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Discussion in 'The Book Rack' started by AznGunner, Feb 1, 2005.
I want to learn about my glock 19 from inside and out...what is the best book?
Out of the books I have read/bought, the only one
I kept was:
The Gun Digest Book of the Glock by Patrick Sweeney.
The complete Glock Reference Guide
Written by people who really know and understand Glocks.
The Gun Digest Book of Glock by Patrick Sweeney is a decent book, but he obviously is more in tune with 1911's rather than Glocks.
Buy both books, you won't be disappointed. If I had to choose one: "The Complete Glock Reference Guide"!!!!!!
I just finished Living with Glocks. Great book.
It's too bad they don't tell you a little bit more about themselves. Things such as WHO the authors actually are, and their curricula vitae, would be nice. Having their grammar and spelling PROFESSIONALLY edited would also have been a plus.
However, it's take-down and re-assembly insttuctions and photos are excellent. So is the G23 Torture Test. Chuck Taylor and the factor have NOTHING on these folks, LOL!;f
Another vote for The Complete Glock Reference Guide.
I am amazed, however, that they let it go to press with sooooo many typos.
I guess they put all the money into paying the authors, and had nothing left for proofreading. Sheesh!
Still, I do recommend this book.
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