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I bought a used 19 gen4 at a LGS yesterday. It looks new with trigicon hd sights and the tag said ghost trigger. I ran 100 rounds through it today and it ran fine. The trigger is at 5.5 pounds. It has some travel, then a wall and short break. If I dry fire it without the mag, sometimes it does not break without a firm press at the end of travel. If the mag is in, it is better. What do you think I should do? Thankyou!
I purchased a new G3 21SF this past Friday (3/17) from local dealer. Didn't notice until I got home with it that the serial number on the barrel does not match the serial numbers for the slide and frame. I have several other Glock pistols (all purchased new) and on all of them the barrel serial number matches the slide and frame numbers. I am now worried that maybe my "new" gun isn't new after all. It looks new, but this mismatch of numbers has me upset. Any ideas as to how this could happen with a "new" weapon?
Just purchased a new g23 gen 3 and I am having failure to feed issues, I also want to mention I am not new to firearms or the .40 s&w round this is a firearm or magazine issue, it seems to happen at least 1-2 times out of a mag, I have tried wwb, federal, magtech and blazer brass. Is the something I need to know about the g23? Any help would be greatly appreciated...
I finally shot my glock 42 today. I had purchased a couple of months back and have not taken the time to take it to the range. I also had my Sig 238 with me so it was a brief side by side comparison. The 42 was soft shooting as is the 238. The 42 is bigger but lighter, stuff we all know. So I moved on to putting the 42 through some shooting...
So I have been driving myself crazy trying to select a general purpose .357
I'm looking for something that I can shoot .357, or .38, could hunt with, could use for any other purpose, and will go with my Rossi .357 lever in Stainless. and I've been tearing myself up over the 4" or the 6"
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