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I had one at one time. I shot IDPA with a G22. I loved it so much, traded the G22 on the G34 and never got to shoot IDPA again. It was a good shooting weapon. The G34 is the 9mm, right?
 

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I had one at one time. I shot IDPA with a G22. I loved it so much, traded the G22 on the G34 and never got to shoot IDPA again. It was a good shooting weapon. The G34 is the 9mm, right?
yes, 9mm. where do you shoot IDPA? Im thinking of trying my hand at a little USPSA in a few weeks in Glenn, Ms.
 

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I shot at Starkville. That was back in 1999. I think they shoot at Saltillo pretty regularly. PM Reloader for information on that. I really want to try it again. This time I will shoot my 1911.
 

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That ought to be a good one.
 

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Congrats. Got one also except it's used. 'Neck and Bryant convinced me it was better than the 17 for ISPC. Glad they did, best balanced pistol I got.
 

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You'll like it. I use one in USPSA. Make sure u put some Dawson sights on it and work the trigger a little. It will be ready then.
 

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You'll like it. I use one in USPSA. Make sure u put some Dawson sights on it and work the trigger a little. It will be ready then.
Do you have a picture of the sight picture with those sights. I look at the firearms gallary of yours, but didnt see a sight picture pic...unless i over looked it.
Are those sights all black? Plus, those things are TALL. I dont think they would work w/ my holster. Also, did you do the grips? Is a modified grip legal for USPSA?

 

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Stippled grip is legal as long as it is within the lines of original and does not modify the shape. I wanted to file a little under triggergaurd, but it would make it illegal for production. Sights are black adjustable rear and fiber optic in front. Front comes with red installed w/both red and green tubes to change or replace. I changed mine to green cause I can see it better. Height is high, but it isn't a carry gun and my holster clears it fine. I will take a pic if you want andpost tomorrow. They well worth the money. Lots of comp shooters use them.
 

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Stippled grip is legal as long as it is within the lines of original and does not modify the shape. I wanted to file a little under triggergaurd, but it would make it illegal for production. Sights are black adjustable rear and fiber optic in front. Front comes with red installed w/both red and green tubes to change or replace. I changed mine to green cause I can see it better. Height is high, but it isn't a carry gun and my holster clears it fine. I will take a pic if you want andpost tomorrow. They well worth the money. Lots of comp shooters use them.
did you do that grip job yourself
 

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No , guy I shoot with done it for me. I was changing my grip tape about every 2 months or so and thought I would let me stipple it to see how I liked. I love it and am about to get my 35 done the same way. Grip is sure and no slipping. Plus it feels just a tad smaller to me.
 
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