New Glock 34
I had been looking at getting a 34 for several weeks to have a pistol for some fun competitive shooting and because you can't have too many pistols around the house. I went to my local range/store today and was fully expecting to order a 34 as they didn't have one in stock last week when I shot the rental 34 on their range. Lo and behold, it turns out that they did have one hiding in the display case today. So I bought it and shot about 100 rounds through it without any problem.
Here are some so-so pics from the iPhone's camera:
And a shot of the 19 and 34 together:
Good find! I like the look of the 34. :smt023
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A good pair; they complement each other nicely!
I always liked the proportions of the G34 and G19 better than the G17, which appears to have too much grip (grip looks nearly as long as barrel/slide). It obviously doesn't bother me too much (I own a G17), but I prefer the looks of the G34/G19, or even the G26.
Very nice looking guns. Congrats...
Congratulations. I own both of them too. My G34 is a dedicated competition gun. After shooting my initial 1,000 rounds through it, I changed out the trigger return spring to an overpowered one to smooth up the trigger a little more and it's great. Try Warren Tactical sights on it, you'll be impressed if you're gonna compete.
My G19 is a carry gun, so I've changed nothing but the sights.
Good job !!! Congrats on your new Glock :smt023
Very nice. Makes me want another haha! Congrats on your buy.
I went back and forth on getting one for quite some time. I finally cashed in a GSFF certificate on one and paid the up charge. Glad I did it. I did switch the minus connector for a standard so that it wouldn't be that different from my other models. I just need to shoot it enough now to smooth it up some.
It's the best competition pistol for Production or SSP divisions IMHO. Here's me doing OK shooting steel plates with mine, YouTube - Glock 34, Man on Man IDPA Steel Plate Match
Cool little video and congrats on your victory. That looked like fun.