Is glock 19 good for babbys first firearm? I just want to do target practice. Posted on March 3, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor Is glock 19 good for babby’s first firearm? I just want to do target practice.
I will look into that, thank you.
any glock is fine
yes retard wtf
Yes. Get the MOS model.
Yes but the stock glock sights are garbage, swap them out for this (black rear/fiber optic front)
>spending 80-100 dollars on irons when you could just buy a red dot.
New shooters should get comfortable with irons first
>inb4 what if shtf and you don't have batteries
that will never ever ever happen schizo, even Africans in the most destitute of poverty can get AAA batteries
My handgun proficiency regardless of sighting device improved dramatically once I started doing tons of dryfire draws from the holster with a red dot. It eliminates all of the sight alignment ambiguity and develops a proper reflex.
>Are you securely gripping the gun?
>Is the dot where it should be?
Effective rep. Do it again.
I shoot with a dot, my CC has a dot. New shooters should learn irons first because it's a valuable skill that will transfer to red dots. It highlights the importance of recoil control and the differences between front sight focus vs target focus.
What the fuck kind of micro red dot uses AAA batteries?
Red dots are pointless on handguns at practical defensive ranges. Most self defense is point shooting.
I'd go with some manner of night sight if it's a home/carry thing, but otherwise, this anon is dead on.
OP, if you're finding you get bit on the hand a lot, get the beavertail backstrap on there. That was a big issue for me and the beavertail solves it nicely.
Yeah it's the default choice
If you want to be super special not like the rest of the normies get a revolver, not a glock alternative auto
As much as I hate Glocks, yes. They’re probably one of the best pistols you can start out with
It's the Toyota Corolla of handguns.
If you're able to I'd recommend trying various guns out at a range or at least handling a few to see how you like them. Finding something that fits well in your hand that you actually like to shoot and practice with is more important than getting something that might technically be better in some aspect or another.
But if you can't do that, fuckit, glock 19 will work.
Maybe if you want to be picking plastic out of yourself after your tupperware explodes in your hand sonny! Personally I would recommend a Kimber 1911
It's perfection. No really, perfect choice.