Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Painkiller, Mar 20, 2009.
What front sights/rear sights do you recommend for a G34?
nice details, macro
should probably pm him otherwise...
My favorite combo is the Heine Race cut rears with DP .100 front sight and about 10 minutes with file.
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Where is the connector? .
Very best is to have the slide cut for bomar/champion adjustable rear with a .300 high .10 wide dawson fiber optic front.
For a drop in I like the dawson precision .285 high by .1 wide front w. all black adjustable rear.
I much prefer adjustable sights to fixed sights.
If you like the fixed sights I like the heine rear with the race cut notch.
Latest word on the connectors and strikers is this coming monday. Aaron is at the shop running what hopes to be the final QC check then we hope to have 100 of them by monday.
The connectors have been cut, bent, and heat treated. Only thing left is the polish and deburr. The vendor that does our polish and deburr has been killing us.
Sorry I left out details. I'm prolly going to buy a 34 next week. My mod list includes a LWD threaded barrel so I can use my evo 9 on it and sights. I like this rear sight
I like to run a hiviz or some preferably green.
I would spend a little more and get the kkm precision barrel. They have an extended one for the 34. check if the thread pitch is right for you can. KKM is a much better barrel. I don't care for the hi viz sights on pistols. The fiber optic is way too big. You can get the dawson precision and use a green insert. The dawson is the slimmest front sight for the glock with a fiber optic insert.
joo works for glockworx?
ship my damn polished safety plunger
though apparently, because the plunger was backordered, ray is throwing in free springs and gun butter ... without me calling or asking ... thats kick ass customer service.
what makes the KKM better?
There are 3 fit levels for barrels. The kind that drops in to your gun with no fitting is called a pre-fit. Of all the pre fit barrels the KKM does the best job with hood size and muzzle size. We looked at several lone wolf barrels and the hood size, and muzzle size were smaller than factory. In other words the factory barrel would be tighter. The barrels were also real inconsistant. Several of them had chambers that were over reamed. It was not a matter of the chamber reamer being over used to get more cut life. That would of made a tighter chamber. The chamber was cut too deep. We told one customer in particular that his barrel would be dangerous to shoot 9 major out of since the barrel did not head space peoperly.
KKM has been in the barrel bussiness for a long time. We have bought barrels from just about everybody. We measure the barrels when they come in to make sure they are in spec for the fit level we order. We have sent barrels back to barsto and briley both very good manufacturers themselves because of fit. KKM we have never had a problem. Maybe they know and measure everything before the send to us, but I think their QC is better. The pre fit barrel is the one most barrel manufacturers make the most and the one you expect the most varience. The KKM is the one that is consistently better. If you buy a aftermarket barrel would you not want one better than stock?
just FYI: yar = ray
I should have plungers in on monday. We were able to find 7 of them from a vendor. That's how hard they are to get right now. Everyone including glock, brownells, and lone wolf are out of them.
That is what I have on my carry 19.
Game gun has WTS Sevigny Competition with solid front, but I have a FO on order to see how I like it.
of course I just wanted to know the differences, thanks!
i are te-rar-ded
are they any different than the stock plungers .. besides being polished?
i already polished my stock one ... dremel + buffing wheel + cutting compound + rubbing compound .... bitch looks like chrome
you rock, BTW ....
No that is pretty much what we do. One day we will make a large titanium plunger like we do for the small frame guns.
you should do a Ti plunger ... i would be in for one in a heartbeat.
Sure let me know when your ready.
is that your support hand, you shoot left handed?
Got it. I got some of those blue training guns that I did grip jobs on. Hit me up when I get back from SMM3Gun and I'll send them out to you. You can get an idea of how the high cut trigger guard feels and indexes.
So are those training guns (thinking the "red guns" specifically) a fairly decent dupe of a real Glock? I wouldn't mind getting one to hack up on, just to see how things went. If it worked out ok, it would be a lot cheaper than mulching a real Glock.