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  1. They're not that much harder to conceal. I keep...

    They're not that much harder to conceal. I keep a Magpul 21 rnder in the left front pocket.
  2. I believe it's bad juju to overload a mag like...

    I believe it's bad juju to overload a mag like that.

    I have some 17 rnders that will take 18, if I push hard, but doing this can damage the spring, overstress the feedlips, etc.

    If I were you,...
  3. The +2s w/insert are cheapest from the Glock...

    The +2s w/insert are cheapest from the Glock store, off their website.
  4. I would say go with the G17 mags. I carry s G19...

    I would say go with the G17 mags. I carry s G19 alot, and only carry G17 mags w/+2s and/or Magpul 21 rnders for spares.

    Sometimes with one of those in the gun, but usually with the 15 rnder.
  5. Well I'm running gen4 G19 now daily. Just got...

    Well I'm running gen4 G19 now daily.

    Just got it, I waited 10 years for them to work out the bugs. Ha.

    Running gen 2s and 3s for years, still do.

    Gen4: no problems at all, 100% reliable. ...
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    I prefer Montana Gold, but the cheapest I've...

    I prefer Montana Gold, but the cheapest I've found locally is Rainier Ballistics or HSM plated.

    Lately been using the HSMs, 124gr, with Titegroup. 4.3 gr. Very accurate in my Glocks.
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    That's a good deal either way. I would've...

    That's a good deal either way. I would've suggested going with an OEM barrel, no matter what. Interested to see what they do.
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    Excelent posts, Clobbersaurus. I do love seeing...

    Excelent posts, Clobbersaurus. I do love seeing some "what goes around comes around" in some of Glocks design lineage.

    I have a 2nd gen G17, made apparently in Feb of 1990. Not the original...
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    OP, that looks awesome. Great job!

    OP, that looks awesome. Great job!
  10. I found far more interest in the linked article...

    I found far more interest in the linked article below that one, about the M1152 &M1153 9mm ammo being issued.
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    Lots of dryfire keeps me from doing it.

    Lots of dryfire keeps me from doing it.
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    I had a blast (literally) shooting my Firestar. ...

    I had a blast (literally) shooting my Firestar. Never really seemed that snappy. Decent gun, for what it was.
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    "You could get killed walkin' your doggie." ...

    "You could get killed walkin' your doggie."

    Awesome find. I had a Star Firestar .40 once upon a time. Loved the little thing, until it was time to find mags or parts for it. Traded it away.
    ...
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    Yeah, mine's been reliable for sure. Initial 50...

    Yeah, mine's been reliable for sure. Initial 50 rnds, a couple of failures to go all the way into battery. After that slight break-in, it's been 100% reliable over the next 330 rnds.

    Very...
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    Indeed, blue loctite on everything that matters.

    Indeed, blue loctite on everything that matters.
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    I'm with Drang, don't care for the principle of...

    I'm with Drang, don't care for the principle of "ladies gun". I'm happy to report that my 6 actual is competent and capable, loves her G19 and G43, shoots them well, never leaves home without one,...
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    G43 rocks. Soft shooting and accurate, for bein'...

    G43 rocks. Soft shooting and accurate, for bein' so small.

    What would you want with a longer upper, more velocity and sight radius?
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    Yeah that's a CPX-1, the one with the horrible...

    Yeah that's a CPX-1, the one with the horrible thumb safety.

    I have a CPX-2, the one without it. Decent little gun.
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    The other day, saw an armored courier asshat. ...

    The other day, saw an armored courier asshat. Grossly overweight, stupidly loaded down with kit on his PC, Glock in a dumbass serpa lock dropleg, bangin' around about his knee. Head was NOT no a...
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    Good show, another tool in the toolbox!

    Good show, another tool in the toolbox!
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    Poll: For me, the key to staving off flinch is dryfire....

    For me, the key to staving off flinch is dryfire. I believe dryfire is extremely important.

    I am not okay with the gun "dipping down" after firing either, if I'm doing that, it means I'm not...
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    If all your mags run fine, I see no practical...

    If all your mags run fine, I see no practical reason to do this.

    Glock has been doing the "follower upgrade" thing for years.

    I run Glocks in 9mm and .40, and over the years I personally have...
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    Good job, OP. I also have found a laser...

    Good job, OP.

    I also have found a laser boresighter to be useful in training. I often use one in dryfire (we're running Glocks, using the trick of keeping them slightly out of battery with a tiny...
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    Yeah you can get them from JMCK, or...

    Yeah you can get them from JMCK, or diyholster.com.
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    To answer the OPs question, my gen 2 G17. ...

    To answer the OPs question, my gen 2 G17.

    And I agree though many sessions with fewer rounds downrange is often a better training value than one massive session in a great while.
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