Glock has added a new course to their training schedule earlier this year: the Glock Operator Course. My wife and I took this 2 day course through our membership in the GSSF at the Glock headquarters in Smyrna, GA on November 1st and 2nd, 2017.
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Hi, just joined up, made the requisite intro thread in the proper place . I'm not finding anything promising on Google so I just wanted to ask those of you in the know if you are aware of anyone that makes, or is planning to make, high-capacity magazines for my new G43? I am aware of the Taran +1 and +2 grip extenders (as well as the others made my Pierce, Lone Wolf et al) and am planning to grab some tomorrow, but what I really want is a 10/15/20/whatever-round magazine for when concealing isn't a priority and too many punkass milk jugs and porcelain tiles are gettin' all up in mah biz, yo' (did I use the vernacular right? ). I'm holding my gun to the side and everything!
OK, so I have been very spoiled by my 19, perfectly spoiled. I shoot it reasonably well and can do lots of range time without an issue. The 43, while snappy, has been tamed and for close up work, it would do the job. The problem: The stinker tears up my trigger finger. I am only good for 25 rounds and then I switch to something else to shoot. It has less than 500 rounds through it. Suggestions, aside from building a callous?
Currently I carry both 42 and 43 in kydex IWB wearing suspenders and has worked, anybody have any experience with this type of carry?
I also am testing belly band carry, have one cheap band that works, but do not like the fabric holster and it's not a really good fit for the GLOCKs.
Just ordered a Crossbreed belly band with adjustable kydex holster and also a Ramora tuckable holsters (Memorial day sales was basic reason for both). May be a bit costly, but I see a weekly use for a tuckable and general use for the Crossbreed.
I was wondering if there is anyplace better than the lgs to find a Gen 4 19c Austria. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Some months ago, I decided that I wanted a beater Glock for use when working outdoors, hiking, cycling, kayaking and generally knocking around in the wild. I wanted power, accuracy and full length sight radius, capacity and commonality with my existing kydex gear.
I decided on 357 Sig as my caliber, both for power and feed reliability, and because my normal carry gun is a Glock 33. I decided to cobble together aftermarket equipment as needed, and dubbed the pistol FrankenGlock.
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