MrGlocker74: Thanks for comments. I never experienced casings to the head with mine.
With what you ordered should help. You can always uncapture the spring and
trim a bit to tune the recoil to your liking. Springs are not too pricey if
you mess it up. Lock back part of rod and use allen screw to take guide rod
apart. Then reassemble. All imrovements I made were awesome but my trigger
is measured at 2 lbs 12 oz. which is the icing on the cake.
DroidReview: Whats your rear sight? and measurements
MrGlocker74: Yah Glocks are sweet. That G17 full auto must be badass. How much did the
conversion run ya including tax stamp?
tatted951: just factory ammo? I am getting my g34 in 7 days. Damn California 10 day
wait is lame, but I want to set it up to shoot smooth and flawless(no jams
or ect) I just have like 8000 rounds of 9mm 115gr factory ammo. I just
heard going to low on the recoil spring can cause problems, but it is
supposed to be so damn smooth. What did you polish your barrel with? I like
the look and its better than buying a SS barrel
MrGlocker74: The vid is glock 34 punching hole in paper!
MrGlocker74: 115 gr. FMJ
Jason Myers: glocks are great, all you need is one tool that glocks makes and sells. to
take the gun all the way down to clean. and or whatever you wanna do. i
have 3 i have 2 glock 17s one is converted to full auto, not unlike the
glock 18. and one glock 34. great weapons. great to shoot.
Aaron Soucy: how did you polish the barrel?
Daniel Anderson: Thanks for the vid. I have a new Gen3 G34 that I am having some
difficulties with. Really weak and erratic ejection. 2 or 3 brass to the
noggin per magazine. I just ordered a tungsten guide rod with a 15lb spring
and I am hoping that helps. I also ordered the lone wolf extractor. After
seeing your G34 I am pretty excited about tricking it out. Really like the
contrast of the polished barrel and magwel
Jake Cubbin: Nice looking gun.
MrGlocker74: Yes factory ammo. You have to mess around with recoil springs till you find
the right one. Mine is smooth cycling and never jams. You can cut the
springs to desired length as well. I polished the barrel with 400-800 grit
wet sandpaper and water. You can go finer for the finish. Takes a little
time but worth it.
silverfd: for my comp guns I like to just remove the safety plunger all together, you
don't really need it for a range gun.
MrGlocker74: @Rubadubcubb Tx bro!
MrGlocker74: Glock 34 punching hole in paper!
MrGlocker74: Don't get your panties in a twist! Guess you haven't watched any of my
range videos. I have been shooting pistols for almost 20 yrs. and have
improved over the years. Sorry if that group seems unattainable for you at
15 feet or impossible. I can do that day in and out. BTW that target is
from one of my range vids!
ChevySS1968: Great vid! Thanks. Just ordered a Glock 34 for IDPA shooting. Used to shoot
a lot of IPCS with .45 ACP. Looking forward to trying 9mm double taps vs
the .45. I am guessing the 9mm recoil is substantially less than the .45.
Did you polish up the internals of your 34? Do you happen to have a vid
showing where to polish? Thanks, Dave in RI
MrGlocker74: You are correct. Since this vid was made I installed a Glockworx 2lb race
connector. Almost no slack now and short reset. Ghost rockets are awesome
connectors as well.
daver424: I just put these on my 34, over the factory night sights. Now i cant hit
the broad side of a barn. Now im confused
myles111us: The reason for the slide cutout on the 34 is to maintain as much
compatibility with the 17 etc. as possible. The longer slide on the 34
would weigh more and require a different recoil spring than the 17 etc. So,
the slide is cut out. It is also milled in a number of places if you look
inside to keep the overall weight closer to that of the 17.
MrGlocker74: Thanks. I did minor polishing of internals. You can find many vids on
youtube of it. Search .25 cent trigger job. I personally didn't make a vid
on it. Grats on your smart purchase and good luck in IDPA. Thanks for
ChevySS1968: OK, thanks very much MGr. You are right, there are many vids on the "25
cent" polishing. Lemme ask you one more question - what's your thought on
the SS guide rod? Does it reduce recoil at all? Thanks again. Dave
MrGlocker74: Thanks bro!
MrGlocker74: I think it helps, especially if you try different weight springs. Once you
find the one that suits you and your ammo you'll notice quite a difference.
Normal ranges vary from 11-17 lb.
mr2hamma: the ghost trigger will take a lot of slack out of the trigger making it
crisp, as well as reducing the reset significantly
tatted951: what grain 9mm are you shooting with that 13lb tungsten guide rod and