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I just sold a Glock 23. Hurt to let it go..

My brother's 23 hurts to shoot. (Maybe I've got a defective finger?)
Somehow, that doesn't keep me from daydreaming about a 27. Wink


If you'd a dropped a G32 barrel in that G23, you would still own it... Big Grin

I don't care for 40cal in any handgun...
G33 over a G27 any day of the week..IMHO


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My current Glocks are 17,19,21,26,26/27,32/23,36 and 42. I made the mistake of getting rid of my first 27 so I bought an NiB upper and trigger housing w/40 ejector and mags to convert my spare 26 to a 27.

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I cant explain it but I so want a gen4 26. I know it makes no sense, it is not that much different then my P239. But damn, the one I shot, shot so well and it is like an itch I cant scratch. Help me.
 
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There's no helping you now. The Glock has you. And your P239 doesn't take 17/19/33rd mags, either. Just succumb. You know you want the G26. Razz
 
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I cant explain it but I so want a gen4 26. I know it makes no sense, it is not that much different then my P239.


Actually, it's pretty different.

- Higher capacity. (8 rounds vs. 10 rounds, plus the ability to accept even higher capacity magazines with 15/17/33/etc. rounds.

- Lighter weight. (A loaded G26 is still 3 ounces lighter than an unloaded P239.)

- Smaller.


 
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So i installed a ghost #3.5 connector and a zev competition trigger spring.

Immediately i couldn't tell the difference besides a slight bit of creep. I was kind of bummed but it was only $20.

I dropped some oil on the parts and dry fired a bunch. Now after 2 weeks of dryfireing and 3-400 rounds i can definitely tell a noticeable improvement. Lighter and the noticeable creep is barely perceptible.


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So i installed a ghost #3.5 connector and a zev competition trigger spring.

Immediately i couldn't tell the difference besides a slight bit of creep. I was kind of bummed but it was only $20.

I dropped some oil on the parts and dry fired a bunch. Now after 2 weeks of dryfireing and 3-400 rounds i can definitely tell a noticeable improvement. Lighter and the noticeable creep is barely perceptible.


Good news as I am installing the Ghost connector in my 42 and 43. Also a vltor slide stop.
 
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- Smaller.


Not in THOSE pictures! Wow! Wink


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Just bough another one today, a new Gen4 Glock 21. Many more Glocks to follow. Life is good. Bill


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Almost bought a Glock today but I stopped myself just in time to buy a P220. It was close. I'm gonna eat red meat in honor of my bravery.


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I just put a Ghost Edge connector in my 43 and can't tell a huge difference either. Some of the grittiness is gone, but the pull is still heavy.


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Almost bought a Glock today but I stopped myself just in time to buy a P220. It was close. I'm gonna eat red meat in honor of my bravery.


Sold my WG P220 and bought a Gen 2 G21... Big Grin



Had money left over to have CCR plate the G21 in CPII.. Wink





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I just put a Ghost Edge connector in my 43 and can't tell a huge difference either. Some of the grittiness is gone, but the pull is still heavy.


Try the zev competition spring. It will help with the weight. Then shoot a few hundred rounds.


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Almost bought a Glock today but I stopped myself just in time to buy a P220. It was close. I'm gonna eat red meat in honor of my bravery.


I love my P220's, but I keep a G21 with a WML in my Bedroom Smile




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I just put a Ghost Edge connector in my 43 and can't tell a huge difference either. Some of the grittiness is gone, but the pull is still heavy.


Try the zev competition spring. It will help with the weight. Then shoot a few hundred rounds.


"Attack life, it's going to kill you anyway." Steve McQueen...
 
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Nice score, Ranger20. I would've picked it up at that price, no question.
 
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I wish I still had my Gen 1 G17. It was my first handgun, I bought it in 1990.


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just installed a factory smooth trigger on my Gen4 19. I loved it so much on my 17, I figured it would be a wise investment. I cannot believe the 19 didn't come with it from the factory, It's a noticeable improvement (At least to me).
 
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Just bough another one today, a new Gen4 Glock 21. Many more Glocks to follow. Life is good. Bill


Congrats on your new purchase. I bought a Gen4 Glock 21 as well towards the end of last year. all I can say is WOW! What a great shooter!!


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