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Anyone who compete with a Glock 21?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by boholglock, Feb 9, 2006.

  1. boholglock

    boholglock

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    Hello everyone!
    Well just out of curiousity, I'd like to know if anybody among us compete with the G21. How do you do it? Any recommended set-up or do you do it stock?
    Thanks.
    More Power Fellow BOGs
    boholglock
     
  2. Alamat

    Alamat

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    hi there padre...

    i have a g21c and i also use it on ipsc matches but under modified division. yes, i use it stock condition. and yes it definitely has a considerable disadvantages over other modified guns that utilizes red dot's, 18 rounder mags, etc.

    g21c is only 13 rounder (well, 14 rounds if chamber loaded), so that give's me a two or three secs plus on my time when moving to another port due to change of mag compared to an 18 rounder where he/she can engage 2 to 3 ports(sometimes). On an average course of fire there's an average of 3 boards (and sometimes 1 pepper poper) summing up to at least 6 or 7 required shots PER PORT and that is if you have a very high accuracy rate. meaning, no re-engage. but, in my case, being a sigurista and save time, i change mag whenever i move from port to port.

    i decided not to dress up my g21c as a personal decision. this is my carry gun so i believe its better to use it as it is. on matches i bring 5 mags, 4 on my rig belt and the other i simply slide in my pocket. i replaced my front sight from iron with the white dot to the one with the glock green fiber optic front sight (courtesy of a very good friend and mentor in shooting). so far am satisfied with the whole performance of my unit.

    most failures or malfunctions i encountered where caused by the ammo shells. i use re-loads on level 1 to 2 matches and new ammo on level 3. i believe the ware-and-tare factor is the definite reason for this.

    oh and btw, i also tried using the plus 2 base pads. well, that gave me a not so good experience. bought a couple of it from final option as trial. what i experienced was during a match, while on the process of changing mag, the base pad just collapsed even it was tightly secured on the body. after that, i decided to simply play/shoot stock.

    overall, upon completing a game without any problems with a stock glock and .45, well pare ang sarap!!! i'll assume you know what i meant... :)