HI folks. Title says all. First Glock ever. Wound up being offered a sweet deal on a very low mileage nickel boron coated slide/barrel G23. I couldn't pass this beauty up. I was all over it like stink on you know what. He was asking 450. I offered 400. We agreed to 425. Along with three mags and all the case candy a NIB would come with. The extra mag was a nice bonus as those are usually what 30 something bucks a pop average. I basically got this at blue label pricing and its nickel boron coated. Hard to say no to that type of deal right? When he said low round count he meant it. I doubt he even put more than 50 rounds through the pipe max. It was squeaky clean for the most part. I didn't waste any time getting some Trijicon HD night sights installed. I've only shot it at one range outing so far. 86 rounds by my hand total. Mostly range fodder with 6 PDX self defense rounds just to verify functionality. Eventually I need to get some more of those and do some further confirmation but I'm already impressed with those rounds. Not cheap but what good round is right? My best group was actually with the good stuff. The gun loved it. Good to know that if I need them for a seriously bad situation I think I'm good to go. My personal goal is 500 trouble free rounds fired before I'll consider it g2g for home defense or carry duties but so far its looking like that won't be an issue. Enough of my babbling for a moment. Here she is folks. Sorry for the crappy cell phone pic. The range I shoot at usually isn't the easiest to get your targets back from and I didn't have a decent digicam on hand. Look at the lower left bottom target. 6 rounds of that expensive but well worth it PDX stuff. 3 are touching in the bull where I shot lefthanded, my strong hand. The other three widened up a bit where I shot with my right hand but still very tight and respectable. The remaining targets were all the WWB target fodder and it opened up as you can see. All in all though considering I'm still getting used to this pistol I'm very happy so far. The Trijicons were not cheap but well worth it. For the entire investment I have into this considering its nickel boron coated and the night sights I have installed now should prove this to become a fantastic carry piece. I can easily see why one of these multiplies into many. Just like the black rifle disease! Thanks for reading my babble. Mods I apologize if this isn't the most appropiate spot on the forum to post this. Please move it if required. Thanks.