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  1. MPF

    New Glock 22 LR - G44

    The video I watched from TFB said straight swapping a G19 slide is a no go due to a different locking block. Now, whether we can just install a G19 locking block and then rock and roll is yet to be seen.
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    New Glock 22 LR - G44

    I really don't get why do many people are disappointed about this. The basic technology for all the guns we use today hasn't changed all that much in the last 100+ years. Were you all expecting glock to be the first to introduce energy weapons or something? If the Glock 44 is as reliable as they say, then it sounds like a good time to me. Having to buy the threaded barrel is BS though.
  3. Does this mean gen 5 slides are coming?
  4. The window is a kinda small compared to the DPP but a little practice and I have no issue bringing the dot up. It sits pretty close to the slide, which helps too. Glassis clear, very slight tint. The brightness is great, even in direct summer sunlight I only have to go up one setting from the default (7). Inside I keep it on 6 or 7.
  5. I haven't noticed any brass strikes on my gen 5, but I don't have any experience with other gens and rds.
  6. I have an ACRO and it's been very good so far. However, I think it'd be too wide for a 43 width side. The ACRO is 30mm wide which would be about 1.5mm wider on either side of the frame and 4mm overhang on each side of the side
  7. I got my slide back from KE the other day and it's really nice work. The ACRO sits reeeally low to the slide.
  8. I have one on the way and my slide is at KE Arms right now getting milled for it. For a purely USPSA carry optics application a DPP is probably better, but I'm going to use this gun/optic for general defensive duty and competition so I wanted Aimpoint level bombproofness. I won't have any backup irons on this gun, I want the optic to totally replace the sighting system and force me to learn to use a dot effectively for all applications.
  9. I shot my G45 in production last weekend. It's bone stock and performed well. I can make good hits and the Gen 5 stock trigger really isn't bad at all. I currently have an Aimpoint ACRO on preorder to go on this gun for CO and general defensive duty. We'll see how that combo works out.
  10. The TTI springs that came with my base pads were longer than the factory springs and seem to be pretty stiff. We'll see how they run.
  11. I was totally ready to have my G45 milled for a DPP but now that I've seen the new Aimpoint ACRO being showed off at shot show I'm thinking I might wait for them to release.
  12. Found a good deal on the G45 so I figured I give it a shot. Curious to experiment with the hybrid design in CO since there's no sight radius handicap to worry about. I do also like how the 34 shoots too, so we'll see.
  13. I picked up a G45 the other day and will be getting some trigger time on it this weekend. The plan is to have it milled for a DPP.
  14. I just ordered my first set of TTI +6 basepads so I guess I'll find out if I have this problem or not soon enough. I wonder if there are any difference between the magazine generations that could cause issues? Like does one generation of follower allow for more or less compression than another?
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