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  2. Glock 19 Gen 3 Mods to solve BTF issue.

    Let me begin by explaining that my Glock 19 G3 is my second Glock 19 to eject brass in my face at 6:00. I had a G4 do the same and sold it after trying several recommended modifications. I've been told that my grip is not tight enough or all wrong but my other 10 semiautomatics (M&P's, Sigs, Walther, Rugers, Kimber...) all eject properly and the brass doesn't hit me.Not being one to give up easily on a gun with issues, I went all out on my G3 to solve the eject problem and now have an...
  3. On the Eve of Election Day

    On this the eve of Election Day, November 8, 2016 let us be mindful of the sacrifices made in the name of freedom for our United States. Our glorious patriots fought and died to build the foundation by which our country has stood strong as a beacon for the oppressed. Yet some believe that the very foundation of our country is crumbling. Why is the foundation crumbling? Perhaps because we have forgotten the words spoken by John F. Kennedy at his inaugural address Jan. 1961, "And so, my...
  4. Black Guns Matter

    Black Guns Matter: A Revolutionary Approach to Gun Rights With the current and continual threat to our second amendment rights, we need responsible citizens willing to speak out and defend them. And at the same time, we need individuals to address gun violence that we are seeing in our communities. One person going out and doing above and beyond the call of duty is Maj Toure, a 29-year-old NRA member and gun rights activist, who is bringing his message to some of the roughest areas in the...
  5. Glock's and Disability!

    What would you do if you lost some mobility in your hands? This brief article is just one example of what I did to accommodate my disability to use my Glock. Everyone thinks arthritis is for the aged, I'm here to let you in on a secret that Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is an Autoimmune disease that effects the joints in anyone at any age! I was diagnosed when I was 13 years old, I am now in my mid 50's. I was informed by my doctors I have already lost more than 50% of my hand strength. I have...
  6. Blue Lives Matter, All Lives Matter

    Blue Lives Matter, All Lives Matter Last night in Dallas, the country saw the greatest tragedy to hit American Law Enforcement since the September 11th attacks. At a peaceful rally, a small group of men decided to take it upon themselves to take the lives of five of our boys in blue and injure many peaceful civilians. Regardless of the actions of a few, we must stand as the many to protect those who protect us. Police officers live and die by the oath they swore to uphold when entering into...
  7. Customizing your Glock - 5 Great Glocks to Inspire you!

    One of the greatest things about Glock's are their extremely high level of customization. Whether you're adding some new grips, or completely overhauling your firearm were there's a will there's a way and many of our members have that will. Today we're going to take a look at some modifications submitted by the membership. It takes all levels of skill to get these right so if you have any questions please be sure to post them to the forum. I've made sure to include the username under each...
  8. American Elements - Taya Kyle

    Last week marked the three-year anniversary of Chris Kyle's death. A US Navy SEAL sniper and, in the eyes of many, an American hero, Chris was killed along with a friend on February 2, 2013 while at a shooting range in Texas. His wife, Taya Kyle, has spent the last three years honoring his memory and leading the charitable foundation that bears his name, the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation. Taya has also inspired millions with her faith, perseverance, and love of family in her best-selling book...
  9. Video: A Rare Look Inside Daniel Defense

    Daniel Defense is one of the most well-known modern arms makers in the United States. Last year, the CarbonTV team traveled down to Black Creek, Georgia to profile Marty Daniel, the founder of the company, for the show American Elements. They were given a rare glimpse into the story behind the famed manufacturer and learn about what motivated Daniel to start building some of the finest guns to ever grace safes, patrol cars, and firing ranges across the country....
  10. Glock Sport Shooting Foundation (GSSF) celebrates 25th years

    The Glock Sport Shooting Foundation (GSSF), long a subject of conversation on the forum and a popular club for fellowship among like-minded polymer pistol enthusiasts celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year. From GSSF/Glock: GSSF was formed in 1991 and continues to exceed the goal of introducing new shooters to the shooting sports. Since 1991, GSSF has seen more than 120,000 members, over 200,000 match entries, and more than 700 outdoor events. Planned for 2016 are 55 outdoor matches...
  11. Are new MOS models of Glock 9mms coming soon?

    It would appear that a few new offerings for Glock's MOS (Modular Optics System) for mounting reflex and red dot sights are in the pipeline, namely for the G17 and G19 models. The MOS system made its debut at SHOT Show 2015 exactly a year ago and provides factory-original optics ready handguns in a number of models. The MOS feature is currently available on four 4th Gen Glock models including the "Practical/Tactical" G34, G35, G41 and the new for 2015 10mm G40 long slide. The MOS allows a...
  12. AMG brings Lock, Stock and Barrel system for G17

    A new player in the Glock pistol-to-carbine conversion game, American Manufacturing Group, has a system for the 4 Gen Glock 17 that swaps out the barrel of the handgun with a rifle-length drop in and adds a M4 style stock-- while remaining ATF compliant. Why a carbine kit? Pistol caliber carbines date back to the 1850s and the concept in and among themselves are not new. Taking a standard handgun action and adding a short, rifle length (16-20 inch) barrel and a buttstock, you now have a...
  13. Kiwis ditch SIGs, go Glock

    The New Zealand Defense Force has decided to replace the Sig Sauer 9mm pistols they have issued for almost a quarter century with Glock 17s within the next calendar year. What is the NZDF? The combined military service for New Zealand, the 9,000 members of the Defense Force make up the New Zealand Army, Royal New Zealand Air Force, and Royal New Zealand Navy. With a history that dates back to 1845 with the formation of the Wellington Battalion of the Militia and before that to the Maori...
  14. Agency goes G17 with onboard tac lights as standard

    A historic county in Northern Maryland has leaped into the 21st century by retiring not only their old Glock 19s, but moving to new full sized models with Steamlights. The county Carroll County, Maryland, pop. 167,000, abuts the Pennsylvania line and, during the Confederate invasion of that state in the summer of 1863 that halted at Gettysburg, a small but important cavalry charge occurred in county seat Westminster when two companies of the 1st Delaware Cavalry led by Captain Charles...
  15. Glock adopted by two very different departments

    Two law enforcement agencies, separated by a 1,000 miles and the Mississippi River, have decided to go Glock in the past few weeks, making history of sorts for both. Rubber City Akron, the fifth-largest city in Ohio, dates back to 1825 and is home to some 200,000 people. Keeping the city safe is the Akron PD, a professional force of over 450 officers who have repeatedly put their lived on the line for their city and its people. In fact, in the past 98 years, no less than 24 Akron lawmen...
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