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Glock 17 Shooting Demonstration HD VIDEO

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by PTMCCAIN, Aug 18, 2012.

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  1. PTMCCAIN

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    The Glock 17, the original and, in some people's opinion, the best. It debuted in 1982 and has been going strong ever since.

    Do you have one?
    What do you like most about it?
    What do you like least about it?

    What have you done to yours? I've added Talon Grips, that's it.

    Here's a HD video I uploaded giving some pretty nice shots of it in action, and then some accuracy demonstration, or, I should say, an indication of what it can do in more capable hands than mine.

    Link to video here.
     
  2. PTMCCAIN

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    You'll just have to get over it.
     
  3. PTMCCAIN

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    Congratulations, you have been on this forum for a day and you have proven yourself to be unworthy of "The High Road."
     
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    Interesting video. It's not just you but I find a lot of people like to state that the Glock is just "combat accurate" or something similar. Out of the box the Glock is just as accurate as any pistol I've ever shot if you take the time to learn the trigger and smooth it through shooting. My Glock 19 is quite capable of sub 2 inch groups at 25 yards.
     
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    Ok. This is getting closed. One, snide comments and responses about fingernails is intensely stupid. Two, while I have no problem with anyone posting links to their own content, that tolerance ends the second that the conversation drifts to video tips and not the firearm in question.
     
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