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so sexy it hurts
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Digging this 43x so far. I’ll get more range time tomorrow.

Which sights do you have on your 43X?
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Nevermind, saw your range report thread.
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Posts: 26871 | Location: Westizzle Virgizzle | Registered: December 19, 2001Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Well, Para, it took me nearly ten years from your prophecy but I did buy my first, a new Glock 19 Gen4 today on 1-26-2019. I like it and I admit it. Well, 2-6-2019, better add a Glock 17 Gen4 to the list.

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^^^ 474 pages, and almost 2.6 million page views bear witness to the truth! Smile
 
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Since I got a new Glock yesterday it was time again to contribute to this long-standing thread.

Glock 48.
So far really diggin' it.
I hate to say it, but this is probably the most comfy Glock I've ever held if not the best of all my handguns.


Great, now I gotta go get one Big Grin



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A few additions within last couple weeks G19X, G45, G43X to keep company to my G17 Vickers grey and G17 gen 5.
 
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Just traded my G19 for P320 x carry. Glocks are just not for me.
 
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Originally posted by agony:
Since I got a new Glock yesterday it was time again to contribute to this long-standing thread.

Glock 48.
So far really diggin' it.
I hate to say it, but this is probably the most comfy Glock I've ever held if not the best of all my handguns.


Don't let the 26/19ers hear you say that. They think fat is where it's at.


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Posts: 6089 | Location: Cantonment/Perdido Key, Florida | Registered: September 28, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Picked up a 43X yesterday. To cold to shoot (for me) in Polar Vortex land, but I'm loving the feel of this pistol.
 
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Well I didn't actually BUY a Glock, but. Years ago I traded a Beretta Centurion in roughish shaped for a like new Glock 23. I am not a 40 guy so it languished in the safe for years. I decided to turn it into a 19 and scratch my RMR itch at the same time. I have an RMR on a MP9 CORE but I never warmed up to the gun itself. So I found some deals over the holidays and waited for all the packages to arrive. Last one came yesterday. A Gunslingers Armory 19 slide with a RMR cut. It has some cuts and stuff that aren't exactly my thing but it has ZERO slide markings. Very clean. Overall I like it a lot. I bought another Overwatch Precision trigger on sale because they discontinued the color (blue), Magpul magwell (jury still out on this one), all OEM Glock internals, Glock 19 barrel, OP Have Blue sights, Vickers Tactical mag release and slide release which are on all my Glocks. Oh yea, fancy dimpled ZEV back plate 'cause it's pretty. lol

Had to file down the front overlap of the rear Have Blue sight. It went over the plate cover so a judicious and slow file work took care of that easy enough. If it wasn't 10 degrees out right now I might have included a range report. I will try a picture though.

 
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Originally posted by agony:
Since I got a new Glock yesterday it was time again to contribute to this long-standing thread.

Glock 48.
So far really diggin' it.
I hate to say it, but this is probably the most comfy Glock I've ever held if not the best of all my handguns.


I have been considering a G19x or G45 for some time now, but this is a game changer. I see one in my future.



Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.

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Only took me slightly more than a month, but finally put 240 rounds through my 26 today. Brought my Ruger PCC, but forgot to bring tools to adjust sights and RDS. Put 10 rounds through it and it didn't even hit paper, so I put it away... Anywho, I think the 26 is a fun little gun. Definitely need some trigger time, as my 10 yard target grouping wasn't what I expected of myself, but I really like this thing. I only put Trijicon night sights and a talon grip wrap on it, and good to go. I did notice my trigger finger getting a little sore by the end of it, and I got pinched a couple times by the Pearce extensions. No big deal though. Got hit in the forehead quite a bit with brass, and had brass landing on my shoulders and upper arms, some of which did not roll off. I was wearing a sweater, so it didn't burn luckily. All in all, it was a good day.

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Just picked up a G48... I think that's #13


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Glock 19 Gen 5.45 FS NON-MOS LMNOP Pre-Summer Special 2019. Not even out yet, but I know a guy.


If this is true, I'll be buying one.


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Got a 48 yesterday, that's number 11.
 
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Almost checked out the 43X today at the LGS/range, but I had to hurry home and clean the G23. Wink
 
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Picked up a G48 last week. The only models available locally were with standard Glock sights, so I went with that and I'm now considering what sights to add.

What is everyone liking?



Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.

-D.H. Lawrence
 
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Picked up a G48 last week. The only models available locally were with standard Glock sights, so I went with that and I'm now considering what sights to add.

What is everyone liking?

I’m digging the Ameriglo Bold for my 43X, at least for dry fire as I haven’t had it to the range yet. Love the contrast between the front and rear sights.
 
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Picked up a G48 last week. The only models available locally were with standard Glock sights, so I went with that and I'm now considering what sights to add.

What is everyone liking?


I have. Trijicon HD on 20 or so Glocks, both the standard HD and the XR.
 
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Ameriglo Bold


That's one I've been considering, but can't find them for sale anywhere. Maybe I'll call Glock and see they have some for sale that are not listed at their online store.



Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.

-D.H. Lawrence
 
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I like HD's but I will only buy XR's from now on. If it is a range gun I would probably go skinny fiber optic upfront and blacked out rear, ala Dawson.
 
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