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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by heavy, Dec 14, 2011.
i have owned 5 different models they all shoot where you aim them,everyone agree???
yes, in the glock pics section under grouping photos i have a pic of my carry permit test target. i purchased the glock that morning, ran one box through it, then took the test. i would not hesistate to buy another new one in my near future!
No argument here !
both my G19 and G26 hit right at POA. Doesn't get much better...
Yes, No problem they shoot right where I aim them, now if I could just aim correctly every time.
I have a few Glock pistols (2 40 cal and 2 45 ACP). Only 2 were purchased NIB.
Regardless, it is the ONLY pistol I trust my life with to shoot, right out of the box without a break in. However, the caveat is that you should ensure that your pistol feeds and cycles the defensive ammunition that you do intend to carry.
I have yet to buy a handgun that didn't shoot great out of the box..
I once purchased a S&W Model # 66 that at 15 yards, the pattern was a full 12" to the right and 12" low. To hit center mass, I needed to aim at the top left corner of the target. That was a PITA!
I have always shot better with Glocks. It would cut my group in half whenever I used a Glock vs. antoher pistol. That is why I like them so much! NIB or not, they all shot well for me.
Glock out of the box...
Agreed and well said!
My first Glock a G27 shot where I aimed it, the next 3 didn't but my final Glock a gen3 G17 does so its a keeper.
No problems with my g17!!
not that i've done this but i would........i have so much faith in Glocks right out of the box that I would take any right out of the case, throw them in a mud puddle, rinse them out and rock on.
Its been done on youtube
yeah i know, even buried for two years, dug up and shot 1000 rounds.
Its awsome aint it lol