Ok guys I think I have a problem with my Glock G35. I took it out today for the first time this year and had some issues. The target in the picture was set at 15yrds and I was shooting off hand. I know I’m a little rusty so some of my shots were off. I tried to full the target with holes but for some reason they all kept hitting in the middle. I thought Glocks were supposed to be combat handguns and their accuracy was supposed to be questionable at best. For the life of me I don’t understand why they didn’t scatter and fill the target. Then I got to thinking that maybe my ammo was defective as well. After all these were LEAD reloads and the gun didn’t go KaBoom and the barrel didn’t get all lead fouled. All I ever heard was you can’t shoot lead through a Glock or it will self-destruct. Humm….maybe it’s the polygonal barrel that’s the problem. More internet myth I suppose, after all polygonal barrels were around for a few hundred years before jacketed bullets were invented. Oh yeah before I forget. I didn’t get any light strikes either. I have the factory 3.5 connector with a 1lb lighter striker spring, 1lb heavier trigger spring, a trimmed plunger spring, a beveled plunger, and a nice little polish job. Was always told this was a bad combo cause it will net you a trigger pull of only about 2.5lbs and a very soft reset. It’s a Glock, its suppose to take all your might and both hands to squeeze that trigger, anything less and it could discharge all by itself and I’ll end up with a bullet in my leg.
Oh heck what do I know, I guess I’ll load up another batch and try again.
DISCLAMOR: Even though the facts about my gun and ammo are true the rest of the post is meant to be pure satire so please don’t take it personally or get your panties in a bunch.