|Go ahead punk, make my day|
Yup G45 came in today.
Bought and picking up two more: G26 Gen 5, G19 MOS Gen 5.
In a couple months, my department is transitioning from 15+ year old Sig 229s to the G17 Gen 5.
|That is my spot.|
Traded for a g4 34 a few weeks back. It's a known shooter from a friend so I am not freaked out about the fact that I still haven't shot it! I think I need a 17 and then I can rest easy until spring when I decide i need a 26 or 43. Lol
"And those who govern ought not to be lovers of the task? For, if they are, there will be rival lovers, and they will fight."
"NO, you aren't crazy. There are a whole bunch of us here. Welcome..."
Maybe I should clarify. I shot it quite a bit. I tried to get to where I liked it. After quite a bit of shooting I found that I took it to the range less and less. I always wanted to shoot something else. After a while I found I was just leaving it in the safe, or putting it in my range bag, but shooting something else. All because I never got to where I liked shooting it. So I finally decided to sell it.
|His diet consists of black|
coffee, and sarcasm.
The thread title doesn't only mean that you will, in the future, buy a Glock at some point. It also applies to present and former owners.
I still don’t have one
|Just mobilize it|
Eventually, when you least expect it, you’ll just realize that you can’t live without one.
I find it odd that someone that enjoys DAO and DAK Sigs can't appreciate the consistent Safe Action trigger pull and reset of a Glock.
Give it time, it will come to you.....
Learn it, know it, live it.......Brad Hamilton
Certified iPhone and Glock fan-boi..
|Take the risk or |
lose the chance
I have one too many Glocks now that I've determined for certain that there's no way I'm ever going to be able to shoot a 43 effectively. And I'd rather not disclose how much time and money it's taken to come to this realization. Sucks.
“The further a society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those who speak it.”
|Quit staring at my wife's Butt|
You have no idea what your missing, I was a Glock hater for no other reason that I would never buy a plastic gun. big and stupid mistake on my part the Glocks brought the fun back into shooting for me. I have many of them now and only one sig the 365.
Honestly couldn't hit shit with my sigs other then the 365, I was always all over the target trying to convince myself that it was the me and not the gun. After picking up my first 19 and knocking the bullseye out on the first mag shooting instantly became fun again.
There is just something about them that fits me and my style of shooting.
|I'd rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I am not |
After 25 years I finally bought a glock 20 gen 4.
Yesterday morning I went to the store and ordered 34 gen4 31s and 4 gen4 32s for work and bought myself a Glock 45.
Not minority enough!
For an order like that, tehy should have given you the 45!
I have 3, Gen 2 19 & 23 that I keep one in the truck and one in the bedroom, and a 43 that I carry ... I have them only because they always work and aren't expensive. If one gets stolen or confiscated due to a self-defense situation I can replace it pretty easily. Like an AK they're just a good tool to have around. I don't feel this way about most of my firearms, I practice just enough with the Glocks to stay proficient with them.This message has been edited. Last edited by: kimberkid,
If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.
I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either
Never had a problem with Sig accuracy
That right there is key.
It's also the reason I gravitate toward SIG and now HK instead of Glock.
However, a Glock 45 may change that if I get a chance to hold/shoot one...
tempus edax rerum
|The Road goes on forever |
and the Party never ends
Glock is still King and always will be in the Striker fired guns. Yes HK’s are good, and most of the rest but none are as proven as the Glocks.
" The Road goes on forever and the Party never ends"
Yes i will. And the latest candidate was purchased yesterday-a G19 Gen 5, MOS. 300 rounds thru it and whats not to like. Great package, even limited to 10 rounds as i am.
Have been looking into Red Dots. Just curious, then saw sage dynamics Aron Cowan review a bunch of red dot sights. By far the RMR was best, rugged, etc, looks like Sig makes it hard for dots other than Romeo1. Any ways. That new Glock 19 looks pretty slick. With the DLC coated slide. It’s a good looking gun. MOS gen5. So I ordered one from x werks. Glock 19 MOS GEN5. With Trijicon suppressor sights and ‘Glock FDE’colored frame, keeping the slide and controls untouched. It’ll be my first GLOCK. Feel a little resentment with Sig red dot options.
* sig229c, 229classic, 227, S&Wrevolvers,
Winchester1894-44mag, Mauser hsc, Mosin rifle,
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