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This is my current rig I've been running in the SSP and ESP class in IDPA this year. The G34 Glock is almost stock with the exception of a "Ghost Rocket" 3 1/2lbs trigger connector, Wolf springs and the Dawson sight set. The GR connector and aftermarket springs have the trigger breaking smooth at three pounds with a short, crisp reset.

The Dawson rear is milled steel and fully adjustable and the front is serated with a small fiber optic insert. The combination of back serated rear and narrow serrated front with the fiber optic is very fast close and precision on out.

You don't really need to do anything else to a Glock, no out-dated grip or thumb saftey to replace, no thoating to get it to run nothing, just shoot the piss out of it.

The holster and mag carrier are made by Comp-Tac totaly adjustable and very fast, the belt is a Wilderness instructers belt. Not only a good comp rig but a decent CCW rig as well, though I would have to be expecting to walk into a [email protected] storm before I CC the G34.

I like this configeration of Glock quite a bit the 5.25 barrel and light recoil make it very fast and all the moter skills pass over nicley to my G26 CCW. When the G34 isn't giving Browning HP shooters fits in the ESP Class, it has a Surefire light on it in my night stand with three 22 round mags full of Cor-Bon +P's handy. Right now it's my favorite "service pistol" size handgun.

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Chuck Taylor got a Glock 17, gave it to students in his classes over the years, shot something like 175,000 rounds, dunked it in the San Fransisco bay for a month, froze it, ran it over, burried it in sand, and other unpleasant things, and the gun still works and shoots like it did when he bought it.

I don't think even the 1911 will go that far.

That's an excellent idea you have, Teuf. Your carry gun and your competition gun are simular enough so your training will transfer. What is more, since your Glock 34 has a lighter trigger than your 26, then you are training yourself to keep your finger off the trigger till you are ready to fire. The heavier 26 trigger will be no hinderance in a gunfight. You won't notice it at all.

Good shooting.
 

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Ok show and tell time. So I pulled the handguns out of the safe and a few other locations.

Center top to bottom models 26, 36 and 20C. On either side 2 Glock 34's And off set at bottom is the fixed up AMT Hardballer, what you could call the white sheep of the family. :D
 

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Onw of my shooting buddys has a couple of Glocks that he wants to sell. I will look at them more closely.

RIKA
 

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Thanks for the report and pic T. I've got a 27, two 19's and a 17L which is incredible. The 34 is next in the near future. I will carry it a great deal too.
 

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The 17L is nice I had one for years but the OAL made it a PIA to find a holster system I liked for it. That's why I ended up with two 34's.

Teuf- If you want my old 17L the dealer still has it last I checked. I don't know why it ain't moved, the barrel has been Magna Ported and the trigger system re-worked so there is very little overtravel. It's priced under $500 but I can't remember the exact amount; I think it's $469 though I could be wrong. If you are interested PM me And I'll give you their phone# and e-mail address.
 

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nice pics

of the 'herd' todd!


as my right foot throbs in pain, I solomoly proclaim, my next handgun WILL be a glock #31[.357sig]with 3 ,15rd. mags




thanks.
 
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