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Got my new toys today. I bought a Tompson center omega ML, at simon peters on rt 206 in newton. And I bought a Glock 10 MM. I cant wait to go shooting now.
 

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speaking of new toys...i just got my first shotgun...a rem. 870 express. I am going to get a rifled barrell and scope. Any suggestions on the barrel?
 

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Thanks guys I'm sure I will enjoy them. On the 10 mm I did'nt go with the
20, I chose the 29 the sub compact. same thing though the 20" bullet shoots at 1215 ft/sec the 29 1150. I'm just worried about the cleaning . Is it easy on the glocks, I still need to read the owners man. on it. And MS22 what kind of suggestion you looking for,Make,Lenght??
 
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Very easy to clean a Glock.....Any questions on the Glock, just email me
 

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Luk,

Excellent choice with the 29. That's my back up for my G20 or my primary when I need "deep cover".

Don't be worried about cleaning. You can strip a Glock in a few seconds and they need very little maintainance. Good luck with it!
 

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Ask a glock dealer or armorer, Im not sure you can keep the video but its an advertising video where they drop the glock (i dont know how high up it was) then shoot a ton of rounds through it to show it still works and its accuracy, then I think they put it in a block of ice, and run it through some mud, and the thing still shoots accurately.

I won a pistol at the glock match I went to and I think the next glock I get is going to be a G34, the 9 mm made for the ipsc matches, I want to make a unlimited gun for the matches with a red dot scope on it.
 
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