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I never intended to replace my G36 for EDC, but this G32 is just too easy to shoot and tack-driver accurate not to carry it. I honestly can't tell a difference in recoil from 357SIG to 9mm. Now I need a G23 bbl so I don't go broke shooting it.

Here's the formula for my own Glock "Perfection":
$0.25 trigger job
Trijicon night sights
CTC grips
Stainless guide rod w/ 22lb. recoil spring


 

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Nice Glock. My idea of perfection is

Glock 17
147gr Hornady TAP JHPs
.25 trigger job
Ghost Rocket 3.5 connector w/over travel stop
Ameriglo Operator Night Sights
grip wrap
butt plug (for the gun you perverts)
 

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One question about Glocks, why do you have to do anything if it is perfection?

Not bashing, just asking
 

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Perfection is slightly different for everyone.

What I find hilarious is that some people get genuinely mad if you modify a Glock in anyway.
 

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I really like the .357Sig round, and I had a wonderful experience shooting a G31.

Two more mods I would suggest are the smooth faced trigger of the full size models and and extended slide stop.

Check out Clyde's out in Bogart for some ammo. They had some cans a Georgia Arms stuff at what seemed to be a good price. It may be "remanufactured"; so, it's up to you to decide whether or not to run it through your Glock.
 

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Rammstein said:
Perfection is slightly different for everyone.

What I find hilarious is that some people get genuinely mad if you modify a Glock in anyway.
You're right. You almost have to give a disclaimer of "Though factory parts are more than adequate..." before any discussion of Glock mods.

They really are great guns out of the box. Pefect? not really, but I don't buy Glocks because they're perfect, just annoyingly reliable. I can't say that for the Kahr, Springfield XD, and Kimber I owned that were all an absolute POS.

Outside of my Dan Wesson 10mm, I will only own Glock, H&K or Sig pistols.
 

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Two more mods I would suggest are the smooth faced trigger of the full size models
Ditto. I cannot imagine going back to the "target" trigger of a regular G19.
 

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Rammstein said:
legacy38 said:
Two more mods I would suggest are the smooth faced trigger of the full size models
Ditto. I cannot imagine going back to the "target" trigger of a regular G19.
I have never even though about changing the trigger out on the smaller guns. I have a G17 and G20 and, you're right, those triggers age much more comfortable. Do you just replace it with a G17 trigger?

Also, before I start another wildfire, I want to clear up my previous post by saying that Kahr, Springfield, and Kimber all make quality firearms. The world doesn't revolve around me and just because I just had bad experiences with them doesn't mean that they aren't fine pistols.
 

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Blackadder said:
Rammstein said:
legacy38 said:
Two more mods I would suggest are the smooth faced trigger of the full size models
Ditto. I cannot imagine going back to the "target" trigger of a regular G19.
I have never even though about changing the trigger out on the smaller guns. I have a G17 and G20 and, you're right, those triggers age much more comfortable. Do you just replace it with a G17 trigger?

Also, before I start another wildfire, I want to clear up my previous post by saying that Kahr, Springfield, and Kimber all make quality firearms. The world doesn't revolve around me and just because I just had bad experiences with them doesn't mean that they aren't fine pistols.
Yup. Just put a G17 trigger in it.
 

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Yes, that serrated trigger has to go especially if you shoot alot of rounds at the range. I have dropped in smooth triggers in all of my Glocks. It has made a difference to me. The only other thing I have done is to add a grips.
 

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Two things I hate about GLOCKs ..... the slick grip and sights.

I use Tru-Grip on my competition guns ...http://www.mle-shootingsports.com/trugrip.htm

I also change out the sights to heinie sights. Although, this weekend I changing to Sevigny sights.

I'm not a polishing kind of Glock shooter. I've accepted that a GLOCK is not a 1911. I do "stone" the parts to get rid of the tool marks and burs but no polishing for me.
 

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Mike from Philly said:
Two things I hate about GLOCKs ..... the slick grip and sights.

I use Tru-Grip on my competition guns ...http://www.mle-shootingsports.com/trugrip.htm

I also change out the sights to heinie sights. Although, this weekend I changing to Sevigny sights.

I'm not a polishing kind of Glock shooter. I've accepted that a GLOCK is not a 1911. I do "stone" the parts to get rid of the tool marks and burs but no polishing for me.
I change the sights as well. I have looked at the trugrip, and may give it a try.
 

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I shot this today from 20 yards (15 rd. mag. of Double Tap 125gr Gold Dots).

I'm not a crack shot, so this is definitely one great setup for a G32.

 
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