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Old 10-10-2013, 07:04 AM   #1
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My Glock experience has now come full circle. Over 20 years ago (25?) I started off with a Glock 21. Kept that several years. Toyed with a Corbon 400 conversion on it that did nothing but jam.

Sold it, and moved to a Glock 20. Kept that (still have it) a little over 20 years.

I have purchased in the last few months a G20SF, G23C, G32, and about every conversion barrel for each of them.

Today I purchased a G21 conversion kit with night sights for $275 on eBay.

I really enjoy the Glock pistols. Will be good to send a few rounds of 45 down the range again.

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Old 10-10-2013, 04:09 PM   #2
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Nice! I have the glock 21 and it is a great gun! Have you done any other customizations to your glock? I was thinking of putting the ghost 3.5lb drop in connector and the tungsten heavy guide rod.

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Glad you enjoy them. We all need a pistol that we swear by. Congrats on the conversion kit.

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Nice! I have the glock 21 and it is a great gun! Have you done any other customizations to your glock? I was thinking of putting the ghost 3.5lb drop in connector and the tungsten heavy guide rod.
Just put it in mine. I love it. Some say that the trigger becomes too light for carry though.
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It may be too light for carry; however, isn't that why we keep our finger off the trigger until we are ready to fire? Let me change the subject a little.... Originally I wanted to buy the HK USP .45 but didn't have the money. I went with the glock and I have to admit I have been happy thus far. What do you think about the HK?

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My dept used both the old USP and the new USP. The old ones were great shooting guns and tough as nails. They put up with hundreds of thousands of rounds and general maintenance kept them running well. The new USP shot great but very quickly showed problems with high volume shooting. Various internal problems. Keep in mind these saw probably 20,000+ rounds a year though. We went to the S&W mp and they are breaking sooner than the USP.

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What dept are you with. I'm a former LEO medically retired. Worked in Los Angeles. They still issue the beretta 92f. Okay gun but compared to the HK it's crappy...

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WOW! That is a good price for that. A .45 upper is one of my planned conversions for my G-20

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I love my G21SF and the N82 Tuckable makes it a surprisingly comfortable carry gun!
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