- About Butch
- 40+ years of competitive shooting experience. 2 years US Army MP. 8 years Mn National Guard rifle and pistol team. 27 year police officer.
- Competitive shooting, Glock Armorer, since 1989 (advanced since 1994).
- Retired Police Officer/Firearms Instructor
U.S. Army-MNNG 73-83 95 Bravo
NRA Patron Member
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After putting a loaded magazine in the magazine well, you let the slide slam shut to push a round out of the magazine and into the chamber. At the same time the rear edge of the trigger bar ‘grabs’ the firing pin lug
and pulls the firing pin part of the way back to a ‘partially cocked’ position.
According to *Butch's* dictionary.....
An innate fear of the use by anyone of the .45 GAP cartridge in preference to the .45 ACP cartridge.
GAPophobes always seem to want to argue about how there is no purpose for the .45 GAP cartridge, no reason for it to exist. No amount of bandwidth wastage on the subject is too much!
They completely and callously disregard the fact that some people don't have hands that...
Put the mag loader over the top of the magazine tube and push it all the way down to make room for the next cartridge.
While holding the loading tool down, start the round into the mag by pushing it back against the mag...
Some Glockers will go so far as to replace the coil trigger spring with a New York trigger spring to insure that they don’t have a breakage. This does work OK, but it also makes the trigger pull a whole lot heavier, and it’s really not needed.
Most of the time when a coil trigger...
Use of the coil spring with any of the three connectors gives a trigger break weight of approximately the weight listed for the connector used. Changes in the power of springs...