So I bought a Glock 23 gen4 for carry. I like it well enough, been shooting a Glock my whole life (since about 6, my father's duty Gen3 23), it fits my hand with the 'L' grip. I like everything about carrying it. It's comforting yes, but also comfortable, and I can get about 75% on soda cans at ...oh maybe 25 yards if I take my good time. But what I was wondering about was... the whole package, 3x13rd magazines, 4" polygonal tube, untuned innards... does this have the chance to do well in competition? I've long said "I want my life to be eat, sleep, guys, work, shoot, and someday hope work and shoot are the same thing." Does this gun have the potential to do that? Barring my ridiculously rusty, and expensive-to-polish skills (I started shooting around 4 years old, a Mossberg 500 with its' butt unsupported and father's finger holding up the barrel, but took a general hiatus from 14 to 21 while my family scrambled itself like so many bad eggs) is it worth me getting insanely comfortable with this inside and out in a competition and super-precision sense? It's my EDC already and that's not in question, but should I just wait until I change it, or move to a different weapon? I have my doubts about its' factory accuracy, but it's quite possible it could just be my fairly bad shake because of the crispy-as-grits trigger. I have a unit of Fabulustre but no Dremel/rotary buffing wheel to do the famed trigger job with. I can't afford the armorer's courses...but let's say I have carnal knowledge of the innards of a Glock and the willingness to exploit them. I'm never going to sell the gun anyway I've already decided (and so did a large though entirely superficial scratch while putting in the grip/striker pin). What can I do to this gun on the cheap to improve it and keep it inside the most stringent GSSF regulations, and keep my competition as stock as possible (even if it's not a competition weapon at its' best, better > not better)? I'm already considering myself relegated to non-Unlimited, I just can't imagine competing even with an amateur shooting from a race gun.