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Carp's Hunting Glock

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Carphunter, Dec 11, 2004.

  1. Carphunter

    Carphunter

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    This came up in another thread...but now that I've done the work, I figured I'd post the link to my Hunting Glock.
    (updated site with pics of the doe I shot with Glock)
     
  2. frank4570

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    Hey Carp, what was your ammo and how did it perform? Way to go!
     

  3. Carphunter

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    That deer was taken with Corbon's hunting load. This actually an old pic. At least two years ago. I tried finding the old thread about it here...but it must be out of archive range.
     
  4. CaliTheKid

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    How about that Tasco Optima 7moa sight? I bought my g20 for hunting but I really didn't want to put a Carver mount etc. on it. The Tasco look like a nice alternative.
     
  5. Carphunter

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    I like the sight. After a lot of shooting, I figure I could probably get away with the original glock adjustables, though. But, since they don't sell those anymore, I'm not going to mess with it now.

    I thought at first about getting the 3.5 moa... but the 7 works great out to 50 yds at least for deer size animals.
     
  6. CaliTheKid

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    That was my next question you just answered. 3.5 vs 7. Thanks for the 411.