Thread: Bullshido Glock Group Buy?
12/18/2013 4:18am, #1
Bullshido Glock Group Buy?
You guys want to do a Glock groupbuy? Sorry, no CA guys. All gen 3.
Glock 19 (9, compact)- 513
Glock 17 (9, fullsize)- 518
Glock 26 (9, subcompact)- 513
Glock 27 (40, subcompact)- 518
Glock 22 (40, fullsize)- 518
Glock 23 (40, compact)- 518
10 of any combination and we can do this. Shipping will be 15 to your local FFL. They all come with 2 mags. Jump in ASAP while prices last. Probably shut this before Christmas. Payment by check. What do you think? Please reply, and in a day or two I'll post up where to send the check. I'll be relying on the replies so please be reasoanbly certain that you're going in on this.
12/18/2013 11:55am, #2
12/18/2013 2:00pm, #3
- Join Date
- Mar 2006
Any more wiggle room on the pricing? After the shipping and transfer fee I'm not seeing much savings here over local prices. Not trying to be a dick. Just being honest.
12/18/2013 5:30pm, #4
I did a bit more research. Let's do it right.
Glock 19 (9, compact)- 499
Glock 17 (9, fullsize)- 499
Glock 26 (9, subcompact)- 499
Glock 27 (40, subcompact)- 505
Glock 22 (40, fullsize)- 505
Glock 23 (40, compact)- 505
12/29/2013 12:37am, #5
Man, I hate to say it, but I don't really like Glocks anymore. I've had 5 of them and I always loved them, but if I buy another polymer framed striker pistol it's going to be an M&P."Intelligence is nothing more than discussing things with others. Limitless wisdom comes of this." - 山本 常朝
12/29/2013 2:00pm, #6
I'm personally a M&P fan. My 9 Pro is my 'duty' gun, comp gun, and to-go pistol in most situations.
That being said, I want to buy a glock 19. just nothing else right in that size group. Or a Glock 17 with grip cut to Glock 19 size.
12/29/2013 3:47pm, #7
I recently ordered and installed a ghost inc 3.5 ultimate connector as well as a 6lb trigger spring and 4 lb firing pin spring. In addition, I took out the weird grooved glock 19 trigger and added a glock 17 smooth type trigger/trigger bar that I did a polish job on. I haven't had a chance to shoot this setup yet, but it feels pretty good to dry fire. The one concern I have is the first trigger squeeze feels a little mushy, but subsequent squeezes starting at the trigger reset point feel very crisp. At some point I'll have time to put 500 or so rounds through it and see if I like it. If not, I'll put back the original connector or buy a 4.5lb one.
Once I get done fiddling with the trigger, I'm going to replace the sights with something a little more precise. Considering Warren Tactical, Heine, or Aimline sights. There's nothing wrong with the stock sights out to about 40-50 feet, I am just trying to find something a little easier to aim out to 75-100 feet that retains the ease of use of the stock sights.
I've carried a gen3 glock 19 for work fairly extensively and also enjoy that. Other than the grip, it doesn't feel much different from the gen4 to me. Shoots the same."No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal