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Probably not.
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I'm not sure why the Nancys even bother to post in this thread.

Member here for 16 years and finally decided to finally start posting shit in the Glock thread... Roll Eyes


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Posts: 3799 | Location: Great State of TEXAS | Registered: July 05, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Bought a 19X. My 2nd Glock. Really like it but I need to re-acclimate to the Glock trigger. Been carrying the VP9 or the SK version for like 3 years now and I think it's the best striker fired trigger out there.
 
Posts: 1990 | Location: New Hampshire | Registered: February 25, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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No Gen 5 MOS 17s or 19s seen today, two different dealers. Nor a G45. The quest continues to see a live one before plunking out the plastic.
 
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Probably not.
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I'm not sure why the Nancys even bother to post in this thread.

Member here for 16 years and finally decided to finally start posting shit in the Glock thread... Roll Eyes


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Posts: 118 | Location: Hampton, VA / Salvo, NC | Registered: June 20, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Ted's alright in my book.
 
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My Momma would disagree. She always said I was at least a half deck short because I volunteered for sub duty. Wink
 
Posts: 118 | Location: Hampton, VA / Salvo, NC | Registered: June 20, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Looking forward to a G45. Hopefully the department will approve it soon.


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Posts: 2288 | Location: Chicago IL | Registered: February 28, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Visited another dealer this week, no Gen 5 MOS or G45s to check out. After doing a little soul searching, I'm thinking what's really my desire is a G22 MOS for a HD role.
 
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I’m now up to following:
Glock 43
Glock 19
Glock 19 mos
Glock 26


DISCLAIMER: These are the author's own personal views and do not represent the views of the author's employer.
 
Posts: 3544 | Location: Charlottesville, VA | Registered: May 10, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Gen 5 19 MOS with a TLR-7 & RM06 is just pure awesome sauce. I’m even happy with the factory trigger!



Isaiah 54:17 - No weapon formed against us shall prosper....

What do I want? A time machine.
When do I want it? Irrelevant.
 
Posts: 1670 | Location: Central Iowa CAPTIVE | Registered: January 15, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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As stated before, epic thread. Bought some Glocks, then some more. And more will follow me home. The G45 is quite interesting.
 
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Gen 5 19 MOS with a TLR-7 & RM06 is just pure awesome sauce. I’m even happy with the factory trigger!



That's a great looking setup you have there!
 
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Do the irons clear the dot sight on that? If not do you just use the window like a giant ghost ring if you will, should the dot fail???

That is a bad ass little setup.


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Posts: 3733 | Location: Nashville, TN | Registered: July 25, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Do the irons clear the dot sight on that? If not do you just use the window like a giant ghost ring if you will, should the dot fail???

That is a bad ass little setup.


Yes, they clear and cowitness perfectly. I was going to opt for extra tall sights, but I do have a reasonable amount of real estate at the bottom of the optic glass to the iron sight picture. These are standard Ameriglo front NS with black rear suppressor sights, which are my preferred Sights for RMR use. Thanks! I’m really liking this guy over my Gen 4’s! I have an Overwatch Precision Gen 5 TAC coming simply to try out, but other than a flat shoe I can’t see how it’ll improve the new trigger too much. I may also switch the MOS plate to a C&H plate for a tighter RMR fit and improved asthetics.


Isaiah 54:17 - No weapon formed against us shall prosper....

What do I want? A time machine.
When do I want it? Irrelevant.
 
Posts: 1670 | Location: Central Iowa CAPTIVE | Registered: January 15, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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RR. I AM WORKING ON THE SAME SET UP. I just GOT THE G19 gen5 MOS. FROM XWERKS. WITH THE Frame IN Glock-FDE COLOR. EVERTHING ELSE Unchanged. Gonna order the RMR ADJUSTABLE 3.25 dot. And I’d like a light that does not protrude for aesthetics sake like your TLR. You beat me to it. Nice set up. It will be my first Glock ever.

229c 229 227.
 
Posts: 25 | Location: Vidalia and Savannah Georgia | Registered: September 30, 2016Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Oops. I mean KHOLM. Sweet set up.

Oh and I went with the Trijicon Suppressor Night sights.

Hey. U gotta rack the slide all time to dry fire. No one told me this. My first striker fired too
 
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Wow, I was going to get a gen 5 G 19 but I looked at the 45 and may get it.


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U gotta rack the slide all time to dry fire. No one told me this. My first striker fired too
Well there you have it.

Yes, you need to rack it for dry fire. Like you would for an SAO gun. Although with a glock you only need to move the slide back <1" to reset the trigger. Wink

Welcome to the machine... Big Grin

I'm really liking my G45 and G19.4s. I did buy a complete G19.4 slide with Front Cocking serrations to convert my LEO trade in G23.4 to a G19. I could have gone conversion barrel but just don't like 40S&W. I'll keep the slide just in case but it'll be a G19 for all intents (changed the ejector already).

Once the Vanilla G19 Gen 5s come without the grip cutout I'll buy. I already have Talons and the extended slide stop waiting. Big Grin
 
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Picked up a 19X a couple weeks ago. I have a few 19's and really like them, and have heard nothing but good things about the 19X. Finally got it to the range the other day and was quite disappointed. Uncomfortable, my finger kept rubbing the bottom of the trigger the wrong way, and felt like it had quite a bit more recoil than my other 19's (which seems odd). Will have to put a few more mags through it, but not sure it's a keeper yet.
 
Posts: 517 | Location: Dayton, OH | Registered: October 07, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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The G45 Gen 5 is the Cats Meow, it's just flat out perfect for me, I also have Gen4 and Gen 5 G19's, but the G45 ROCKS, it's worth waiting for IMHO...
 
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