very mild recoil, then started to FTRB, but a slingshot chambered a round. I guess I was getting fatigued, either hitting the slide release or limp wristing. I wondered if the recoil spring could be weak, but I don't think it would have been flawless for the first 75.
    Anyway, it's a keeper, I really liked the look of the Gen 2 to go with accuracy and mild recoil.
    I think this the first many Glocks, to go with my M&P's.
     
  2. G36shooter

    G36shooter

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    They are addicting.
     

  3. Mochahooligan

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    Congrats! Yea just pick up a new one should be like not even$5.00 and just keep shooting it!
     
  4. Photoman642

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    My first Glock was a Gen 2 G21. Still have it. Great shooter and one of the best .45's out there. Sounds like you might want to try a new RSA (recoil spring assy).
     
  5. bwvan

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    I vote, also, for the new RSA. You should be good to go.
     
  6. Mochahooligan

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    Also just get the factory one. IMO you don't need a fancy aftermarket one. Factory is just fine.


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