Glock competition photo thread

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by packrat213, Aug 7, 2007.

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    Mods if this is in the wrong place please move.

    Glocks have come a long way in gaining respect in various competitions. I thought it would be cool to see some of the rigs people are using. So I decided to start a "poser" photo thread so people could show off their rigs and represent their preferred venue. Like mine!

    EDIT: I forgot to add that I shoot this rig in USPSA Production class. The belt is CR Speed (of course!) the mag pouches and holster are Kytac. Gun is Glock 34 with Warren Sevigny competition sights (plain rear and fiber optic front), marine spring cups, reduced power striker spring, 3.5 lb OEM connector, and $.25 trigger job.
     
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    IDPA SSP Glock 17

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    Are you shooting open class? Where did you get the thumbrest? How is it held in place? I'm assuming the rear strap pin?
     
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    This is my setup for shooting our informal IDPA at an indoor range. There's about a dozen of us who get together one night a week. We can shoot anything we want except optics or laser. It isn't always the best shooter or rig that wins. One stove pipe or miscue in one of those fancy 1911's and all bets are off. ;)

    I got the thumbrest from Smartlock. I got it primarily for the beavertail extension (my hand was getting chewed up), but once I put it on I really liked the thumbrest... feels comfortable like a 1911. However, I did dremel off the right side rest as it dug into my left hand knuckle.

    Yes, it is held on by the pin. Great product. I have really big hands and between the thumbrest and rubber grip I get a good hold on the Glock. Also have a full length tungsten rod installed.

    Great thread. Looking forward to seeing other setups.

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    Got some new toys today. :banana:

    3x CR Speed mag pouches and my Ultimate Ghost Holster

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    NICE...! Tell me about the Ghost holster. I've been looking at that and the CR Speed or Arredondo types.

    I'll try to post a pick of how I modified my speed pouches tomorrow.
     
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    That mag well is sweet!
     
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    Well, I got to try a CR Speed, as well as the Ghost, and I preferred the Ghost. I couldn't find anyone I knew with the Arrendondo. And from what research I did, I found more folks preferred the Ghost so I took a leap of faith and am very very happy with it! Of all, it's made the most difference to me anyhow. It's just breaks from the holster so nice and clean. And very very easy to holster and manipulate with only one hand, it didn't take many very long to get used to it.

    It's made my dry fire, draw and reload sessions more pleasant so if anything it helps my practice.

    I have a match this weekend and following. So we'll see what happens when it counts.

    Only thing that sucks is fooling around with it has me distracted on working on my IDPA draws, and the state match is this Saturday.

    I also had to add a little glock flare.

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    Nice touch...:thumbsup:
     
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    Limited G24 on a CCF frame:

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    How do you like the race frame? And how did you extent the beavertail on your polymer?
     
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    Charlie,

    Do you do complete guns or do you just sell your trigger kits? Nice looking gats.

    Thanks,
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    I really like the CCF frame. The gun shoots extremely flat and after shooting it at some local matches and getting the little bugs worked out, I'm really thinking about shooting it a the USPSA National next month. The beaver-tail is formed/molded with Acraglas.

    Yes I do complete work on Glock's, but depends on what you want. I've been doing a lot of work for the local guys and I plan on doing a lot more. Give me a call if you have something in mind.
     
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    Are you guys just ditching the inner portion of the CR speed belt? It seems too thick to fit into belt loops. Also, can you guys please tell me how to adjust the glock factory adjustable sights? Cool setups.:thumbsup: