I Would Rather Be In The Fire But the Frying Pan Will Have To Do For Now
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Today we are going to jump into the fray of National Reciprocity – is it a good idea?
I would think that most of us have heard of the ‘Mexico City Policy’. It is an extension of the...
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I already have a G-22 and a G-27,,but yesterday a friend offered me a G-20 SF at a very reasonable price. I already have a 10mm Armscor 1911 and I reload the round, but the G-20 was hard to pass up.
This is a Gen 3, extra magazine, original box and paperwork etc...Hopefully I can get out tomorrow and shoot it...
Curious to get the advice and opinions of GLOCK enthusiasts about the best ways a beginner to intermediate shooter could self-guide their trip to the range with things like:
- shooting advice / safety tips
- shooting drills
- shot timer
- submitting targets for analysis / advice
The one thing that I would like to see is an improved finish. I'm not as concerned about appearance as I am about protection against corrosion and not needing to be wiped down a lot. Maybe the Gen 4 finish fits the bill, I don't know.
I wouldn't mind waiting til later this year if I knew something better was on the way. What should I do?
I have a new Advantage Arms .22 conversion kit for my gen3 Glock 19. Everything is good except for ... it shoots consistently about 1.5"-2" higher than POA at 7 yards! This is with the adjustable rear sight at its lowest setting. Two of my friends' AA kits have the exactly same issue.
Is this what to be expected with the AA kit? It is not that useful as a training tool if it shoots so much off POA ..
I am considering a Glock 29 or 32 for a new self defense gun. I own many 9mm and 45 acp in various xdms, xd mod 2's and xds's. I just recently fell back in love with Glocks when I purchased the Glock 20 then came the 21 and last but not least the 19. I like the ease of up- grading them like replacing the plastic sights with trijicon HD'S and the never ending aftermarket accessories available. I was curious between the 10mm and .357 sig which one would be considered the best for self-defense. Most of the 10mm ballistic reviews seen to indicate over penetration and the hollow point bullet fragmenting or it is recommended for hunting or a woods gun. Any input wild be very much appreciated.
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