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Old 08-16-2010, 09:25 PM   #276
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The problem with Glock .40s is that they didn't support enough of the bottom, by the feed ramp. This can lead to ka-booms, especially if one reloads a little hot. Not too mention, it can, and does, create the Glock bulge in all fired cases, which can be an issue with reloaders. Personally, I'd wish Glock would throw just a little more metal in that area, as well as change the rifling and the gun would be that much better.

As to the slide lock, it's a convenience thing for me. When doing quals, or understress reloads, the rack it method is the only method. However, when plinking with the wife, the slide lock is a nice feature, and on occasion, I use it as well.

The middle finger blister happens no matter how I grip the gun, lol. The triggerguard rubs against it to the point of causing the blister. My Dremel and G23 have a date, lol, it just hasn't happened yet!
Wellll... I was reloading some .40 one day and my QC was out to lunch. I double charged a case. It was supposed to have 4.5 grains and ended up with 9 grains... It didn't overflow like .223 does to tell me I did something wrong... So I am at a range... Pop pop pop ... pop pop BOOOOM. It felt like a firecracker went off in my hand. My mind took a snapshot of the flames shooting out of every possible crack. The slide release lever was never found. The chamber top and ejection side were missing. The part of the slide just in front of where the chamber is was peeled up and the side under the ejection spot was bulged out and the gun was locked in a position of being partially locked back. Needless to say, I had to go buy a new duty glock (ours are personally owned anyway). 9 grains in a .40 will blow any gun up.

I gave the gun to the dept armorer (I truly gave it to him to keep as a conversation piece) and, about 20 minutes later, he brought me back the frame with new internals and a new slide/barrel assembly and said to use that as the reload gun. Since then, my QC is not allowed to take breaks or lunches.

I like using the extended release because it looks cool but the holster issue bugged me too much so I went away from it.
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Old 08-17-2010, 08:58 AM   #277
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K, I'm back... Went to a small gun shop over the weekend. They didn't have any FN's so I'm going to another store this weekend..

What I've found so far: Glock .19, my hands are too soft to hold one of these. The grip is very "prickly", "spikey". I found myself regriupping it all the time to try to find a "comfy spot".

2nd fav was S&W MP9 (I think) - good weight to it, I would like to shoot this one in the range. Trigger was different, safety in trigger, but it was bendable to the touch. Kinda hard to describe.

My pick: H&K UPS (then I saw the price tag $800). Comfy grip, ambedexdrous (sp) safety (I'm a lefty) it belongs to one of the clerk, he will let me shoot it at the range, so I think I will. Says it's got 1/2 the recoil of the S&W, but I haven't fired the S&W yet so I don't know what 1/2 would be. They also recommended the P30 ($1000+).

Thoughts/comments welcome here. Thankx.

The Glock sounds like a new one, with the RFT type checkering. It it real aggressive, and meant to lock the gun into your palm. blake didn't think it was aggressive enough, lol. Look for a used Glock, 3rd gen is what you are after. Will have finger grooves and tac rail, and mild checkering.

The M&P is on my short list. S&W has copied the Glock trigger safety on at least two other models, as has Springfield/H&K on the xD/2000. It's starting to become more common on polymer duty style pistols. The M&P would be a good choice as it'll include a couple different backstraps, so you can customize the grip to fit your hand a bit better.

The H&K is a good gun, although I don't know about lessened recoil, unless he is referring to the weight of the gun keeping it down. While I won't knock an H&K, I won't buy one either. I'd take the M&P over it.


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Wellll... I was reloading some .40 one day and my QC was out to lunch. I double charged a case. It was supposed to have 4.5 grains and ended up with 9 grains... It didn't overflow like .223 does to tell me I did something wrong... So I am at a range... Pop pop pop ... pop pop BOOOOM. It felt like a firecracker went off in my hand. My mind took a snapshot of the flames shooting out of every possible crack. The slide release lever was never found. The chamber top and ejection side were missing. The part of the slide just in front of where the chamber is was peeled up and the side under the ejection spot was bulged out and the gun was locked in a position of being partially locked back. Needless to say, I had to go buy a new duty glock (ours are personally owned anyway). 9 grains in a .40 will blow any gun up.

