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Old 03-13-2012, 02:57 PM   #1
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Have been looking to get into gssf. Anyone got any advice or maybe a skill level I need to be at before I proceed?

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Old 03-14-2012, 11:33 AM   #2
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Have been looking to get into gssf. Anyone got any advice or maybe a skill level I need to be at before I proceed?

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Join for multiple years is my advice. You don't have to worry about being at any skill level before you join as their matches are aimed for everyone.


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Any advice for a good general purpose glock for home and the range. I thought the g19 would be a good starter. I don't want something too big but my hands are too small for the baby glocks. I also thought about the model 23. Any thoughts?

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Any advice for a good general purpose glock for home and the range. I thought the g19 would be a good starter. I don't want something too big but my hands are too small for the baby glocks. I also thought about the model 23. Any thoughts?

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I have the G17 for competition and home and I love it. I have heard nothing but rave reviews of the G19.
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I did hear that the 9mm is better for competition. I have been watching some videos and have seen a fair amount of people even using the 26. What advantages do the baby glocks hold over the full size in competition if any? I know it would be great for ccw but what about general purpose?

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I did hear that the 9mm is better for competition. I have been watching some videos and have seen a fair amount of people even using the 26. What advantages do the baby glocks hold over the full size in competition if any? I know it would be great for ccw but what about general purpose?

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Honestly just conceal ability. I bought my G17 for competitions because I needed more mags for my 26 and the 17 mag fits the 26 with a grip extender. Baby glocks are great for CCW but for uspsa you want a full size pistol from what I have been told I have seen both used.
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Honestly just conceal ability. I bought my G17 for competitions because I needed more mags for my 26 and the 17 mag fits the 26 with a grip extender. Baby glocks are great for CCW but for uspsa you want a full size pistol from what I have been told I have seen both used.
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