Attended the Glock Advanced Armorers School in Pittsburgh, PA (Allegeny County) about 10 years ago. They basically threw a bunch of screwed up guns in a pile and said diagnose and fix 'em. Good time, but after 2 full days of that I didn't want to even look at a Glock for months!
My Chief went to Smyrna for the school around the same time, and said it was a blast. They treated him great, and they even sent him home with some "homemade" tools they use in the factory along with a ton of Glock parts.
The training was well worth the time and money.
BTW, when I went to the school, the G18 was briefly covered, but we didn't get to play with them.
Last edited by Sgt01; 08-25-2011 at 11:13..