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Almost 300 pages ago I popped in and...tongue in cheek, posted the following:

"Well, I guess it's time I enter this thread to point out I have no need what-so-ever to buy a Glock Razz.

My current 17/19/26/34/17L/36/30/21/22/23/27/35/24/29/20/31/32/33 and Robarized 22 Eek should be able to handle pretty much whatever comes up WinkCoolBig Grin"

Well, apparently NOT Eek. Sooooo, I've since added the following...without any subtractions BTW Wink: 41/40MOS/43/43X...and to SSP226 question directly my latest; what started out as a decision to add a Brownell's G34 (Gen 3) RMR slide to run on my existing '98 Gen 3 G34. While poking around for an OEM upper parts kit I kept running into other stuff. One thing led to another and pretty soon I'd ordered a new complete OEM G17 frame, OEM G34 lower parts, an OEM G34 take-off barrel and the OEM slide parts kit. Following an internal polish I assembled the parts and now have a new complete "G34" mounting a Trijicon Type 2 RMR (3.25moa).

The Brownell's G34 Gen 3 RMR SS slide is very cleanly machined, perfectly finished...black nitride, everything fit together perfectly and it functions...with dummies, as expected. I have nothing but good to say about the Brownell's slide.
 
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That's a shit ton of Glocks Eek
Glad to head the Brownells slide is working. I was hoping it'd work out with OEM parts, may end up just buying another OEM barrel as well and have 2 complete uppers. Then staving off the trigger bug. Trying to keep it mostly stock...




...Then it comes to be that the soothing light at the end of your tunnel, is just a freight train coming your way...
 
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Jesus dude you just nullified all the “I just came here to say I will NEVER own a Glock posts”

I want to mock you.
I want to make fun because I don’t think Glock is ALL THAT.
I want to but all I can muster is.......

Golfers clap.....well done sir. Smile


"Guns are tools. The only weapon ever created was man."
 
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not quite a glock, but just picked up a Polymer80 PF940CL Compact Longslide whatever that is. $75 from Midway. I guess that means I will be buying a gen 3slide and various other parts sometime in the future. why....


There is something good and motherly about Washington, the grand old benevolent National Asylum for the helpless.
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Got a black 43x recently, got a Gen 5 19 coming and I’m gonna grab the first .22 long rifle variant I see after 1/20.


I wish I looked as good as I feel. I'm glad I don't feel as bad as I look.
 
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Got my Brownells slide, looks great. Ordered the OEM slide completion kit from Midway, ended up with an extra firing pin sleeve and only half of the spring cup. What a buzz kill. Still waiting on my Holosun, so not like I'm ready to go anyway.

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...Then it comes to be that the soothing light at the end of your tunnel, is just a freight train coming your way...
 
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I recently purchased a black G48 and began training with it. After replacing the stock sights with Trijicon H3’s, it’s a great shooting, feeling pistol. I wear XL gloves and the thinner but longer longitudinal grip feels good.

FWIW, the robust, one-piece striker, heavy firing pin safety mechanism, and drop safety design appear to be a lot simpler and tougher in their execution than my P320.

Nice pistol so far (250 rounds).
 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by TrailWalker:
I recently purchased a black G48 and began training with it. After replacing the stock sights with Trijicon H3’s, it’s a great shooting, feeling pistol. I wear XL gloves and the thinner but longer longitudinal grip feels good.

FWIW, the robust, one-piece striker, heavy firing pin safety mechanism, and drop safety design appear to be a lot simpler and tougher in their execution than my P320.

Nice pistol so far (250 rounds).[/QUOTE

Put a rubber Talon Grip on mine. Try it, you’ll like it.


I wish I looked as good as I feel. I'm glad I don't feel as bad as I look.
 
Posts: 717 | Location: Wheat Ridge, Colorado | Registered: October 26, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I will NOT buy another Glock. Nope, I won't. Really. I'm going to stick to my 228 and a few CZs. Yup. But if I could think of one good reason to own a 17 sized frame with a 19 sized slide...

