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  1. I bought 3 firearms from them. 2 purchases in 2012. Another in 2013. I called ahead and made sure they had them in stock. I told them I was coming from Middle Tn . I got there and rang the bell on the door. They let me in and I was able to look at the gun before I bought it cause it was a used pistol. I paid in cash and did the background check and was out in under 20 minutes. Very good place. It is like a order online type place but you can pick it up in person too. But there weren't many on display. Kinda like Mid South Shooters Supply. You mainly order online but can still pick it up in person. Just call ahead to make sure you can still do that.
  2. Let us know what happens. I am interested. We went to gen 5 G17's at work 2 years and I havent seen this happen yet. I do know that when I take the slide off my Gen 5 17 , once I pull the slide back and pull down on the slide LOCK AKA take-down-lever , the slide can come off only half way forward instead of having to push it off all the way. I think it's because of the slide-STOP cuts on both sides.
  3. The rope trick is how I caught my first one. LOL. It really worked !!!!
  4. Looks like Gen 4 production is stopping. https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2020/07/02/glock-gen4-guns/
  5. have you taken out the pins yet ? It looks like they are out. I'd do that and try to remove the rear slide plate cover to pull the striker out. Also , keep pressing the trigger anytime it resets itself while you are messing with it along with pulling down the slide-lock (disassembly lever).
  6. Failure to feed , failure to eject and some people , including myself , had rust pop up on them. I had a Glock 27 Gen 4 and mine had rust form on it and I am very careful to keep mine wiped down good. As far as I know the Gen 4's are fixed now.
  7. I went back today and hooked another one the same size but he got off. I then saw one at least 5 feet long and very big around. I couldn't lure him in. If I was to catch him , I bet those loins would be at least the thickness of your wrist . He was a big dude.
  8. Yeah the eggs are supposedly toxic but the way I dressed this Gar , I only cut the skin , opened him up and took out the loins . This way of doing it doesn't even cut into the guts at all.
  9. All my life I've been told that Gar were trash fish and tasted terrible. I've been fishing a lot lately and been seeing Gar swiming right by me. So I decided to catch one amd eat it. They are great ! Taste just like alligator and the meat is really clean and doesn't smell. It's kinda chewy and very meaty like alligator but I like that. When I dressed the Gar I used tin snips to cut the armor skin. It really is like armor. I then cut away the long strips of meat just like you would on a deer. They ate like to long boneless tenderloins. I didn't even have to get into the guts at all. If you like alligator and don't mind using tin snips to cut armored skin then you should try it. I'm very pleased ! Here are the pictures of the Gar from being dressed to cooked. This one was about 2.5 feet long.
  10. But the Gen 4 Glocks had "growing pains" when they first came out. It was the the first year of them having 2 piece recoil springs in their mid size and full size guns. This caused some problems that were eventually worked out.
  11. I changed my ad to "for sell or trade". See my ad above for the price I added and extra pictures.

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