Posted August 17, 2017 12:33 am by Comments

By AmmoLand Editor Duncan Johnson

a precision milled slide, cut to within only a few ten- thousandths of an inch, the ever-coveted front and top cocking serrations, and a G10 GGP cover for the RMR cut

by Tyler Hutch
Tyler give us his first impressions on shooting the Grey Ghost Precision Geoscale GLOCK17 Slide.

Grey Ghost Precision Geoscale GLOCK17 Slide

Grey Ghost PrecisionU.S.A.

A precision milled slide, cut to within only a few ten- thousandths of an inch, the ever-coveted front and top cocking serrations, and a G10 GGP cover for the RMR cut.

I loaded mags full of Lightweight NAS3 Cased 9mm Fallout Ammunition and Winchester 9mm 115 Grain NATO ammunition, and got to the firing line. Drawing the pistol out, I grab the rear of the slide for a slingshot into battery. Personally, I carry a G17 every day, and know the feel of my lifeline weapon system better than my significant other; but there’s something different here. The familiar slippery Tenifer finish is missing – instead, it is replaced with a matte Cerakote, and it feels incredible! I had already been drawn to GGP’s Geoscale mill design, simply based on CDI (chicks dig it), but I really began my affair when I observed plenty of the tactile definition for positive control.

Beginning at 10 meters, I took my stance and found front sight picture. Slow, steady squeeze – and steel …Read the Rest

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