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1300 rounds...

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by FL2NV, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. FL2NV

    FL2NV

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    ..and it still shoots great. Over the weekend I went to the range and fired off a little over 300 rounds in my Glock 19, and brought the total count up to 1300 exactly. I didn't do this on purpose, but when I got home and added the amount I shot to my log (yes I keep a log) it came to 1300 exactly.

    I bought it brand new, and did not have a single problem except with a 100 box of WWB early on. I had two FTE/stovepipes and one FTC/double chamber jam with this box. Other than that, not a flaw.

    I just cleaned it for only the second time (first time was probably 1000 rounds ago, after the range session with the jams) and it was fairly clean. I must mention that my grouping is getting better. After I was done with the targets, there was just a big hole left in the middle.
     
  2. markieboy

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    Great to hear! I've had my G19 for about a year now. I'm guessing around 800 rounds. I know, I don't shoot as often as I'd like to.
    Excellent idea keeping a log of round count. I may start doing that from now on. What's your reason/s for doing that? For maintenance purposes? Ammo spending costs? :supergrin:
     

  3. FL2NV

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    All of the above.

    1300 rounds. $335.15 in ammo costs, and $109.00 in range fees...
     
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  4. robertwh

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    The 19 is a keeper!:supergrin: