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jonesy 08-16-2011 05:41 PM

Glocks
 
Have a glock 19 gen 4 I want it to be as accurate as possible and want it to still be reliable. I have a 3.5 lbs trigger and just put a new sight on. everything else is stock what else do I need.

canebrake 08-16-2011 05:47 PM

Have you shot it yet?

Gojubrian 08-16-2011 06:04 PM

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Originally Posted by jonesy (Post 564163)
Have a glock 19 gen 4 I want it to be as accurate as possible and want it to still be reliable. I have a 3.5 lbs trigger and just put a new sight on. everything else is stock what else do I need.

Practice. Practice. Practice.

Firearms4ever 08-16-2011 06:07 PM

"Guns are more accurate than we are". Guns are inherently accurate, but when actually firing them they are only as accurate as the shooter.

Simply put, practice makes perfect ;).

Hackett 08-16-2011 06:38 PM

on a Gen4 19 I'd get a Gen 3 or Lone Wolf Extractor. Glock has had problems with this on the Gen4 19's, and from what I know, only on the 19's. It's a new extractor and for some reason, not working so well on the 19. They are like $8 so not expensive or hard to swap with the right instruction and a 3/32 punch or glock tool.

Otherwise, nothing, but practice, and a lot of 9mm ammo!

jonesy 08-16-2011 07:26 PM

I shoot as often as possible. I'm a marine very bust schedule, but I try. I have the basics down but any tips out there for me

Gojubrian 08-16-2011 07:38 PM

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Originally Posted by jonesy (Post 564228)
I shoot as often as possible. I'm a marine very bust schedule, but I try. I have the basics down but any tips out there for me

:confused: What distance are you shooting? What ammo are you using? What do your targets look like now? :confused:

jonesy 08-16-2011 08:05 PM

I use FMJ not sure what grain. I shoot at human silhouette on the target vital organ are shown I like to see the damage that could be done I use a standard target to just circles leading to a black top to mark the center. I shoot at about 25m and can normally make a group about a 2.5" spread what can I do technique wise

TekGreg 08-16-2011 09:10 PM

Borrow a Ransom or other handgun rest (many clubs and ranges have them to borrow or rent), lock the Glock in, fire 4 or 5 five-shot groups. Average these groups together for the gun's "Innate Accuracy" which is how accurate the gun is without human interference.

The best bet is to start practicing until your accuracy approaches that of your "Innate Accuracy" figures. At that point, any work that will make the trigger and action smoother will help improve your accuracy as well as stepping up to hammer-forged, cryogenic-frozen match barrels fitted to the gun.

jonesy 08-17-2011 02:11 AM

Where would I get one of those barrels


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