I gave the gun to the dept armorer (I truly gave it to him to keep as a conversation piece) and, about 20 minutes later, he brought me back the frame with new internals and a new slide/barrel assembly and said to use that as the reload gun. Since then, my QC is not allowed to take breaks or lunches.

I like using the extended release because it looks cool but the holster issue bugged me too much so I went away from it.

Ouch!! That's definitely a kaboom!! I'm glad we don;t have to buy our own weapons, however, I wish they would at least upgrade us from our 2nd gens!! Although I'll say the Trijicon nightsights on them still work! And they do shoot! Gotta love a Glock, lol, if the ammo is good, it'll go bang everytime!
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Old 08-17-2010, 10:56 PM   #278
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Hi all, I'll add in a couple of mine. I took the first two at my shop, glad no customers walked in at the time.. haha

Remington PSS .308.. Leupold 8-20x illuminated reticle mildot scope, ARMS mounts and rings, HS precision bedded adjustable stock, Magazine conversion, adjustable trigger, Machined chamber and bolt with titanium firing pin, Machined barrel with several matched brakes and flash hiders, adjustable bipod... it shoots better than me


Yes, i know there are two reddots on it .. i switch them out for different sight pictures. i stuck them both on for the pic HA

Doing some training with my competition 12ga..i'm tired of typing... just count the rounds in the air
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I got a chance to put about 50 rounds through my new gen 4 glock 22 last week. I would have liked to shoot more, but it started raining.

It is definitely a bit thinner than my old 22c. i tried switching the backstraps around, but haven't decided which one is i am going to go with. The felt recoil is about the same as my old 22c, maybe a bit less with the new recoil spring. The disassembly is the same, but the new spring is definitely a lot trickier to put back into place as there is actually tension on the thing, unlike my gen 3 glock.


The new grip texturing is the cat's ass. there will be no hand slippages on this new one. i tried a magazine with gloves on it and it worked awesome.


More to follow as i get more rounds through it.
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Old 08-18-2010, 09:46 PM   #280
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The Glock sounds like a new one, with the RFT type checkering. It it real aggressive, and meant to lock the gun into your palm. blake didn't think it was aggressive enough, lol. Look for a used Glock, 3rd gen is what you are after. Will have finger grooves and tac rail, and mild checkering.

The M&P is on my short list. S&W has copied the Glock trigger safety on at least two other models, as has Springfield/H&K on the xD/2000. It's starting to become more common on polymer duty style pistols. The M&P would be a good choice as it'll include a couple different backstraps, so you can customize the grip to fit your hand a bit better.

The H&K is a good gun, although I don't know about lessened recoil, unless he is referring to the weight of the gun keeping it down. While I won't knock an H&K, I won't buy one either. I'd take the M&P over it.
Thankx for your continued help. The shop ordered an H&K P30 too, think the hubby is going to get the S&W M&P (trading my Beretta 92S). I'll keep you posted. Lori
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Old 08-19-2010, 01:55 PM   #281
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Hi all, I'll add in a couple of mine. I took the first two at my shop, glad no customers walked in at the time.. haha

Remington PSS .308.. Leupold 8-20x illuminated reticle mildot scope, ARMS mounts and rings, HS precision bedded adjustable stock, Magazine conversion, adjustable trigger, Machined chamber and bolt with titanium firing pin, Machined barrel with several matched brakes and flash hiders, adjustable bipod... it shoots better than me


Yes, i know there are two reddots on it .. i switch them out for different sight pictures. i stuck them both on for the pic HA

Doing some training with my competition 12ga..i'm tired of typing... just count the rounds in the air

Car audio guy, huh? That's a mag extension on that 12 too, lol. Do you use those speedloaders for it? How do they work out?


