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So I ran the hell out of the glock today. I bought a new ar500 steel 12x12 and built a nice stand for it...lots of fun. I also expanded 3 types of ammo in gel but unfortunatly I didn't have a camera to make a video but here are some pics..they are 124 gr +p Federal HST and Golden saber---which did have core separation but the jacket and core both penetrated about 16 inches so not an issue in my opinion and the standard pressure 124gr gold dot didn't do too bad either.
I would carry either round but the hst had the most punch by a long shot. The golden saber was a bit softer shooting as was the gold dot.
I bought a brand new Glock 19 two weeks ago. I cleaned it per the manual and have fired it twice since then, cleaning it after each firing. The different metal parts on the frame and part of the slide have turned a brownish color. I have tried to get it back to the stainless steel color through cleaning but it stays this brownish color. I'll attach some photos. Does anyone know why a brand new Glock would look like this so soon?
Lets say you cannot choose any of the Glocks.....which one of the Compacts that just about everyone is making now, would you choose and why?
If you have already made that choice, tell which one you picked and why you picked it please.
I've been looking at videos, pics and specs of several compact double stack pistols. I don't know what one I'd pick. There are so many really nice options that it makes it really tough to pick one over the others...
Anyone using 45 Super in their G21, G30, or G36? Just wondering how the Glocks perform with it... If it works well, I might consider switching from 10mm Auto to 45 Super.
Over and over and over again, I read that brand X has no soul.
The whole "soul" thing is such a bad cliche and been parrotted by so many that it detracts from a person's credibility. I remember when gunwriter John Taffin first began using the phrase. While original for him, it was picked up and used by so many that it has become trite.
In the dictionary the definition of CLICHE is: A phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought...
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