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Arizona Shooting /Range & Emporium

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Ghostrider:
In my travels I discovered Arizona Shooting in wonderful , Ft. Lauderdale Florida. I felt almost I was home again in Phoenix! They had a good example of Western  (1900 Century ) guns. I spied on a Marlin 30/30Stainless for 680.bucks.

There was drooling involved. :-X :-X

Now I got to appeal to mrs. Ghost on my next gun.  I know all you are saying good luck! :o :o

I did find a good selection in 124 grain  9mm and the gentlemen got  a free pass for the range.
 I will send a picture when I am there next time.!!

Hammer (Avi):
Very nice, making me jealous. 

Ghostrider:
Took the Glock 19 out for the first 200 rounds. I had some ejection problems with brass, but a drop of oil and breaking in the mech., soon solved the problem.  I noticed the Glock excelled with either 124  and or 147 gain ammunition. acracy is excent and I placed a round every where I aimed at.
The weapon was well balance and helped my marksmanship. 8) 8) 8)

As for the Range I was more enthusiastic   being there , because Arizona has more meaning to me that the employees who never  experienced our Great State.   I have a few pictures, but I can not post due to technical issue of photos today.

To say the least My Arizona X was a great Promo! They should at least buy on AZ Flag for the names sake. ???

Highpointer:
Keep trying out ammo. All failure to feed and/or failure to eject issues go back to ammo 99.99% of the time and for a Glock you shouldn't necessarily need to heavily oil it or break it in to get it to function correctly. Of the top of my head, the Wolf brand is notoriously bad as are some of the steel cased and non-brass (aluminum?) cased rounds you find for cheap. With that said, rounds like Winchester white box or Remington UMC work well and are just as inexpensive. Enjoy the 19!

Ghostrider:
I was using reloads on the 115 grain , that was purchase thru the local gun shops. When I went into the second box which was Federal  Ammo the Glock worked perfectly.  You do have a validate point on this suggestion.

I purchase some ammo which was produced / repacked in Prescott source, from Guns Ect., in Chandler Arizona and it proven to b very reliable. No Feed or ejection issues. Of course Guns Ect offered 124 and 147 ball ammo all of the time without issue.

It was truly amazing the rapid fire ability of the Glock. A dealer showed me a clip on a full auto Glock 19.  To describe it was more ore less a grease gun config.

I can see my next purchase will be a 40 or 10mm Glock.

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