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As I said, I did a search.
 
Posts: 4312 | Location: Middletown, PA | Registered: January 09, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I realize this thread has been active for 8 years and has 450 pages (wow!) but this is a SiG forum ... do you think it's really the best place to ask this question about production?


Good grief. Someone hasn't read many of those 450 pages. Roll Eyes

Andronicus, I'll have to do some digging if someone doesn't beat me to it, but it's looking like the Gen 5 is going to be a compact and full-frame show for a little bit. Can't remember where I saw it (may have even been this thread), but it's looking like there won't be a G26 or G34 for a while.

It was my first question when they were announced, also. I want a gen 5 34, it ticks all the boxes for me on paper.


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I hear Gen-6 is going to have a hammer, manual safety, and actually good sights.




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Posts: 15601 | Location: Northern Virginia | Registered: November 08, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Just for the record the GEN5 has good sights. Smile


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Posts: 3155 | Location: Nashville, TN | Registered: July 25, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Just put a G32 gen 4 on layaway today.

You will buy a glock. And another. And another.

It's good to have spares.
 
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I hear Gen-6 is going to have a hammer, manual safety, and actually good sights.

Great Karma! I'm in! Wink


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glock was the first 9mm I ever had. I could never hit anything I aimed at. I got rid of it and now have Sig and Beretta and will never touch a glock again.


Glock 9mm was the first combat auto I ever had. I shot low and left of anything I aimed at. Over time I learned my grip and trigger finger and lack of range time were the problem and now I shoot dead center.
I no longer blame the gun.

This was my experience as well. Once I corrected my poor shooting technique, the Glock turned out to be very accurate.
 
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Handled the Gen. 5s at the range Friday (but not available yet for range rental use..). Sweet! But; I'm thinking something like the 36 in .40 would scratch my itch.
 
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I didn't have any luck with my search so I'll ask it here. Is there any chance of a Gen 5 Glock 34? It would be for competition and cheaper than the 320 X5 I'm also considering.


As far as I know, only the 17 and 19 exist as Gen 5 at this time.
 
Posts: 286 | Location: Pennsylvania | Registered: December 27, 2001Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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The Gen 5's I have, the 19.5 and 17.5 were ordered with Amerglo night sights, all steel and they are right on out of the box...GREAT GUNS, NUFF SAID..


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The Gen 5's I have, the 19.5 and 17.5 were ordered with Amerglo night sights, all steel and they are right on out of the box...GREAT GUNS, NUFF SAID..


My 19.5 also came with Ameriglos. I thought the rear was off a tad (need to be drifted a tiny bit left), but it shoots fine so I left it as is.



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Here's some fresh pictures of my G17 with the 6MOA Type 2, and it's (mostly) twin brother G19. The G19 is stock internally, to meet department standards for CCW guns, no magwell, no RMR as well.







Here's my other G17







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glock was the first 9mm I ever had. I could never hit anything I aimed at. I got rid of it and now have Sig and Beretta and will never touch a glock again.


Glock 9mm was the first combat auto I ever had. I shot low and left of anything I aimed at. Over time I learned my grip and trigger finger and lack of range time were the problem and now I shoot dead center.
I no longer blame the gun.

This was my experience as well. Once I corrected my poor shooting technique, the Glock turned out to be very accurate.
True form every quality handgun, I think. Smile
 
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Just picked up a Gen 4 G34. Gonna give it a run this Thursday.


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Posts: 5375 | Location: BPensacola, Florida | Registered: September 28, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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This thread started the same day I joined the forum. Never posted in this thread before, as I’m not going to post just to say “nope, not me”. I had zero interest in Glock. I have one token Sig, a P229. I like it, but it’s pretty much a safe queen. Admittedly, I’m a H&K fanboy. My wife has been going to the range with me lately and always wants the P30sk. So today I bought her one for Christmas. It was right next to the Gen 5 Glock 19. I asked to hold it. The experience confirmed my belief. Did not like how it felt in my hand. Out of curiosity, and I don’t know why, I asked to hold the Gen 4. Never held one before. Wow, I think they used a model of my hand when designing it. Long story short, I own a Glock.




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I'm still looking for my first glock. I know it will be a 19 but trying to find one locally at a good price.


Ok I finally did it, I order a gen 5 Glock 19 a couple days ago and hopefully I should have it middle of next week. I shot about 75 rounds out of a rental gen 4 and can't wait to get out with the gen 5 side by side with my 320.


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Been really enjoying my Gen 5 G19 over the past few months. So much so that I am seriously considering buying a Gen 5 G17 for Christmas as one, I've never owned a full-size model Glock, the G17 is the model that started it all, and last but not least, I have a GSSF Blue Label purchase coupon available to use. I suspect that Glock may raise prices in January too, so now would probably be the time to lock in a G17 at the current Blue Label price. Decisions...decisions...


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Went this afternoon to my Blue Label dealer and picked out my Gen 5 G17 from a couple different ones I looked at and tried out, did the paperwork, provided ID and CWP, but evidently NICS here in Florida was getting pinged so hard that waited almost an hour and had only moved up to number 4 in the list. It was already 15 minutes past the shop's closing time, so I'll have to go back to pick it up some time this coming week. At least the one I picked out and decided on has a superb stock trigger, felt virtually identical to the one I picked out on my Gen 5 G19 a few months ago. And yes, while it was only very slight, there was a detectable difference between the one I picked and the others I felt. Definitely looking forward to picking it up! Smile


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Went this afternoon to my Blue Label dealer and picked out my Gen 5 G17 from a couple different ones I looked at and tried out, did the paperwork, provided ID and CWP, but evidently NICS here in Florida was getting pinged so hard that waited almost an hour and had only moved up to number 4 in the list. It was already 15 minutes past the shop's closing time, so I'll have to go back to pick it up some time this coming week. At least the one I picked out and decided on has a superb stock trigger, felt virtually identical to the one I picked out on my Gen 5 G19 a few months ago. And yes, while it was only very slight, there was a detectable difference between the one I picked and the others I felt. Definitely looking forward to picking it up! Smile


Were they calling NICS? If so, they should look into the online portal. It is much quicker.
 
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This the reason why I love the fact that Arkansas allows those with concealed handgun licenses to skip the NICS check.

Even though I can carry just with my LE creds, I keep my CHL current for situations like that.

When I bought my Gen 5 G19 from my Blue Label dealer a little while back, I just showed DL, LE ID, and CHL, filled out the 4473, paid, and walked out.
 
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