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I got a chance to put about 50 rounds through my new gen 4 glock 22 last week. I would have liked to shoot more, but it started raining.

It is definitely a bit thinner than my old 22c. i tried switching the backstraps around, but haven't decided which one is i am going to go with. The felt recoil is about the same as my old 22c, maybe a bit less with the new recoil spring. The disassembly is the same, but the new spring is definitely a lot trickier to put back into place as there is actually tension on the thing, unlike my gen 3 glock.


The new grip texturing is the cat's ass. there will be no hand slippages on this new one. i tried a magazine with gloves on it and it worked awesome.


More to follow as i get more rounds through it.

That's what it was meant for! I love the new checkering, and with gloves, it should be awesome!


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Thankx for your continued help. The shop ordered an H&K P30 too, think the hubby is going to get the S&W M&P (trading my Beretta 92S). I'll keep you posted. Lori
Keep us updated, and don't forget pics when the new one comes home!
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Old 08-19-2010, 03:38 PM   #282
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Old 08-19-2010, 04:35 PM   #283
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I'd love a Lapua! It is such an awesome round, throw it in this gun...



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Old 08-20-2010, 01:00 AM   #284
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[QUOTE=mrray13;2237219]Car audio guy, huh? That's a mag extension on that 12 too, lol. Do you use those speedloaders for it? How do they work out?

I had to machine the extension to get it to fit right but once i did, it will fit 10+1 2 3/4" shells in it. The polished brace on the front is actually a slightly modded billet heater hose clamp i got at the hotrod shop LOL.

Yes, i do have the speedloader tubes. you can see the hooks on the bottom of the action. Usually during a match i would carry 6 tubes at a time and a couple speed clips as a backup at each stage. they work pretty well once modded with a delrin guide rod out the top. I can do a full reload (10 shells) in about 4-5 seconds.
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Old 08-22-2010, 03:04 AM   #286
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Yar I want a Laupa bad. Gata save money for a Z28 tho. . . . .
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Old 08-22-2010, 06:55 PM   #287
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I'll add my guns to the thread.

My full size pistol is a Ruger P95, two 15 round mags plus a 32 round mag.



Here's my carry pistol (I have a permit, by the way), a Kel Tec P-11. 20oz fully loaded with 11 9mm rounds.


And here's a pic of both together.

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As promised the gun shop got the H&K P30 for me to shoot. Just happened to be carrying the Baretta yesterday while out on our Kawasaki's.

Guy beside us had to be shooting a cannon, OMG the floor shook. I had my hands over my ear protection. I waited to fire my weapon until he was reloading cause it kept breaking my concentration, plus his target was about 1-2 ft from mine and it was wiggling back and forth.

H&K P30, comfy grip, a little lighter weight loaded than the Beretta. But I didn't notice ANY difference in the recoil and for over $1000, I can purchase two nice handguns. They sold the S&W M&P and a replacement is arriving tomorrow so we are going to go and shoot that, I think the hubby is already sold on the S&W though. Also shooting the H&K USP tomorrow, but that's almost $900 and can't imagine that it's much different than the P30?

I'll keep ya's posted. Thankx for the suggestions, it's been very helpful for me. Lori
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As promised the gun shop got the H&K P30 for me to shoot. Just happened to be carrying the Baretta yesterday while out on our Kawasaki's.

Guy beside us had to be shooting a cannon, OMG the floor shook. I had my hands over my ear protection. I waited to fire my weapon until he was reloading cause it kept breaking my concentration, plus his target was about 1-2 ft from mine and it was wiggling back and forth.

H&K P30, comfy grip, a little lighter weight loaded than the Beretta. But I didn't notice ANY difference in the recoil and for over $1000, I can purchase two nice handguns. They sold the S&W M&P and a replacement is arriving tomorrow so we are going to go and shoot that, I think the hubby is already sold on the S&W though. Also shooting the H&K USP tomorrow, but that's almost $900 and can't imagine that it's much different than the P30?

