Before you blame the sites, put a few more hundred rounds downrange. You might find that the accuracy improves as you and your new Glock get to know one another better.
I think you fail to take into account the addition factor!Thank you. I will spend some more time at the range before swapping sights but in the end I will swap them to gain every advantage I can. I am now shopping for bulk ammo since I don't feel a: comfortable to trust my inexperience at reloading and b: I really don't feel that I shoot enough to justify the setup cost. If I get a bulk order of a thousand rounds that would last me at least 2 years.
Hmmmm. 500 rounds divided by 52 weeks in a year equals 9.6 rounds per week.If I get a bulk order of a thousand rounds that would last me at least 2 years.
What was the reasoning for the barrel change? Hard cast bullets, Glock smile, longer barrel, or other?I have a G20, same reason you do, for the woods. I put a Lone Wolf barrel in it and carry Underwood 220 grain hard cast lead in the dark ol' woods. I love the gun, never had a hiccup with it. I'm brandy new to this forum but have been a Glock fan for a very long time. I'd bet you will become one as well. GREAT CHOICE I think! Merry Christmas!
Thank you for the feed back. I have seen the video you mentioned with the bullets tumbling. I will be using the Underwood 154gr hollow points for woods, deer hogs etc. I will have to let my wallet cool of a bit before I address the cool factor.I changed the barrel because my understanding is it would shoot hard cast lead bullets without a hitch and perhaps the OEM barrel would not handle them as well. And there is a "cool" factor with a little longer stainless barrel .. ha! A longer barrel equates to a bullet accelerating for a smidge longer period of time ie. little more muzzle velocity. Out of the ten, not sure it matters much. Lone Wolf claims the lock up is better and the barrel is more accurate than the OEM barrel. They both work just peachy in my personal experience, my main rationale was carrying the hard cast bullets in the woods and avoiding possible drama if it wasn't necessary. The old Boy Scout thinking I suppose. I watch Hickok45 on you tube, he did a video where the stock barrel had some problems with hard cast. And that's my take on it, right or wrong. My G20 is a superb handgun. Yours will be too.