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Old 01-31-2012, 12:09 PM
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Default Gen 4 Glock 34 review :)

Just picked up my Gen 4 G34... shot it yesterday, 100 rounds flawlessly. The only complaint I have is the 4.5 lb trigger (gen 3 was 3.5lb)... It's not my sig p226 in terms of feel and accuracy, but its not bad. The post 10/2011 Gen4 has new RSA and ejector...should be good to go, they had problems with low powder loads but were fine w/ hotter loads. Overall I'm very happy with the purchase, think I'll pick up a G19 Gen 4 next week
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I'm glad you like it, but 100 rounds is nothing. Put a thousand through it at least before assuming everything is good to go.

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Just picked up my Gen 4 G34... shot it yesterday, 100 rounds flawlessly. The only complaint I have is the 4.5 lb trigger (gen 3 was 3.5lb)... It's not my sig p226 in terms of feel and accuracy, but its not bad. The post 10/2011 Gen4 has new RSA and ejector...should be good to go, they had problems with low powder loads but were fine w/ hotter loads. Overall I'm very happy with the purchase, think I'll pick up a G19 Gen 4 next week
I got a GEN4 22 ( qualified with it and carry it now) and very happy with it . Perfect with Federal HST ammo!
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great choice... I love my glock 34gen4

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great choice... I love my glock 34gen4

when one of those baby glocks grow up, let me adopt one
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G19 ordered those baby glocks are cute, who's the mom?
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I love the "100 flawless rounds".
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G19 ordered those baby glocks are cute, who's the mom?


the mom? either the 17 or the 19 or even the 26



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Glad you like your Glock 34, the Gen 3 actually came with 4.5 triggers also not 3.5.
Pretty sure the Gen 3 G34 came in 3.5 and 5.5 (LEO) versions. Either way, the trigger could be lighter for target work... but I will probably never love the glock trigger due to the safety on the trigger.
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I love the "100 flawless rounds".
in my experience, a gun that has no problems in the first 100-200 rounds tends to never really have problems (unless a spring wears out). Some guns are shaky at first and with some wear stop having issues. Either way, the G34 was perfect with range ammo and some HST3 (+P).
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Congrats.


Been thinking of getting a gen4 G19

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Pretty sure the Gen 3 G34 came in 3.5 and 5.5 (LEO) versions. Either way, the trigger could be lighter for target work... but I will probably never love the glock trigger due to the safety on the trigger.

Congrats on the Gen 4!
Gen 3 Glock 34 has a 4.5 lb trigger pull. It has a 3.5 lb connector. If you want a lighter trigger pull for target shooting, you could try the drop in trigger kit. Or you could try the $0.02 trigger job. I did it on mine and it made the trigger feel much crispier. It wont lighten the trigger though..
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I need to try out a glock with the small back strap. if it feels good, I'll buy a glock again. If they still feel crappy then I'll never buy a glock again.

I wish I had friends that owned a g17/19/26/34 gen 4
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I need to try out a glock with the small back strap. if it feels good, I'll buy a glock again. If they still feel crappy then I'll never buy a glock again.

I wish I had friends that owned a g17/19/26/34 gen 4
Give it a try and i am sure you will be hooked.... Glock Gen4 is calling your name.... Move down to OC and you are welcome to shoot my glocks.
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I need to try out a glock with the small back strap. if it feels good, I'll buy a glock again. If they still feel crappy then I'll never buy a glock again.

I wish I had friends that owned a g17/19/26/34 gen 4
I tried one hoping it would feel better in my hands than the gen3 but even with the small backstrap on it still feels like a 2x4 to me. Ill be sticking with xdm and fnp guns.
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I tried one hoping it would feel better in my hands than the gen3 but even with the small backstrap on it still feels like a 2x4 to me. Ill be sticking with xdm and fnp guns.
the backstrap is more to change your LOP than make it feel better. A hogue handall does help alot!
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Pretty sure the Gen 3 G34 came in 3.5 and 5.5 (LEO) versions. Either way, the trigger could be lighter for target work... but I will probably never love the glock trigger due to the safety on the trigger.
I believe your closer because my LEO trigger was at least 5.5 lbs. Tried to measure it with a trigger pull scale and it was over 8lbs before it clicked. So I just put a Fulcrum in it with a 3.5lb firing pin spring.
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I love the "100 flawless rounds".
he probably owned a 1911 before this
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he probably owned a 1911 before this
actually I own Sigs...lots of Sigs... and this is currently my only glock. Thanks for weighing in.
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I need to try out a glock with the small back strap. if it feels good, I'll buy a glock again. If they still feel crappy then I'll never buy a glock again.

I wish I had friends that owned a g17/19/26/34 gen 4
Are you looking to shoot a Gen4 or a Gen4 9mm?
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Another 100 rounds though, getting much better on my accuracy with it too... groups down to about 1.5 inches at 15 yards, one group of 10 was a ragged hole.
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Glad to see you're able to tighten it up. I was going to make a snide reply about the 226 being more "accurate", but you don't seem like the type who really believes that.

