There loader suxs, sorry I had to get that out of my chest.
Maybe they aren't broken in. I haven't used the loader since the 2nd week I owned my gun, but I will admit, that last round DOES hurt my thumb, but it goesYou're lucky! I use it for the last round in my mags. Maybe they aren't broken in yet, but the last one is tough.
Which parts do you believe need upgrading? Just curious.jakedrennan45 said:I love glocks too but to keep them on the less expensive side they have some cheap parts that definitely need upgrading IMO and stock trigger pull is horrible. The big thing about glocks is the overall simple mechanics though that keep them functioning under just about every possible condition and they can be perfected easily with a few new parts. I kind of think of them as Hondas...very reliable but boring and just not up to par without doing your own thing to it.
The part I feel needs replacing is the guide rod and it'd be nice if the striker assembly was free of plastic. Also the grip should be closed at the bottom where you can add a plug. I just don't see the reason for a big gap to collect dirt and it looks unfinished I think. Basically every plastic part other than the polymer frame I like to replace for overall feel and style. I just like to have a fancier looking gun that is still reliable and I think things like a plastic mag release just doesn't have a quality look. Planning to put new sights on eventually but it hasn't been a big priority since I need two pairs and don't want to spend a couple hundred dollars. I think the average glock owner is ok with stock but im pretty much into customizing everything whether it's a gun or not. Every stock weapon I've shot I'm just not a hundred percent satisfied with so all the diff options is a huge reason I love glocks.BangBangBahamian said:Which parts do you believe need upgrading? Just curious.