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    Butch's Avatar

    The six o’clock hold

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    Originally Posted by barefoot View Comment
    I don't have anything that would measure it precisely enough, I'm sure - but it looks like it has a Glock logo on top and it has "AJ2" on the side. I checked the Glock website and didn't find this - my initial impression is that all front sights would be the same height, since there are different rear sights to adjust elevation ... but maybe you can tell me different? or perhaps I need to replace the stock rear sights with the taller rear sight?
    Sounds like a night sight:


    What's on the rear? Steel? Does it have a single line on the side like the second one in this pic? (6.5)
    Posted 04-06-2011 at 23:03 by Butch Butch is offline
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    The six o’clock hold

    I don't have anything that would measure it precisely enough, I'm sure - but it looks like it has a Glock logo on top and it has "AJ2" on the side. I checked the Glock website and didn't find this - my initial impression is that all front sights would be the same height, since there are different rear sights to adjust elevation ... but maybe you can tell me different? or perhaps I need to replace the stock rear sights with the taller rear sight?
    Posted 04-06-2011 at 22:21 by barefoot barefoot is offline
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    Butch's Avatar

    The six o’clock hold

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    Originally Posted by barefoot View Comment
    My G26 was purchased used and has an aftermarket front sight - and it hits consistently low when using 6 o'clock hold. Is the aftermarket sight too tall?
    Well, it sounds like it!

    Do you have a way to measure the height of the front sight? And how far below point of aim is the impact?

    Check out Ameriglo's sight calculator too, you might find it very helpful. http://www.ameriglo.net/sights/calculator
    Posted 04-06-2011 at 13:02 by Butch Butch is offline
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    The six o’clock hold

    My G26 was purchased used and has an aftermarket front sight - and it hits consistently low when using 6 o'clock hold. Is the aftermarket sight too tall?
    Posted 04-06-2011 at 10:39 by barefoot barefoot is offline
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    Posted 03-07-2011 at 17:11 by Glock Coma Glock Coma is offline
    Updated 03-11-2011 at 15:51 by Glock Coma
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    Trigger Control for Dummies

    the army stores sell dummy rounds cheap
    Posted 02-27-2011 at 17:40 by SCC SCC is offline
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    Glock Trigger Combinations

    I've never been happy with "'cuz I said so" answers.

    Thanks for the explanation!
    Posted 01-16-2011 at 15:16 by greenLED greenLED is offline
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    Glock Trigger Combinations

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    Originally Posted by greenLED View Comment
    Butch, would you mind explaining why? Thanks.
    I suppose 'Glock says' isn't the answer you're looking for....right?

    The NY/8lb connector combination puts too much pressure on the trigger bar/connector interface and galling can occur. When that happens it can be very difficult (if not impossible) to make the gun fire.
    Posted 01-16-2011 at 13:31 by Butch Butch is offline
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    Glock Trigger Combinations

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    NY springs should NOT be used with the 8lb connector.
    Butch, would you mind explaining why? Thanks.
    Posted 01-16-2011 at 13:21 by greenLED greenLED is offline
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    Using the Glock Magazine Loader

    Butch,

    I have owned no less than 10 Glocks in my life and I have honestly never known exactly how to properly use one of these. You are right, they make getting the last few rounds into a newer magazine much easier, especially number 15 on my G19.

    Thanks for the tip!
    Posted 12-20-2010 at 17:30 by MphsTiger1981 MphsTiger1981 is offline
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    Trigger Spring Broke? Keep Shooting!

    Thanks for the info & pics! I was just reading a post on The Firing Line where concerns were that the trigger spring made the Glock unreliable. Never had a problem with mine, but next time I'll have a good answer.

    Dave
    Posted 12-18-2010 at 08:58 by Dave.1 Dave.1 is offline
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    Trigger Spring Broke? Keep Shooting!

    very good info butch !!!!
    Posted 12-04-2010 at 07:53 by SCC SCC is offline
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    Trigger Spring Broke? Keep Shooting!

    Butch,
    This was demonstrated to us in the Glock Armorer Course I took in June. The instructor had us REMOVE the spring to show us how to run the gun in the event of a break. Its still incredible to me that a gun will still run with a major part removed (or broken).

    After the first time you manually cycle the slide (after breakage), the firing of a round will continue to cycle the slide thereafter.

    Drew
    Posted 11-26-2010 at 09:31 by Keeplokd Keeplokd is offline
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    The six o’clock hold

    Thanks Butch. That will help me work on my aim.
    Posted 11-26-2010 at 05:43 by ADK_40GLKr ADK_40GLKr is offline
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    The six o’clock hold

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    Originally Posted by ADK_40GLKr View Comment
    But, with your sight picture #2, with the front sight on the bottom of the black area on the target and the impact at the center of the bulls eye (2" higher)- won't the target have to be at a specific distance, or else the bullet will continue rising to it's mid range zenith and then start dropping back to the line of sight?
    Correct! But that's how you sight the gun in when you are shooting in a competitive bullseye match.....you want the bullets to hit the center of the target to get the highest point value.

    If you aren't shooting bullseye competition, you probably want to sight the gun in so your bullets hit the target just above the top of your front sight (like shown in the first pic above).

    Then, if you use a six o'clock hold (so you can shoot your best group), your bullets would impact the target near the bottom of the black bullseye...like this:

    Then, if you want to hit the center of the target, you'd use a center hold instead of a six o'clock hold.....point of aim equals point of impact:
    Posted 11-25-2010 at 20:33 by Butch Butch is offline
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    The six o’clock hold

    Butch,
    I like this. The type of thing I'm working on right now. But, with your sight picture #2, with the front sight on the bottom of the black area on the target and the impact at the center of the bulls eye (2" higher)- won't the target have to be at a specific distance, or else the bullet will continue rising to it's mid range zenith and then start dropping back to the line of sight?
    Posted 11-25-2010 at 15:20 by ADK_40GLKr ADK_40GLKr is offline
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    The six o’clock hold

    100% right. Wouldn't change anything you have said.
    Posted 11-23-2010 at 11:27 by Drew Furst Drew Furst is offline

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