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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by ES13Raven, May 22, 2014.
Glad you solved the issue. Happy Shooting.
Wow, quite a difference.
What's the difference back with the other barrel?
I didn't test the KKM this time. I was more interested in why the stock barrel was not grouping well.
Glad you got it fixed, I was just curious.
Good work. Glad you figured it out.
Was the locking block loose before and you just didn't notice till now?
The old locking block slides in with the same resistance. But the pins are much tighter on the new one.
Now I'm wondering if mine isn't more loose than it should be.
Tonight, I put five rounds on paper to check my new sights on my 34. From 25 yards I had three of the rounds touching, then one about four inches low and right and one four inches low and left. I stared at it for a minute wondering how the hell that happened.
Do you know if it was the first shot that was off? Sometimes the manually chambered round can be slightly different than the rounds chambered through firing.
I don't know, can't see the holes at 25 yards on brown cardboard.