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I finally switched to the dark side... :evilaugh:

Glock has a military discount right now so I couldn't resist picking up a new G23 for only $393. :thumb:

I can't wait to head to the range on Saturday.
 

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I have a Glock 17 Ive had since 1996. Probably fired literally thousands of shells through it. NEVER has it jammed or failed me. I love it almost as much as my H&K .45. Great buy at under $400.
 

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Skully, can you give me more info on this military discount? Do you have to buy it directly from Glock, or a distributor? I've been looking for a good deal on a new/used and this sounds like a pretty good price.
 

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Call Glock cutomer service at (770) 432-1202 for a list of dealers. The discount is also available to Police, Fire and EMS.

$393 for a G27 with 3 hi-cap magazines is a steal.
 

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Have you taken it down for cleaning yet? Thats the easiest SA to clean I've ever owned. Congrats!

Forgot to mention something you might try:
When you fire, allow the trigger to move forward only until you feel it cycle, it should be a very small distance, this may allow you to tighten your groups.
 

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figment said:
Forgot to mention something you might try:
When you fire, allow the trigger to move forward only until you feel it cycle, it should be a very small distance, this may allow you to tighten your groups.
Very good advice that not many know about. That's the one thing I really liked about the Glock, the reset was nice and short. Wish my XD40 was like that.
 

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figment said:
Have you taken it down for cleaning yet? Thats the easiest SA to clean I've ever owned. Congrats!

Forgot to mention something you might try:
When you fire, allow the trigger to move forward only until you feel it cycle, it should be a very small distance, this may allow you to tighten your groups.
I'll have to give it a try, thanks. I took it to the range last Saturday and was impressed. The grip doesn't fit my hand perfectly but I shot fine with it.
 

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figment said:
Have you taken it down for cleaning yet? Thats the easiest SA to clean I've ever owned. Congrats!

Forgot to mention something you might try:
When you fire, allow the trigger to move forward only until you feel it cycle, it should be a very small distance, this may allow you to tighten your groups.
ninerpilot showed me this. very helpful
 
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