Discussion in 'On Topic' started by s2k, Aug 29, 2008.
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infinity and beyond
no guys that's buzz lightyear
depends on usage and ammo. If you were firing hte gun very quickly like for uspsa competition, and shooting hot jacketed ammo it would probably be somewhere like 40,000 for peak accuruacy if otherwise well maintained. Proably usable up to about 60,000. this has been my experience with a 9mm open gun.
If you were shooting jacked ammo at more typical factory velocities I would expect peak accuracy from 60,000 - 80,000 with usable life up to 120,000 - 150,000.
According to yar, anywhere from 36,000 to 46,000 rounds.
Basically, you'll never have to change your barrel unless you're yar.
edit: beaten to the punch
And by Yar no less.
well, i bought a used glock, police buy back, dont know how many rds been through it, cant find the manufacture date of the serial on the net (CVPXXX)....theres a pretty big serial list on glocktalk but mine isnt on there
it might be a good thing to not have your serial floating around the internet. what are you using the pistol for?
Police buyback... you don't have to worry about too many rounds, most only shoot once a year.
oh its only the first 3 letters of the serial...i actually meant to type CVP###
usage is mainly for range/home defense/maybe carry once in a blue moon when i get my permit
95-98% of Glock owners will not shoot their barrels out.