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I really didn't intend to buy another handgun, but I went to a show this weekend then stopped by a gun shop on the way back. I had handled one of these pistols and the new stipple gripping was pretty neat. I asked to see one (model 22 in 40) and couldn't believe how good the grip felt in my hand. Couldn't put the da-n thing down, ( sound familiar) I'm not really a Glock fan like my son, however I think I might be with this pistol as soon as I get the sights changed over and trigger job done. I'll keep you posted, Walmart seems to have the best pricing on 40 100 rounds 30 dollars.
 

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You can buy the Federal 50rnd boxes for 13.95 which is less than 30 for 100 and they are better than WWB. IMO. I have shot the 9,40,& 45 in the federals and they're good.
 

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I picked up an RTF 22 when they first came out and put a set of slant pro's, a 3.5# disconect and LWD barrel in it, so far so good. I have seen them called Glock RTF2's and RTF's, is there a diffrence or is the RTF2 the proper name?

J.B.
 

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You can buy the Federal 50rnd boxes for 13.95 which is less than 30 for 100 and they are better than WWB. IMO. I have shot the 9,40,& 45 in the federals and they're good.
that's all I put through any of my handguns at the range now. Cheap, quality, feed extremely well...what's not to love? Oh yeah and the walmarket usually hase tons of them! So they're pretty easy to come by.
 

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I used to reload alot, I haven't touched it for years will probably have to retrain myself but I enjoyed it. Plan to get back into it.
 

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I have resisted the Glock for years, I know the 1911A1 inside and out, how easy is it to work on Glocks?
 

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EASY.............................
Best book if you want is.
"The Complete Guide to Glocks"


This book is better than Armorers Course.

Oh yeah, Get you a LoneWolf Barrel if you want to shoot lead. Good quality and great price. they do offer compensated barrels as well.
 

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I have already ordered the book, I will the barrel shortly. I was going to get the site jig also
 

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the book is outstanding IMO. I learned way more from book than Glocks own Manual. There are a couple other books I don't have yet. One is "Living With Glocks" that LWD sells on their site. Gun Digest has a dedicated Glock book as well and it is avaliable at Book A Million or Barnes&Noble (whichever it is at CrossRoads Mall)
Ghost Connectors are the best if changing the connector. Glockwerks springs are good as well. Their is also a source for parts from a guy you probably know already. Mr McNalley from Florida (he does a lot of gun shows) nice guy to do business with.
Just some info that may be helpful.
 

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I'm really looking forward to the book. My son has been trying to get me to go glock for years so I'll give it a try.
 

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you'll only want more. Y'all should come to the match at the range Sunday. This month it will be short due to it being Father's Day though. 4-stages according to Tom.
 

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Might consider it once I get fiber optic front sight
you stick a Dawson Fiber Optic up there and change tube to GREEN and it is like having a light sitting out there starring at you.
You need to come out. We had 48 this past weekend.
 

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cottonmouth said:
I picked up an RTF 22 when they first came out and put a set of slant pro's, a 3.5# disconect and LWD barrel in it, so far so good. I have seen them called Glock RTF2's and RTF's, is there a diffrence or is the RTF2 the proper name?

8 J.B.
According to the Glock annual it is RTF2. The first RTF design did not make it to production. Now they have another new one called gen. 4. It has bigger polymids on it. Feels better IMHO.
 
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