New guy from NE Ohio

Discussion in 'Introduction Forum' started by NickRummy, Oct 25, 2012.


  1. Hello everyone,

    New to hand guns and after quite a bit of research, shooting other guns and a lot of thinking, bought my first a few weeks ago. Gen 4 Glock 27.

    Liking it so far, looking forward to browsing around and learning as much as I can.

    Thanks,

    Nick
     

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  2. CanMan

    Silver Member

    Welcome :wavey:. Enjoy GT
     

  3. :wavey:

    Welcome to the Dark Side. We have cookies.
     
  4. Congrats! A gen4 27 was my first glock. I'm sure you'll love it. Biggest complaint you'll hear is probably the recoil. Get a pinky extender and you'll be good to go.
     
  5. Welcome! There's always room for another buckeye.
     
  6. oily_oink

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    :welcome: From Michigan!
     
  7. Thanks for the welcome everyone,

    A friend of mine that went with me for our CCW class borrowed a Gen 4 27 for the shooting portion. I borrowed a friends M&P 9. I shot the 27 and it felt kind of awkward but I shot it GREAT. It definitely did have some kick and with that short little grip I think that's why I thought it felt funny but it's hard to argue how well I shot it. I did a lot of reading up and nothing could steer me away from getting one.

    I ended up buying a used Gen 4 27 on armslist with 40-9 Lonewolf conversion, Fobus holster, #3.5 trigger connector and XS big dot sites on it. Also has the mag with the pinky extension and makes a world of difference. Some other goodies too.

    Now I just need to figure out how to get some range time.

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    #15 NickRummy, Oct 29, 2012
    Last edited: Oct 29, 2012
  8. Welcome from NEOH as well!
     
  9. Welcome although I have not been officially welcomed yet!!
     
  10. NickRummy,

    Welcome, I'm live in NE Ohio as well, come on in, sit down, kick your shoes off and make yourself right at home.

    Need anything... just ask
     
    #19 Kentguy, Nov 17, 2012
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2012

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