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diamondd817 last won the day on February 23 2017

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  1. They are really convenient for transporting ammo to the range.
  2. diamondd817

    Glock 34

    The Glock 34 comes with a minus (-) connector from the factory so the trigger is a pound lighter than the Glock 17's. Also comes with extended slide release. Sights have adjustable rear, but still suck. Glock 34 is the most popular gun by far at any competition, although many people say they shoot their Glock 17 just as good or better.
  3. You can learn to shoot any gun well, feeling good or not in your hand has nothing to do with it. I have a S&W 686 4" that feels awkward in my hand, but I can shoot the nuts off a squirrel at 50yds with it. I'm still going to recommend the Glock 17 Gen 5 or Gen 4 for a striker fired autoloader. They're not the most popular guns in the world for LE, Military, Competition, and Civilians for no reason.
  4. Glock 17 Gen 5. Can't go wrong with a Glock. Done. Unlimited aftermarket parts and accessories. Easy to shoot, easy to maintain, will outlast you, excellent resale value.
  5. It's won't be a mistake as long as you buy a quality pistol. Do you have any gun experience? Do know the difference between action types such as Striker Fired and Hammer Fired, double action, single action, and DA/SA? Manual safety, no manual safety? Do you know about calibers and what caliber you want? I have noticed most first time buyers buy a Beretta 92FS. The most popular pistol(s) in the US is the Glock 19/17. If you just need to scratch that itch right now, I would go for a Glock 19 Gen 5. BTW, did you get a pistol purchase permit, or just your FID?
  6. Shocked? Really? I don't know why everyone keeps falling for this crap. It's the same pattern over and over again. Reschedule, reschedule, reschedule, deny.
  7. "Clips". Oh boy, now you've done it. The Magazine police will be along shortly to scold you.
  8. That multi purpose/plinking range has really improved over the last 2 years. Lots of targets to shoot at now, lots. It used to just be dirt, grass, and a backstop.
  9. I do know collector's have guns imported all the time, I just never asked for details. So, yes, I would say it's possible.
  10. I had the S&W 63. Definitely was not too light. It was like shooting a bb gun. If I were to get another one it would be the S&W 317 kit gun. At least the lightweight would make it somewhat fun to shoot.
  11. Usual protocol is you can use the range the same day after the safety orientation. Although, that was pre-Murphy19.
  12. Thanks for the report. I'm looking to go next week.
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