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    Wal-Mart.

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    +1 on Wal Mart 250 round UMC bulk packs around $40 here. WWB $20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nejunior View Post
    Guys thanks for your response. I was wondering if you guys know of any decent deals for practice ammunition? I check out the Dick sport good store for the 500rs of Remington to they were out of stocks.

    Thanks

    Things that make you go hmmmm. Every couple of months the local Dick's put that ad in the local Sunday paper Remington 9mm $8.50 a box if you buy a case. Past two times they did that I showed up mid to late day Monday and they were "sold out". They would not give me a rain-check. Just an observation.

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    Show up earlier next time. Just a suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogRanger View Post
    There's only pro's with the 19...

    Ditto that!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUT View Post
    Ditto that!!
    +1.....

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    Now that you have selected your handgun, invest in a good concealment holster. For a Glock I recommend that you buy a holster that completely covers the trigger guard and that does not have a retention strap. Ultimately you will want a few different types of holster in order to give you more carry options, but a good leather strong side IWB holster from Galco is a good start.

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    Finally got it...

    I finally got my new glock 19 yesterday, I was so excited that I even forgot to pick up some of thge accessories that goes with it.....


    I'm a bid confused about the cleaning of the gun. I was told by other gun owners that I should oil my gun before using it for the 1st time....Is this necessary?....Also what is a decent leather conceal holster for this gun???

    Thanks a lot, I will be posting some pictures soon.

    Thanks for all your help!

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    O.K. with the fear of sounding like a grumpy old but enough with the gun cleaning questions. Again, read the manual that comes with the gun. It will answer all your cleaning questions. Ignore your friends and read what Glock recommends. Then you should be all set.

    With regards to holsters, I suggest looking at Galco. They know their stuff and Bill King who works there can help you pick out the right holster.

    Congrats on the new Glock, now go shoot it.
    Last edited by Ptarmigan; 09-27-2008 at 10:09 PM.

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    Clean a Glock...? Check out what this guy does to a Glock although I wouldn't recommend it.

    http://www.theprepared.com/index.php...iew&id=90&Item

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    A Glock will pretty much eat anything. Every Glock I ever shot liked a pretty hot load but will use target/practice ammo and cycle well. Whit Box Winchester from Wal Mart will do fine.
    Last edited by DevilsJohnson; 09-27-2008 at 10:50 PM.

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    a lot of g19 questions lately

    it is a great gun
    and if the numbers were available i would guess that of all 9mm's this model is sold more than any other model by any manufacturer

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    Quote Originally Posted by hideit
    a lot of g19 questions lately
    You got that right. I have noticed that too.

    Quote Originally Posted by hideit
    it is a great gun
    and if the numbers were available i would guess that of all 9mm's this model is sold more than any other model by any manufacturer
    I never really thought about that but I bet you are right. It has to be right up there.

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    Good choice on the pistol (but you've probably already figured that out).

    For a concealment holster, I don't have much experience with them so I can only talk about one: The SuperTuck from CrossBreed Holsters.

    I'm thin and I have bony hips. I thought an IWB holster was simply out of the question; I was certain there would be no way I could find a comfortable one. Circumstances dictated that I had to get one so I started researching options and came across the SuperTuck. I've been wearing it daily for about four weeks now and I often can't even feel it. It took some "hairdryer handcrafting" to get the retention where I wanted it (instructions are included with the holster, very easy) and the company has an outstanding service reputation. The leather (I went with the horsehide option) took about two weeks to match my body but now the thing is shaped perfectly.

    The design on the SuperTuck allows you to tuck your shirt in between the gun and your pants if you choose.

    I have no regrets with this thing.

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    I own a couple of big bores,but the 9's are just a pleasure to shoot,the 19 ,is great little gun.

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