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Found this and thought it was cool with some good info for those interested in shooting sports. Check it out the intro is worth the minute it takes to play out. Plus take a extra 15 seconds to check out the slow motion video of R lee Ermy shooting the glock pistol under the videos section. I found the movement of the pistol under recoil fascinating. It appears he is shooting a "C" model

http://www.teamglock.com/home.aspx
 
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OH, thats a pretty cool site. Some neat videos.
 

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My god-- I was watching some of the videos of the shooters. How the hell do they keep their pistols from recoiling upwards?? It was like they're mounted on a vise. No muzzle flip whatsoever.

Also, I might be reading too much into it, but in the opening video one of the men in a K9 cap was holding the Glock in one hand and it was a little off vertical. Probably rotated to the gun's 10 or 11 o'clock. Is that how we're supposed to aim with one hand?
 

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Found this and thought it was cool with some good info for those interested in shooting sports. Check it out the intro is worth the minute it takes to play out. Plus take a extra 15 seconds to check out the slow motion video of R lee Ermy shooting the glock pistol under the videos section. I found the movement of the pistol under recoil fascinating. It appears he is shooting a "C" model

http://www.teamglock.com/home.aspx
It looked like they were repeating a single segment of video... the shell casing wound up in the exact same place with every shot...
 

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That's awesome - The team glock site has always been better than glock.com and now they've taken it up a notch. FINALLY glock has info about gen4 (and even the sf guns) online.

Thanks sfguard
 

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Sweet I just bought my first glock and I have been wondering maybe you guys can help me what all do the pros from team glock do to their trigger systems for competition?
There are a number of things that can be done and are done. The big question is how much are you willing to spend to get it to where you want it? There are 3.5lbs connecters, competition springs, titanium strikers, and plungers, and maritime cups. Trigger pulls can be reduced to well under 3lbs. Also, lets not forget aftermarket triggers that take all the take up out of the trigger pull.

I have a 19 that I fixed up. The trigger breaks clean at just under 2.5lbs. with no take up. She has won more than one match for me. But like I said if you want it done it can be done but how much are you willing to spend on it?
 

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Also, I might be reading too much into it, but in the opening video one of the men in a K9 cap was holding the Glock in one hand and it was a little off vertical. Probably rotated to the gun's 10 or 11 o'clock. Is that how we're supposed to aim with one hand?
It provides a more stable platform in certain circumstances. For example if your on the shield for a entry team and looking through I tiny window on the shield. You will hold your gun at a canted for a better sight picture around the shield. Also, in his case it helps when you have a 80-90lbs landshark about to rip your arm off trying to get at someone.
 
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