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I just traded my 92G Centurion for a G23 with 6 mags, bladetech holster. Never much liked that particular Beretta and I do love my 19. Does this count?
 
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Really thinking about that g30s !


My lust for a G19 had died down, but the G30s has perked things back up. My next buy was going to be a Springfield LW Operator (4.25) and it was going to be my first .45 and first 1911, buuuuut the G30s has taken it's spot and one i will have to get my hands on to check out.


 
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I had a Nano for concealed carry. I figured I'd purchase a G17 Gen4...for SHTF....and I did.
12/21/12 rolled by without incident Smile ...but I was pretty impressed by the fit, finish, simplicity, of the Glock. I've owned a number of firearms, from Springfield to HK...and I was really expecting the G17 to be reliable tupperware. Well...pleasantly surprised.

I liked it so much..that in my sleep - my Nano and G17 - magically morphed together to turn into a G26. The real deal baby glock.

I can't say enough about the G26 Gen4...the grip is thick enough to feel like you have a gun in your hand...yet short enough to disappear easily AIWB. The sight radius is perfect for it's intended purpose...and the trigger has a clean break, while consistent.

Complete dark side...I have gone. Smile


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Really thinking about that g30s !


My lust for a G19 had died down, but the G30s has perked things back up. My next buy was going to be a Springfield LW Operator (4.25) and it was going to be my first .45 and first 1911, buuuuut the G30s has taken it's spot and one i will have to get my hands on to check out.


I rented a G30sf today.
I like it and will either buy a 30sf or a 30s.
LGS has a barely used 30sf for $489, thinking about it as well.
At the range today I shot my G21, G19, P226 (still having light strikes in DA) and EMP.
Shot the G21 the best followed by my G19 and the rental G30.
Also rented a G36 but found it too thin and the mag pinched my little finger.

I'm considering selling my EMP and carrying a Glock full time... Eek
Never thought I'd sell the EMP, but now it is "I'll never sell my G21". Roll Eyes


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Picked this one up today. Looks great for its age.



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So, went back to the LGS to buy the used G30sf today.
But, come to find out, it wasn't an SF, it was a standard G30.
I like the SF better since the lower back strap digs into my palm on the standard G30.
They had a new G30SF with Meprolights on it for $685 +tax.
I passed on that.

There was a local gun show this weekend so I toughed it out and went.
Huge crowds, overpriced guns and ammo aplenty.
This one guy had a well worn West German P226 with a price tag of $1500.
I shit you not.. Roll Eyes
Hell, if I can get that much for my WG P226, I'd sell it.. Big Grin

Cruised the show, found 2 G30SFs.
One for $545, the other for $579..
Gee, what do I do?

I bought the one for $545..





Already ordered steel stock sights, a 9 rd mag, and a couple Pearce finger extensions..
I need to find a holster because I am gonna carry it..

Perfect match for my G21..



Though about waiting for the G30S to come out.
But I think they will be hard to find, and probably $700 + on the price.

I used to be all Sig and anti-Glock.
Now I own 1 Sig and 4 Glocks..
How did this happen...? Confused


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So, after much hand-wringing, I said "fuck it" and traded my custom carry 229 away. This


Turned into this:


Guy damn near peeled out of the parking lot. I think we both left feeling like we screwed the other person. Best kind of deal there is!

With it's brother:


Two LNIB handguns in three weeks. Unheard of for me. If my KD marked P220 survives this and doesn't somehow turn into a Gen 4 G19 in the next 30 days, I'll be stunned. It was the one handgun I swore I'd never get rid of and I'm starting to think it can maybe walk in favor of another Glock, lol.

I think I'm done with SIGs.
 
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Interesting deal. As much as I like Glocks and particularly the RTF2s, that's one transaction that gives me pause. But I commend you and as always it's whatever works best for you. The Dark Side is strong with this one.

I also will admit that aside from my P220s it's been a while since I've shot any of my SIGs, and the last three guns I've picked up all spawned from the master sith known as G17. Hmmm....decisions, decisions...
 
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Interesting deal. As much as I like Glocks and particularly the RTF2s, that's one transaction that gives me pause. But I commend you and as always it's whatever works best for you.


If I'm being honest, on it's own, it's not the best deal I've ever worked and I could have done better, but I don't feel like I did badly, and for one reason: the Glock is (hopefully) the end of a long line of trades, in all of them except this last one, I also took in the equivalent in cash on top. I have, quite literally, no money tied up in this deal. I traded a gun I can't shoot worth poop for one I hopefully can. Razz

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The Dark Side is strong with this one.


 
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I love my 9mm and larger Sigs considerably more than my G19, and my P232 and my 84F and every revolver even more than the big Sigs.

Strangely, I carry the G19, and shoot it more than all the rest combined. How does that make sense?

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At some point in your life, you will buy a Glock and secretly fall in love with it. You'll fondle it late at night and engage in the Love that Dares not Speak it's Name.

You'll build a special compartment for it in your bomb shelter. You'll give it a name - Francine or some stupid-ass thing like that.
But you'll never admit it. You'll live a closeted life and die a bitter old man.

It doesn't have to be like that, y'know. Just own up and be free.


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I found this pic and thought I'd share it with ya.. The box is cool too...


I do like that.. Big Grin
One of these days I'll find one of those....]


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Man I sure would love to have that one!


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I found this pic and thought I'd share it with ya.. The box is cool too...


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I've had pretty much every Glock out there. I think my fav is the G32
 
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So, after much hand-wringing, I said "fuck it" and traded my custom carry 229 away. This



Nice Glock, but how could you part with those tasty lightening grooves???!!
 
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Nice Glock, but how could you part with those tasty lightening grooves???!!


Those are speed holes!

 
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Nice Glock, but how could you part with those tasty lightening grooves???!!


You mean the lint catchers? I mean, dust ports? Razz

I really like the looks of them, and they lighten up the pistol quite noticeably. It balances about like a P228 after that reduction. However, it did increase the felt recoil, and I've started developing some nerve/pain issues in my right elbow this past year and it was becoming uncomfortable to shoot. A 100 round range session would leave my elbow quite battered and my right arm useless. My range sessions with 9mm Glocks haven't. Admittedly, I traded the 229 for another .40, but I plan to explore my options for turning it into a 9mm.
 
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Nice Glock, but how could you part with those tasty lightening grooves???!!


You mean the lint catchers? I mean, dust ports? Razz

I really like the looks of them, and they lighten up the pistol quite noticeably. It balances about like a P228 after that reduction. However, it did increase the felt recoil, and I've started developing some nerve/pain issues in my right elbow this past year and it was becoming uncomfortable to shoot. A 100 round range session would leave my elbow quite battered and my right arm useless. My range sessions with 9mm Glocks haven't. Admittedly, I traded the 229 for another .40, but I plan to explore my options for turning it into a 9mm.


I have a barsto 40sw to 9mm conversion barrel in my P229 and it works perfect.

Keep the sig and buy a Glock too!
 
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For me, there was never a doubt.... My first handgun was a Glock G17....

Here's my latest Glock, a gen4 G21.





Next, a gen4 G20!


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Here's my latest Glock, a gen4 G21.

Mine too. Have yet to feed anything through it, though. Running low on .45ACP, and no one--including the LGS I work at--seems to have any. Frown
 
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Shot a G23 at the range last weekend, a buddy brought it.

Nope, still don't like them.




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