I can quit any time I want.

Seriously. I can.
 
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Done did it today
Bought a g34gen4 MOS with a Trijicon SRO.
 
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Originally posted by AITG:
I will NOT buy another Glock. Nope, I won't. Really. I'm going to stick to my 228 and a few CZs. Yup. But if I could think of one good reason to own a 17 sized frame with a 19 sized slide...

I can quit any time I want.

Seriously. I can.


You'll be buying a Glock 45 before the end of 2020.
Maybe as November 3rd celebration gift to yourself..

That is 19+1 with the OEM +2 for an even 20 rounds..





Thanks..
 
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A dealer at a gun show today had a 17M. I looked it overly quickly, and it seemed fantastic (even more so than my Gen 5 MOS 17 for some reason). Was so tempting, but about two hours later I snagged another revolver at an LGS. The Bureau made a good selection.
 
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All Done, Brownells slide, Holosun 507c, TruGlo tritium suppressor sights.

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...Then it comes to be that the soothing light at the end of your tunnel, is just a freight train coming your way...
 
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Yeah I'm thinking another G45 and a Gen 5 G19 without the grip cutout are in my future this year.
 
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Have a G19 gen4 on the way... I've owned G26 (my favorite carry pistol) and G41... G30 also, but for some odd reason, this will be my first G19.
Going to mount a Tlr-7a and use for nightstand duty


Tomorrow’s battle is won during today’s practice.
- Samurai maxim
 
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I've been on a kind of Glock trip lately. Not really sure how that happened?

I had a spare P365. Buddy told me he had a Gen 3 Glock 17 in good shape. Figured a 17 will turn quick here since a lot of Departments here allow personally owned weapons for duty carry. Showed up to the house with this. Gen 3 RTF Fish gill Glock. Box, two original mags, loader, paperwork and shell casing sealed. Excellent shape. After a little bit of research, I'm going to hang onto this one.




Really wasn't crazy about my Legion SAO. Just not a safety guy. Listed it locally and got offer up these two. Glock 19X unfired, Glock 48 unfired as well. Both with factory Glock night sights, all accessories even had the receipts. I had about 850 in the Legion so this was a no brainier. Figured I would turn both and make a nice profit or get me something else. Both are growing on me. The 48 I've defiantly decided to keep. Ordered a new trigger and looking for some S15 mags now. The baby poop 19x fills amazing in the hands. I'd rather have a Glock 45 MOS, but who knows.



 
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I bought a new G41 long slide 45 ACP. It's a big one.
 
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Yeah I'm thinking another G45 and a Gen 5 G19 without the grip cutout are in my future this year.


As soon as I escape Washington, I'll be picking up one of each.
 
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Originally posted by RHINOWSO:
Yeah I'm thinking another G45 and a Gen 5 G19 without the grip cutout are in my future this year.


As soon as I escape Washington, I'll be picking up one of each.

The G19 has always been just a hair too small to feel really good and secure in my hands. When I held the G45 without any finger grooves and that short slide everything suddenly clicked and it was the first Glock that I would dare to call "ergonomic".
My example I currently own suffers from a poor trigger but I like it enough that I've ordered some parts to fix it. Probably won't displace my M&P's as my preferred striker pistols but I don't mind owning both platforms.
 
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Yep, I hear ya. I've got big, fat mitts and the G19 is my compromise. The Gen 1 17 I have is about the perfect pistol for my hands. I can get a good enough grip on it, but it's right at the limit. But like you say, when I first handled a G45, it totally clicked. I'll admit I thought the concept was silly at first, but once I got it in hand, I "got it."

The Gen 5 19, I gotta get just because. I've owned one of every other generation of 19, except for the Unicorn-rare Gen 1, and I've got a whole pile of 15rd mags. So, it just makes sense. Big Grin
 
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