8/27/2007 2:42pm, #1
I broke down again. Bought a Glock
Went back to old school GLOCK. Model 19, with night sights. Ordered a lasermax, should have it tomorrow.
You would think I learned my lesson, but ****, this gun really feels good. My shots are all over the place, but then I take out one of my 1911's and I feel good about myself again.Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
8/27/2007 2:45pm, #2
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Glock 19? That's so 90's.
Seriously though, it's one of my all time favorites.
8/27/2007 2:46pm, #3
Why are your shots all over the place as opposed to your 1911?
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8/27/2007 2:48pm, #4
Originally Posted by Neildo
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That's a good question. I've done some of my best shooting with a Glock.
8/27/2007 4:28pm, #5Originally Posted by Neildo
8/27/2007 4:41pm, #6
I was always under the assumption Glocks were good-to-go right out of the box.
Is it the Weight? Recoil? Ergonomics?
Anthony! Inquiring minds want to know.
8/27/2007 4:46pm, #7
I have a Glock (23) and I really don't like it. I can't hit the broad side of a barn with it. I don't know why.
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8/27/2007 5:04pm, #8
I actually shot a Glock once that was quite accurate for me. I forget the model, but it was a full-size .45 cal. I put one box through it. Quite light loads, though FWIW.Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices.
8/27/2007 8:03pm, #9Originally Posted by SpringHeeledJack
Originally Posted by meataxe
8/27/2007 8:05pm, #10
Sorry, been away from the computer.
My last GLOCK was a 30, and I had some work on it. Trigger pull was shaved down, and seamless. You couldn't feel the different steps when pulling.
When I say all over the place, I need to elaborate. I shoot 1" groups at 25' with my Spring TRP, and Ed Brown. The GLOCK was approx 3" grouping.
Think of the difference. The 1911's are heavy. The 19 is light. It was more of a matter of my hand not being used to it, recoil, etc. Plus it being a 9mm, I know there were times when I was compensating which sent it off the center.
With another 400 or 500 rounds, I can get the grouping tighter.Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel