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Prize pistol deliveries

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by dking1, Jan 6, 2013.

  1. dking1

    dking1

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    Just curious on the current lead-time on prize pistols.

    I am not complaining, just asking for other members to let me know if they just got their guns and how long they waited.

    Thanks:wavey:
     
  2. S.Kargoh

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    Sent in a cert on Oct 17 for gen 4 21.

    Still waiting.
     


  3. GLOCK19FTW

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    Prize pistols? Can someone provide a link with some more info?

    I'm always up for a free pistol.. lol
     
  4. PM720

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    Shoot GSSF matches! :wavey:

    Scott
     
  5. Alexd29

    Alexd29 Go Bucks!

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    Sent in mid august for a G30SF and a Gen 3 G34. 30 came in mid october. Still waiting on the 34. Sent one in last week for a 19. Will be interesting to see which one comes first.

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  6. GSSF will tell you the wait is 5 months, and don't call asking about it before then. That's about how long it's been for my Gen4 G20 so I'll probably call this week.

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  7. ede

    ede Bama's Friend

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    didn't the last time you post here piss everyone off and promted several (or at least one) shooter to give up GSSF and/or shooting altogether?
     
  8. stak

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    I'm waiting a batch of 34 to run as well.
     
  9. dking1

    dking1

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    Isn't there a difference between shooting and collecting:rofl:
     
  10. cookselk

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    Keep us posted, I'm still waiting for a Gen 4 21. They received my paperwork August 13th and it posted to my CC on August 20th. We're at 21 weeks now, I won't bother them though, it gets here when it gets here. Although, I am eager to shoot the 45 in heavy metal, I hate leaving 10mm brass on the ground.
     
  11. I sent checks this time instead of using Credit Card, they have not cashed my check it has been about 8 weeks - any background or opinion on this situation?
     
  12. It would be my opinion that you may have an additional 3 month wait. Perhaps they charge CC customers early-on because the sale/order can be processed immediately and a CC credit easily given if necessary. That wouldn't be the case with personal checks.

    Calling Donna right now to check on my Gen4 G20 order of 5 months ago.
     
  13. Just got off the phone with GSSF. Donna's at lunch I suppose, but Mark Ramsey answered and we had a nice chat. However, he told me to send an e-mail (gssf@glock.us) and I'd have an answer by tomorrow. (But don't e-mail for at least 12 weeks after cert submission.)

    My G20 order was received by GSSF on 7/24/12. I'm not in that much of a hurry as I'll just have to buy yet another caliber conversion for my 650 when it arrives.
     
  14. emtjr928

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    Yep,,, gonna need a bigger boat,,uh I mean a bigger House!

    :rofl::wavey:
     
  15. Good idea, I think I'll go buy one this weekend (a bigger house, that is)... no, really... :) :tongueout:
     
  16. njl

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    What do you want a G20 for? 10mm done right is loud and kicks. 10mm downloaded may as well be a G22. Are you going to shoot GSSF with it?
     
  17. G2332

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    I sent my cert for a Gen3 G34 in late September. CC was charged a few business days after they received it and my FFL received the G34 just about 2 weeks after that, so less than 3 weeks wait. I think I lucked out and they happened to have one in-stock at the time. Even my FFL commented that it was the fastest turnaround he'd ever witnessed.
     
  18. cookselk

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    I used my G20C for deer a few years ago with good success.

    Last year I was able to find a non-ported barrel for it and used it in GSSF heavy metal. Downloaded, with a 150 gr. bullet it felt great (still loud). Downside is leaving 10mm brass on the ground, so if the 21 comes soon, I'll be able to come up with a load for it as well and see which does better for me. Maybe I'll be able to beat Bryan and Dennis:rofl: (I don't think Butch shoots Heavy Metal).
     
  19. It will be one of two Glocks out of a dozen I own that won't be set up for competition. I've got this crazy idea that I'm going to hunt wild hogs. I've only ever hunted larger game (deer) with a bow and never a firearm, but wild hogs apparently have no closed season and no limit in FL - they're pests.

    I'm also moving closer to the Everglades where Burmese pythons are invasive nonnative pests. Two days ago, Florida announced the 2013 Python Challenge - $1500 for the most pythons harvested and $1000 for the biggest harvested throughout the year.

    I already have Glock's 6" hunting barrel to drop into the 20.

    Possible correction: The Challenge may only be one month long. Still researching.
     
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2013
  20. njl

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    I've heard of hunting small to medium game with handguns such as the G20...but it seems like a bit of a canon for snake harvesting. Wouldn't your G34 race gun work just fine?...assuming you were the one shooting it, of course.