I'll keep ya's posted. Thankx for the suggestions, it's been very helpful for me. Lori


lol, I know how that range is... I was standing next to a guy shooting a .44 magnum there... I smelled like burnt gun powder for 2 days after that . I've shot my 12 gauge in there a few times... and completely ripped the whole target off once... I mean everything below the wire came off! . I went back into the store and said "hey, my target fell off". He started to hand me a new one and I said "No.... I mean all of it".... we both had a good laugh. There's a reason why I haven't taken the .50 in there, that thing would probably set off the smoke alarm . Are you planning on sticking with 9mm in the M&P?
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As promised the gun shop got the H&K P30 for me to shoot. Just happened to be carrying the Baretta yesterday while out on our Kawasaki's.

Guy beside us had to be shooting a cannon, OMG the floor shook. I had my hands over my ear protection. I waited to fire my weapon until he was reloading cause it kept breaking my concentration, plus his target was about 1-2 ft from mine and it was wiggling back and forth.

H&K P30, comfy grip, a little lighter weight loaded than the Beretta. But I didn't notice ANY difference in the recoil and for over $1000, I can purchase two nice handguns. They sold the S&W M&P and a replacement is arriving tomorrow so we are going to go and shoot that, I think the hubby is already sold on the S&W though. Also shooting the H&K USP tomorrow, but that's almost $900 and can't imagine that it's much different than the P30?

I'll keep ya's posted. Thankx for the suggestions, it's been very helpful for me. Lori
The USP will probably be as heavy, if not heavier, then the 92FS.

Get the M&P, I think you'll like it. The interchangeable backstraps will go a long way in making it fit your hand.
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Old 08-27-2010, 12:03 AM   #291
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I'm really lusting for one of these!!!! for those who don't know what this is.. its a Israeli Ak variant called the "Galil AR" chambered for the 5.56 round

Since I can't buy a handgun.. mite as well stock up on long arms

For those who have one.. care to share any experiences
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I have a Saiga .223, which is a sporter AK. It's a sporter due to the pistol grip being removed and a standard target stock thrown on it. I've since thrown a Dragonov style stock on it.

If the Galil is anything like the Saiga, which I'm sure it is, it'll run flawlessly, even with cheapo, steel cased ammo. Which is part of the reason I got the Saiga, so I can shoot just about anything out of it, lol. Downside is it's nowhere near as accurate as my Armalite M15. Then again, the Saiga is plenty combat accurate, and that's all one truly needs, right??
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hey guys im very new to guns and im starting to look around for my first gun,

i like the remington r-25, does anyone have an opinion on this gun?

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hey guys im very new to guns and im starting to look around for my first gun,

i like the remington r-25, does anyone have an opinion on this gun?
With DPMS being the primary designer, and they have built ARs for awhile, I will wager this will be a good rifle. Throw a good optic on it, and you should be set for awhile.

What caliber were you looking at?
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I never understood why people take target practice with handguns with the target 2 feet in front of them?

I start at a minimum 10 feet and usually at 25 feet for grins.

The closure rate of a bad guy within 10 feet is quick.

And if you can't hit a target from 2 feet away you need to turn in your gun.
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I never understood why people take target practice with handguns with the target 2 feet in front of them?

I start at a minimum 10 feet and usually at 25 feet for grins.

The closure rate of a bad guy within 10 feet is quick.

And if you can't hit a target from 2 feet away you need to turn in your gun.


When we go target shooting with handguns we shoot at no less then 7 yards and that's only if it is a new gun we are breaking in or we took someone that has never shot before. Most of the time we shoot at 25 yards with handguns.
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With DPMS being the primary designer, and they have built ARs for awhile, I will wager this will be a good rifle. Throw a good optic on it, and you should be set for awhile.

What caliber were you looking at?
the .308, im pretty sure im gonna get that one, im now just trying to figure out what scope to get
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anyone know a good gun forum? i have been getting on the cabelas forum but it doesnt seem like much is going on there
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thefiringline.com is a good one to go too. I've been a member there fro quite a while. It's a good place for a lot of info.
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