My G34 is gen3, and after trying a million different configurations I settled on a skeletonized striker w/light spring, LWD 3.5 connector and steel guide rod w/variable spring weights. Oh, and the most important mod IMO, the $8 Hogue Handall. I got it breaking at 3.5 lbs consistently, and shoot great, small groups. I'd love to get my hands on a gen4, but I've dedicated 2012 to training and reloading.... NO NEW GUNS.
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I might play with the connector and springs once I get more used to it, right now its user error and the fact a glock doesn't fit my hands as well as a 226 with hogue grips... I will try my handall next time out... I don't believe either gun is inherently more accurate, but I am definitely more accurate with my p226... I can shoot that gun with my eyes closed. On a side note, I shot my friends 1911 Kimber TLE on the same outing... one ragged hole... makes me want a 1911, but .45 is too rich for my poor blood right now. I consolidated to 9mm only (and .22 for fun)... dropped .40 cal altogether and never going back. If I add, it'll be .45 for a 1911.
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I might play with the connector and springs once I get more used to it, right now its user error and the fact a glock doesn't fit my hands as well as a 226 with hogue grips... I will try my handall next time out... I don't believe either gun is inherently more accurate, but I am definitely more accurate with my p226... I can shoot that gun with my eyes closed. On a side note, I shot my friends 1911 Kimber TLE on the same outing... one ragged hole... makes me want a 1911, but .45 is too rich for my poor blood right now. I consolidated to 9mm only (and .22 for fun)... dropped .40 cal altogether and never going back. If I add, it'll be .45 for a 1911.
1911 in 9mm is a dream to shoot...
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1911 in 9mm is a dream to shoot...
maybe


Gotta dros my Gen 4 G19 first... should be this week!
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Im thinking of getting the 35 & the 34 barrel to reduce my shooting costs.

Anyone done this? Comments? Advise?
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Congrats! A Gen4 17 is on my buy list.
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Default Gen 4 Glock 34 review :/

Picked mine up a couple weeks ago as well.

This being my first Glock, I can't compare to previous versions. That being said, the ergo's of this gun are terrible. I think the biggest prob comes from the misplaced back-strap hump, the handall does help but not that much. My first handgun was a CZ-75, that gun feels like it was made for MY hand.

I know all you Glock lovers will have your panties in a bunch, I'm just stating my observations and experience. Different strokes different folks.
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the backstrap is more to change your LOP than make it feel better. A hogue handall does help alot!
What's LOP?






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Are you looking to shoot a Gen4 or a Gen4 9mm?
Gen4 9mm

You know someone around Fresno that has one?


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If there is anyone in the Sacramento valley that would let me "test drive" thiers, Id appreciate it.

Id trade my JAVALINA 10mm for a few rnds.
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Gen4 9mm

You know someone around Fresno that has one?
In 40 but not 9mm
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I might play with the connector and springs once I get more used to it, right now its user error and the fact a glock doesn't fit my hands as well as a 226 with hogue grips... I will try my handall next time out... I don't believe either gun is inherently more accurate, but I am definitely more accurate with my p226... I can shoot that gun with my eyes closed. On a side note, I shot my friends 1911 Kimber TLE on the same outing... one ragged hole... makes me want a 1911, but .45 is too rich for my poor blood right now. I consolidated to 9mm only (and .22 for fun)... dropped .40 cal altogether and never going back. If I add, it'll be .45 for a 1911.
I'm with you... I, too, have tried to consolidate calibers and I just don't see the need for .40. I'll stick to .22LR, 9mm and 45 for my handguns... I installed a lighter connector in my G26gen4 because the trigger pull felt so much heavier than my G19gen3. Overall, I'm really happy with my G26, it has been completely reliable and ergonomically its a little better than the Gen 3 I think. The Gen4 grip is an improvement, but with a lot of shooting/drills during a recent 4 day handgun course, my hand felt pretty raw from the more aggressive texturing of the grip. Enjoy your Glocks!

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I got a GEN4 22 ( qualified with it and carry it now) and very happy with it . Perfect with Federal HST ammo!
Did you department have any issues with the .40's? It seems like the gen 4's issues were pretty much all on the 9mm's, and since I haven't read one bad thing about the Gen 4 .40's having issues, I'm hoping thats so. But I'm still wary.
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I'm with you... I, too, have tried to consolidate calibers and I just don't see the need for .40. I'll stick to .22LR, 9mm and 45 for my handguns... I installed a lighter connector in my G26gen4 because the trigger pull felt so much heavier than my G19gen3. Overall, I'm really happy with my G26, it has been completely reliable and ergonomically its a little better than the Gen 3 I think. The Gen4 grip is an improvement, but with a lot of shooting/drills during a recent 4 day handgun course, my hand felt pretty raw from the more aggressive texturing of the grip. Enjoy your Glocks!

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Haha, i keep a light coat of oil on all my firearms and the M&Ps look pretty glossy (especially compared to the Glocks).
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Congrats! A Gen4 17 is on my buy list.
Too bad unless you are LEO, you can't buy one directly for yourself. I have been looking for a reasonably priced Gen 4 for a long time.
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I bought one and im not leo. SSE unless things have changed
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