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Thoughts on Porting

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I just wanted to get some fellow thoughts on getting a gun "Ported". Honestly for us Glock Owners, does this really seem like something that should be considered? I’ve been a Glock Owner for almost 2 years (sadly I’ve NEVER shot it!) and I’m looking forward to getting gin some range time this year. Now that I’m married and a home owner looks like I will be around for a while.

Judging by the article here “Porting” the gun seems to help with “rise” that the Glocks are evidently known for (I did not know this). Do any of you have your Glock or Pistol ported”

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I would have to agree, also the sound of being blinded by your own gun in an emergency does not compute very well with me. I guess if I ever get into comp. shooting, which I hope I will, then I might consider something like this.
Thanks for the input guys! Looks like porting is out for sure, since my Glock is for home protection. I really need to get out and shoot, I've had an itchy trigger finger since I moved out here.
Picture is from EFKFireDragon.com This honestly does not look very appealing; Am I the only one who thinks an extended barrel is ugly? I know it's not about looks, but geez.. It just seems a little much.
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I admit, the more I look at it the more it grows on me; also with a little help of youtube videos proving this barrel's worth. I've also found out exactly why Glock Store has a freaking wish list! Thank goodness Christmas is coming up! :awesome:
Gotcha.. Yea I'm not making any mods until I try out "classification" match ( I think that's the one you find out what level you're going to compete on). It's going to be a slow go for me at first, that's for sure.
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