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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I am a big Glock fan. I have a G22 which is my favorite. I also have a G34 but in the process of selling it. I don't CCW (live in NJ) and I am also limited to 15 rounds. Range gun for the most part.
I want to buy 9mm compact size pistol. I tend to over analyze things so would like some help on pros and cons or anyone's experience with the guns above.
I picked up a new G19 gen 5. Generally on my glocks I change the sights, put in a new connector, change some springs, do a 25 cent trigger job, maybe change out the recoil spring assembly, put on some extended controls, etc. Customize it as such.
What are you doing on your gen 5's? Are other generations connectors and accessories compatible? Which ones are and which are not?
So I hit 1,000 rounds out of my Gen 5 19 Friday night. So I wanted to post a review of my experience thus far, and a comparison between my Gen 3 19 (don't have a gen 4 yet). So on to the review....
I am having a hard time finding much information in the way of the Ameriglo factory sights on the Gen 5’s.
Anyone have them? Is it worth it? Pics? How is the quality control, is it as bad as the misaligned rear plastics we keep reading about?
As stated earlier, I got out to shoot my Gen 5 G17. It was terrible. Absolutely pitiful. I compared it right next to my Gen 4 G17, same ammo, same box from Blazer Brass and Remington. With both, the result was the same. Right on top of the target was fine. Once I was out at 15 foot, I could not hit the target at all, what so ever. With the Gen 5, they would hit the dirt most of the time before getting there. With the Gen 4, every round hit the circles I was shooting for.
No, I am not trying to sell here, but this one is not a keeper, let's put it that way.
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