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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Glock23shooter, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. Arr6

    Arr6 .com

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    sweet! Congrats
     
  2. 23user

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    I used to shoot a lot of comped pistols. I found that the deposits on the front night sight after a few hundred rounds blocked the tritium glow. You can clean them as best you can, but never seem as good as new. Just one thing to consider.
     

  3. Glock23shooter

    Glock23shooter FN Herstal

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    Well didn't get the G17c "YET" but working on it next week or so but ended up getting this for a good price couldn't pass it up.

    Another G32 :D
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  4. leeward419

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    You are going to LOVE the 32C, great choice! The C part works too, but will be very loud. Have no problem hitting the hanging steel target at the range at 75 yards with mine, super flat shooting and very accurate with 125 gr bullets, scary accurate with the 147 jhp's. Enjoy!
     
  5. Ahmid

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    Congrats on your "C". I have always wanted to shoot one to see if there was a difference.
     
  6. Glock23shooter

    Glock23shooter FN Herstal

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    you will notice the difference. thats why i like em so much

    thanks guys
     
  7. CynicX

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    I've always been curious about the C models. The definitely look cool. However I purposely ordered an OD G32 not C because I wanted the full muzzle velocity and energy. It just didnt make sense to loose even a tiny bit of power to reduce muzzle rise, if it was too bad (for me) I'd have just gone with a more controllable caliber.

    Just quoting from the Glock manual there is 100 J less muzzle energy with the G32C vs the G32. I guess I have to shoot one though...
     
  8. Zertek

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    Congrats on your new C
     
  9. Glock23shooter

    Glock23shooter FN Herstal

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    hopefully i have a one on one with both at the range monday will see..
     
  10. Folsom_Prison

    Folsom_Prison Brew Crew

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    I love my G19C!!! Congtrats brother!!
     
  11. den888

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    Congrats on the new Glock !
     
  12. Glock23shooter

    Glock23shooter FN Herstal

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    so yea after awhile of emailing back and forth on the gun trader i finally was convinced of trading my pristine condition XD 9mm subcompact for this G27 today.

    What i found very interesting about the gun had the external safety feature added on the gun. basically like the decocker from the 1911's i also heard quiet a few people have got this done also...here is the pic of the safety on....

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    Now here is another shot of the safety off (pointed down)

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    I know to some people it's weird or cool but i kinda like it...
     
  13. robin303

    robin303 Helicopter Nut

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    Yup :cool:
     
  14. rca256

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    Glock pron. Very nice! :)
     
  15. tonyparson

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    Congratulations on your new Glock..
     
  16. HKLovingIT

    HKLovingIT Resident Evil

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    You got one with this: Let us know how you like it.

    http://www.cominolli.com/ourproducts.html

    Manually engaged safety lever provides an extra level of security and safety for Glock owners. Blocks trigger movement, allows the slide to be cycled and pistol loaded or unloaded with the safety on. Operates easily with your right-hand thumb. Contact pad is easy to engage, yet won’t interfere with holster fit. All Glock passive safeties continue to function normally. Gunsmith installation is recommended.
     
  17. Glock23shooter

    Glock23shooter FN Herstal

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    thanks guys i just spent an hr cleaning this bad boy here is a better pic...

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  18. Slug71

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    Glock23shooter FN Herstal

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    thanks for looking out man, he's asking too much for a used G17 not sure if the place i always go to still have it but they wanted $464 out the door for the G17C i was looking at. But out here it's tight on money so i think my FFL still has it on display :wavey:
     
  20. Chainlink

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    C models LOL My buddy has a 19...now a 23 too...but the story is of the 19. He said he had a 19C and I asked him why in the world would a 9MM need to be C. I know he felt like I was calling his manhood into question but such is life. The next week at the range he broke it out and said just give it a try. Well......I had egg on my face...muzzle flip is reduced a a lot even in 9MM. I was sold, and have to remind myself try before you buy/judge/whatever. I like the C's a lot and the 23C was same story in regards to muzzle flip being reduced.