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    Picked up a new Glock 19 FS (Gen 4). Front Serrations, extended slide stop, extended mag release, and steel sights (All factory). Taking it out to our monthly IDPA match so I naturally had to work up some loads for it. Sticking at 3.2gr of Titegroup behind a 147gr pill from Blue Bullets.
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    One of the best iwb holsters made. Glocks are the ak-47 of the pistol world, most any shooter has one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottGoodman View Post
    One of the best iwb holsters made. Glocks are the ak-47 of the pistol world, most any shooter has one!
    That Crossbreed is very well worn! It's happy to have a 19 in it again too. Unless I'm carrying with a light, my go to is always a Supertuck.

    I've loved the 19 since I bought my first in 2007. I (stupidly) traded my previous Gen 4 for a VP9. The VP9 is an -outstanding- firearm, but I thought I'd be able to comfortably carry it every day. I was wrong, even with a supertuck. Grip was just a bit too big. The VP9 has the best trigger of any production gun I've ever shot though. It was great in the store and after about 3000 rounds, it was even better.

    I'm really liking the 19FS, but I might end up swapping the extended slide lock out for the regular version. I've got big hands and I tend to choke up a bit on the gun with my left hand. I've had a couple pre-mature hold opens already.
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    You should see mine that I carry my 1911's in. It's horsehide & I would guess about 8 years old when Crossbreed was still getting their feet wet. They changed iwb for us all!

    My G-19 is my throw around gun, bought it when the gen 3's were the thing! Only real changes are slide release, ghost trigger, and fiber optic night sights. The rest I will leave as intended and continue to beat it up! It travels with us a LOT in the door pocket as does my wife's 26 in her door pocket. Hers has laser grips. her mags are 19 mags with the finger grip
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    First thing I did on this one was upgrade the springs with a ZEV starter kit to lighten up the trigger. I'll probably upgrade to Truglo TFX sights sometime in the future, but with the factory sights being steel I'm not in a huge hurry to upgrade this set. My last 19 had TFXs and a full ZEV trigger kit and I loved that gun. The light trigger combined with my ultra low recoil handloads made for a very nice shooting gun that even the ice queen enjoyed shooting. I wish I had kept my gen 3 19. I sold off all my guns a while ago after I ETS'd from the Army so I'm currently in the rebuilding stage.

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    Scott, I got an Alien gear IWB for that Glock it's very similar, I love it, it's what I carry most of the time now. Haven't even got my shoulder rig out this fall. Love my old 45 but this .10 is my carry now. Tc
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    G19, Cross Breed, Hornady Lock and load and a bunch of cast reloads! What's not to like?
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    I am caring my Glock 26 today. I am caring it in a high noon inside the waistband holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EMC45 View Post
    What's not to like?
    Some would say the Lock-n-Load, but I honestly have only had one issue with the primer cam arm (mostly due to operator error) in the first week I had it. Loaded thousands since then and it does the job just fine. I'd take a Dillon if it were free, but unless I ever decide to expand with another progressive, the Hornady suits me just fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orestes85 View Post
    Some would say the Lock-n-Load, but I honestly have only had one issue with the primer cam arm (mostly due to operator error) in the first week I had it. Loaded thousands since then and it does the job just fine. I'd take a Dillon if it were free, but unless I ever decide to expand with another progressive, the Hornady suits me just fine.


    I've loaded on both a Dillon 550 and a Lock and Load and I prefer the Lock and Load. For one it is auto indexing.
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