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  • zeplin
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    Originally posted by jwise View Post
    I'd bet a handsome sum that if you showed up and stated that you would like to shoot, but don't own a Glock, there would be a few people who would offer their pistol on loan.

    At least I know that's what I would do...
    Actually that happened late yesterday evening. The person inviting offered to loan me one of his Glocks, but too late since I had made other plans for today.

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  • jwise
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    I'd bet a handsome sum that if you showed up and stated that you would like to shoot, but don't own a Glock, there would be a few people who would offer their pistol on loan.

    At least I know that's what I would do...

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  • towncop
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    Originally posted by Surf View Post
    They don't want you bringing a better gun to the competition.
    Didn't you read the initial post? He wasn't talking about taking a better gun. He was going to take a Sig.

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  • Surf
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    They don't want you bringing a better gun to the competition.

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  • Till
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    Originally posted by Sgt. Slaughter View Post
    You'd have to trade it. They don't allow non-Glock pistols in their competitions.
    Which is why I prefer IDPA.

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  • Sgt. Slaughter
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    No worries, brother.

    Glad to be of service!

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  • zeplin
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    Originally posted by Sgt. Slaughter View Post
    Well, it is the Glock Sports Shooting Foundation.

    They've got info on their site including rules and stages of fire.

    I sorta missed that part.

    Sarge, I do appreciate you pointing it out though. I would have been really ticked if I'd drove all that way to find it out.

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  • Sgt. Slaughter
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    Well, it is the Glock Sports Shooting Foundation.

    They've got info on their site including rules and stages of fire.

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  • zeplin
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    Originally posted by Sgt. Slaughter View Post
    You'd have to trade it. They don't allow non-Glock pistols in their competitions.
    Well crapola. At least I found that out before going there. Thanks sarge.

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  • Sgt. Slaughter
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    Current members of GSSF are now eligible to attend the Glock Armorer's course, as well.

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  • Deadly Balisong
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    I've been a GSSF member for four years and been going to every match. A lot of the matches are stationary shooting. Accuracy is the key, then timing. During the matches, there's an on-site Armor to clean and replace parts on your Glock. And lastly, as a member you can get Glocks at a great deal: Glock 17 standard for $398.20.

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  • Sgt. Slaughter
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    You'd have to trade it. They don't allow non-Glock pistols in their competitions.

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  • zeplin
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    Originally posted by Sgt. Slaughter View Post
    You're taking a Sig to a GSSF shoot?
    I don't have a Glock, so I thought maybe I could trade it for 2 Glocks.

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  • pulicords
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    Who's got the rope???!!!!

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  • Sgt. Slaughter
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    You're taking a Sig to a GSSF shoot?

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