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What a glock should be.

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by orangeride, Aug 11, 2012.

  1. orangeride

    orangeride

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    Last nov I bought my first center fire pistol. A g20sf. Ive proceeded to put around 10k rnds through it since then. A while back I picked up a LW 40 barrel and I love it. When I first got the gun I had a bad habit of dropping one in the chamber then dropping the slide. I probably did it 15-20 times before somebody told me I was an idiot. The gun has given me no real problems. Today I decided to really give it a good once over and clean and discovered I had chipped off about the top 1/3 of the extractor! The funny thing is I ran about 300rnds through it today that all fed and ejected perfect! Have that gen4 guys! I totally know that it was my fault it broke. Lucky for me I had the spare parts, and I double checked it was the exact same one. I also replaced the plunger rod and spring etc. I'm really happy with the gun. This is how a glock should be.
     
  2. ghostrider88

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    10k of 10mm I hope U reload :shocked:, I have seen the guide rod completely shatter and keep on rocking.
     

  3. orangeride

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    Yep, my dillion 650 has been getting a work out. About 80% of the stuff I shoot now is 40sw, only because my club practically gives brass to the members. Last week I bought about 4k pieces of brass for about $80. I think that's about scrap metal price. Funny thing is now I could tell you what's most likely to break on your 650.
     
  4. avenues165

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    Glad to hear you enjoy your G20SF and it has worked well for you. Good to hear a success story.
     
  5. bwvan

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