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Old 06-03-2011, 11:57 PM   #21
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Now that sounds like a win-win upgrade! I'm debating about going the other way and getting the 357Sig barrel for my Glock 22 but enjoy the .40 so much I wonder if I should bother.
If you enjoy the .40 I would like think you would really like the .357 SIG. The .357 is a very smooth shooting round. So much so it has become the favorite of comp. shooters because the ability to retain sight is amazing. If your discretionary income allows, I think 150.00 for a factory Glock barrel in .357 would be a sweet buy.
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Old 06-04-2011, 05:05 AM   #22
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Thanks Dodger, I am thinking about it. Pretty low on the list right now since there are a lot of other things to do now but that's pretty cheap to have almost another gun without having to buy a complete gun and magazines, etc. - just the barrel.

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Cheaper can be getting one of the Federal SS BBL and be able to shoot lead if you want to.

Glock BBL are extremely good, but aftermarket are better, if you really want a high end BBL try a firedragon, KKM, Lonewolf or similar BBL.

some very high end BBL may need fitting to the gun, mine are Federal and are drop-in and never ever had a problem with them.

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I am aware firedragon and Lonewolf make great BBLs but I think Glock has the best of the bunch.

With Glock's Tennifer Process I see no reason to choose anything but original Glock. Now if your looking for a "throw away" bbl to use with lead thats cool, but OEM I think is allways best

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Wasn't trying to sound like a sphincter--it just came out that way after a bad day capping a bad week. I know that the thread has moved on, but I would like to apologize for the snarkiness.

I just haven't read anything great about the Saf-T-Blok (seems like to be effective, it is relatively easily disengaged which seems to defeat the purpose), and I get hyper-nervous about any safety device that requires fiddling with your finger inside the trigger guard.

Bottom line--nobody wants to read about a tragedy.................

On a somewhat related note--how do you like the Clip-Draw? I've wondered about it being in the way of normal slide racking?

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On a somewhat related note--how do you like the Clip-Draw? I've wondered about it being in the way of normal slide racking?
You won't even know it's there. You can sink it low or keep it mid level with plenty of handle to grab. racking is easy cause it's just a flat piece of steel just like the slide.
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Check out the m.I.c. holster from glock its a little better then the sad t bloc in my opinion

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I really wish I could shoot better with polymer guns, I can't seem to do the same as I do with my 1911. Not bashing at all. I tried the springer xd today because I heard so many good things, but it's TOO light it seems :\ same with the glock, feels too light

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Default Pics??

What happen to the pics? you moved or deleted them it says

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To avoid Photoduckits issues, go to User CP on here,
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Then upload all the gun pics you want...and they never get "moved" unless you do it

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