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Old 07-24-2012, 05:04 PM   #11
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Let me say that when I mentioned sight picture, sight alignment and trigger control I was trying to relay that other than controlling the Glock you should have no problems. Once again sense of humor does not come across very well.

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Old 07-24-2012, 05:24 PM   #12
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Thanks everyone I'm hitting the range this weekend I'll be back with a range report and best ammo choice for my fat bastard haha

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Old 07-28-2012, 10:15 PM   #13
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Well forget the range I'm sick with a fever and upset stomach!

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Old 07-28-2012, 10:38 PM   #14
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Except reloads...
Mine eats those up also. Glock will warranty against any ammo you toss in it so no big worries. Front sight front sight and feed the beast.
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Old 07-29-2012, 03:53 AM   #15
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Except reloads...
my g22 loves 135gr reloads
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Old 07-29-2012, 05:54 AM   #16
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Except reloads...
Not true I shoot the S*** out of reloads and it's perfect I have beat a reload out of a sig barrel because it won't chamber put it right In my glock 23 and it fired like factory ammo... Glocks will work every time unless it's a cast lead bullet or you r missing a part of the gun * ... I have never had 1 jam 1 miss fire not even a failure 2 eject my glock 2 me is nothing but perfect...
*(Or if you have a D/A who can't reload worth a s*** and his bullets are crap)
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my g22 loves 135gr reloads
Agreed! Ran hundreds of reloads an so far no misfire. Love my glock 22!!
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Right in the Glock factory manual it states NOT to use reloads or cast bullets in a Glock firearm. So take your chances if you want. Non jacketed rounds in a 40 cal Glock, or any cal Glock for that matter, is a death sentance for the weapon.

Go over to the Glock forum and do some reading before you feed it lead. I use the 180 grain Winchester SXT L/E ammunition in all of my Glocks. Including my 23. Do some reading before you decide to "Cheap out" and use reloads or lead bullets in your prized weapon!

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Did you suffer a recent head injury?

From your screen name I'd guess you already own an XDM?

So...we are concerned, just how serious is the brain injury?

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If you are referring to my screen name, for info a "Muleskinner" is one who drives or rides Mules. And no,,,I have not had any recent head injuries.

As for owning an XD, no I don't buy guns made in Croatia.

I will call Glock in the morning and confirm what their owners manual states and what most of the folks "in the know" over at the Glock forum state also.

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