Gun Magazine Deals: Glock 19/17/34 FACTORY 9mm Mags, 10-Packs $199.99

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Glock 19 17 34 FACTORY 9mm Mags 10-Packs Deal Jan
Glock 19 17 34 FACTORY 9mm Mags 10-Packs Deal Jan

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gcm
gcm
9 months ago

Both of these tests are a crock. The torture test as the guy calls it, he puts a mag in all his mixtures only to shake them off, tap them on the table, and tries to impress us with a gun that fires afterwards. I have my Glocks with factory mags that came with them, and I like them very much, but I also bought 10 Korean mags for each caliber to load before inside range time to get more practice instead of loading. The Korean mags came brand new in the sealed envelopes, and I inspected each for flaws,… Read more »

Will Flatt
Will Flatt
9 months ago

Glock: a gun so perfect that there’s not a single part that doesn’t get replaced or even the frame being modified. Yeah. Perfection. Poly80 is actual perfection!!

Will Flatt
Will Flatt
9 months ago
Reply to  Will Flatt

I was sarcastically commenting on Glock’s slogan and the fact that if the gun is so ‘perfect’, why do Glock fanboys always insist on replacing literally every factory part and then modify even the frame??? If it were ‘perfection’ people would leave them alone. The agency I worked for (in Indiana) had Glocks and I wasn’t half as impressed as the fanboys act. It worked, that’s good, but it’s not like Gaston Glock was God’s gift to mankind. In fact, I dont own any in my personal collection because I don’t want to be in any way associated with the… Read more »

RoyD
RoyD
9 months ago
Reply to  Will Flatt

So, WF, do you own a Springfield XDM?

Will Flatt
Will Flatt
9 months ago
Reply to  RoyD

Hi Roy… yeah just got one in .40, think I’ll get a 10MM. I hear the XDM is a lot less snappy than other 10mm’s. Shoots great, no problems, other SA owners report good results and very strong reliability. Definitely better than a number of S&W or Ruger offerings, but every manufacturer has certain guns that shine above the others, and some that shouldn’t be considered at all. I might get a Glock IF they ever get their heads out of full rectal defilade and offer a PCC. Then I may buy a matched set (same caliber). Perhaps. If the… Read more »

gcm
gcm
9 months ago
Reply to  Will Flatt

Will f i don’t know if you know it or not, but the polymer80 is not made by Glock. The bottom half is made out of polymer, i know we all knew that, but the company that made it is named polymer80. You build it, and you have to use your own glock slide. So as far as your statement Glock perfection, its only as perfect as you build it. Although they do use Glock original parts to build the lower, but aftermarket parts are available for the poor little rich kids that want their polymer80’s and Glocks look like… Read more »

Will Flatt
Will Flatt
9 months ago
Reply to  gcm

You miss my point. Glock is so perfect that the builder doesn’t even need to buy OEM Glock parts. If you’re a competent builder, you can have a “Not-Glock” that is every bit as ‘perfect’ or moreso than the actual thing. You miss my point that people who buy Glocks often mod it out so completely there’s practically nothing left that’s actually Glock (such as the frame), and even that gets modded so heavily that it’s ‘Not-Glock’.

RoyD
RoyD
9 months ago
Reply to  Will Flatt

All my Glocks (19s, 20,23,30,32) have the same things done to them. A “-” connector, polish job on slide parts, extended slide release (ok-slide stop), extended magazine release (and that is modified), all have Wolff guide rods and 24lb springs which is for use with heavy loads, and the ridges are taken off the small frame triggers until they are replaced (with smooth faced triggers) when worn out, polish job on trigger bar and the rest, including sights, are stock.

gcm
gcm
9 months ago
Reply to  RoyD

Roy, did you ever catch that Glock melt down on you tube? I think they used a G18 full auto, or put a full auto sear in a g17, anyway they had a table full of loaded mags and they were going non stop until the gun failed, or they ran out of ammo. Long story short, the plastic guide rod never failed, but the frame started to warp, just enough to not let the trigger reset, so they called it after around 800 rounds or so, but they didn’t realize they could have manually pulled the trigger forward, and… Read more »

gcm
gcm
9 months ago
Reply to  Will Flatt

Not in my world, mine are all stock with 100% stock parts, but I will say before I started buying Glocks, I have and use several other brands and calibers, but as much as I will get accused of being a Glock fan boy, whenever I go to gun shows, or shops, and look at other brands, I always compare them to Glocks, and to me, most others there’s no comparison. Now before I get slammed for saying other manufacturers aren’t up to Glocks standard, I must say I have most of those other brands, and the ones I have,… Read more »

Will Flatt
Will Flatt
9 months ago
Reply to  gcm

@gcm I think the best reason why Glocks are the standard that all others are compared to is the fundamental similarity between all Glock models. Caliber may change, barrel length may differ, overall size may differ as well… but 95% of the time one can say a Glock is a Glock is a Glock. That general modularity including the magazines is what makes Glock ‘The Standard’.