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Has the "You Will By A Glock" thread killed more memberships by self-Sig Forum-suicide than any other thread? It does seem to be dramatic, kind of a Sig Forum Seppuku with Para as the second, chopping off the head after the guts flow.

Seppuku is an honorable death. This is more like a pack of whiney little Marie Antoinettes bitchin' at the Headsman for his choice of clothing and surprised to wake up with their heads in a basket... Smile


Very good point. So instead of our Mighty War Eagle with a Katana we dress him in a black hood and give him a guillotine. Big Grin

After a fair trial, of course...
 
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Has anyone picked up a 30S yet, and if so, what are your impressions?

tks, c4


If you look back , page 247, I wrote a bit on mine.

I like it, a lot..

Need to get a custom holster made but they haven't made the dummy guns yet.


Thanks..
 
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So I have my 33 now and I think the next step is:

night sights
.40 barrel so I can swap
maybe a 9mm barrel so it's a 3 caliber pistol

But the high priority right now is a CCW holster.

What do you guys carry yours in?

I'm thinking about this:

http://www.comp-tac.com/produc...o.php?products_id=95


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Buy the Glock G20 and a 9X25 Dillon conversion barrel. You can shoot 9mm 125 grain at 1700 fps!


I was also considering going non-traditional in caliber and going .460 rowland or .400 corbon.

I want a bear gun of a glock...

We'll see how it goes. Any experience there? How does the Dillon compare?



If you want a Glock bear gun, I would go with the .460 Rowland. It approaches the power of a .44 magnum. It will be more expensive and I would be concerned about the Glock holding up to 50% more muzzle energy.

I carry my G20 SF with two spare magazines in the woods with the factory six inch barrel for more velocity, a twenty-two pound recoil spring, and Buffalo Bore or Underwood 180 grain ammo. I am comfortable with protection from most two or four legged critters. If there are many signs of black bear, I usually switch to a .44 magnum or add a .44 magnum. If there are signs of large brown bear, I prefer my S&W 460XVR.


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Thanks 1lowlife,I remembered seeing that review in a past life, I just didn't remember which one it was. It gives me the information that I was looking for and puts it on my radar for a possible purchase.

c4
 
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I know nothing about Glocks. Tell me about the 20? It's 10mm right? Is it good? Looks pretty swanky and seems affordable.




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I know nothing about Glocks. Tell me about the 20? It's 10mm right? Is it good? Looks pretty swanky and seems affordable.


Yes, its the full size. I love mine. Its a good woods gun. I have mine on me whenever i go riding on my ATV.
 
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Thanks 1lowlife,I remembered seeing that review in a past life, I just didn't remember which one it was. It gives me the information that I was looking for and puts it on my radar for a possible purchase.

c4


I recently bought an XDs and will take some side by side pics with the G30S.
I like shooting the G30S much more than the XDs, but the thinness of the XDs may make it my summer OWB carry gun.
I really like that the G30S fits in my most of my G19 holsters that I already own..


Thanks..
 
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Originally posted by Edmond:
So I have my 33 now and I think the next step is:

night sights
.40 barrel so I can swap
maybe a 9mm barrel so it's a 3 caliber pistol

But the high priority right now is a CCW holster.

What do you guys carry yours in?

I'm thinking about this:

http://www.comp-tac.com/produc...o.php?products_id=95



Check out the RM Holster Works Low Rider holster here: http://www.rmholsters.com/Products.php

Extremely well made, keeps the weapon low and tight against the body. Best IWB holster I've ever used (and I have a couple of shoe boxes full of rejects). IMHO, the G33 plus this holster is the best all-around carry package you can buy at any cost.

Best regards.
 
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Recent purchases
2007 G19
2006 G26

one more pic prior to cleaning:
 
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I have also been hit with the G-bug over the last year. This last purchase will make #4 in my Gline-up. Wink


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Today is one of my favorite days!
Today is Pick Up Day!

Well I got it.. WOW.. Amazing Pistol!
The Nickle Boron makes the action so smooth.
Best Glock I've ever owned!

I plan on buying a few more.. again Wink

G27
Now to find a G33 barrel for 357sig fun! Big Grin
IT will be my primary CCW..



God bless Service Men and Women!


I would call Glock and buy one directly from them.
But I hear they are a little slow to ship..


Thanks..
 
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Originally posted by Edmond:
So I have my 33 now and I think the next step is:

night sights
.40 barrel so I can swap
maybe a 9mm barrel so it's a 3 caliber pistol

But the high priority right now is a CCW holster.

What do you guys carry yours in?

I'm thinking about this:

http://www.comp-tac.com/produc...o.php?products_id=95


I love my Minotaur MTAC. I usually carry either my G23 or G32 in it, and it's super comfortable and secure.
 
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On 3/25 I picked up a Gen 4 G23 and two days ago I picked up a Gen 3 G27 so now I have the whole trinity of .40 caliber service Glocks. I doubt I will ever get the competition model.
 
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I doubt I will ever get the competition model.
Oh, sure you will. Probably won't even be a month before you buy one.
 
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I doubt I will ever get the competition model.
Oh, sure you will. Probably won't even be a month before you buy one.


Certainly not anytime soon My next purchase will be a SR911 Commander.
 
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Certainly not anytime soon My next purchase will be a SR911 Commander.


Now lizzen clozely:

You vill buy a Glock by Wednesday of next veek!

You...vill...buy...a GLOCK!
 
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"The ugliest gun you will ever love."

Is that already a Glock slogan? It should be. When I bought my Glock 17, I held it in the gun shop and thought, "Really??"

Now I love it. And it's clunky look becomes a...strange...part of its appeal. (In addition to the fact that in over a year and innumerable trips to the range with countless rounds it has never jammed or failed to fire-- not once.)


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Ha! That stuff'll never work on me...on me...on me...

Hey! Is that a Gen 4?
 
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