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I can't decide on the 22 or 23. I had considered the Model 32 or 31, but with the recent addition of a Ruger PC4 (40 SW) decided to go with the 40 SW. I've had both the 23 & 22 in the past , Gen 3's.


Believe I'll go with the 22, have a Gen 4 G23 with TLR 7 resting as the bedside arm at the moment.


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Very hard to decide, I have a CZ P09 for my BIG gun lol

I don't have any qualms with the 40 S&W caliber.


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I can't decide on the 22 or 23. I had considered the Model 32 or 31, but with the recent addition of a Ruger PC4 (40 SW) decided to go with the 40 SW. I've had both the 23 & 22 in the past , Gen 3's.


Believe I'll go with the 22, have a Gen 4 G23 with TLR 7 resting as the bedside arm at the moment.



I concur with the G22 recommendation.

I had a dilemma between the G22 and G31 a several years ago.
Don't really care for 40cal, but wanted to get back into 357sig again after having a P229 40/357sig combo 26 years ago.

I ended up buying a Gen 3 G22 and a G31 barrel from Glock.
Had the G31 barrel done in CCR's CPII for quick identification.

I figured (at least back then in 2012) 40cal was always going to be easier to find than 357sig.
For awhile 40cal was the only thing on the shelves at Walmart.
Also I thought the 40cal G22 would be easier to sell, than the G31, if I wanted to sell the pistol.

Sold both the G22 and G31 barrel (and a lot of ammo) to my son in law when I consolidated ammo calibers 3 years ago..

Running 357sig in a G22, G23, and G33 is just a barrel swap, and 357sig is just plain fun to shoot.








Did the same thing, but backwards, when I bought my Gen 2.5 G33.
Had the slide and G33 barrel done on CCR's CPII.
Bought a used G27 barrel on eBay.

Sold this combo a little before my caliber consolidation.





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I've had a G31, and 2 other combo 357 Sig/40S&W pistols, a Sig 2022 & S&W MPc.

Currently, Though, I don't have any 357Sig chambered pistols, and want to stick with 40S&W due to caliber compatibility with my Ruger PC4 carbine.

I usuallto get the 135 gr. Loadings in 40. The G22 is just a tad harder to CCW, especially in summer.


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Didn't buy another one, but did add an Overwatch precision flat face trigger to my G44. Need to load up some mags,

Interesting enough, found a bag from my LGS in the bottom of the safe, wondered, what is this, and inside, the 3 mags for the G44 I'd bought 8 months ago....




 
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I try to quit Glock’s but they pull me back in lol. Just bought a NIB G19 Gen-5. Love this thing.


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Posts: 2976 | Location: Greenwood, Indiana/Orlando, Florida, USA | Registered: September 04, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I just got a Gen 5 17 MOS. Wasn’t going to buy another but I snag a great deal on a Cool Fire system for a gen 5 Glock. So, I just picked it up. I have a Zev trigger time install tonight and I have a set of 10-8 sights coming soon. That trigger is not bad for a factory Glock trigger. Still have a bit of take up that the ZEV will eliminate. But the reset is not bad.


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Here’s my next glock purchase to store away until my son is old enough and it will be his

https://lipseysguns.com/lipsey...ive-retro-glock-p80/
 
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Is the 17 a solid gun in production class shooting sports? I like the idea of the factory Mag well bevel and consistent trigger. It’s just something I’ve wanted to get into and I’d like to do it with a full size 9. The 34 looks to be range only but the 17 could be a winter carry gun too.
 
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Here’s my next glock purchase to store away until my son is old enough and it will be his

https://lipseysguns.com/lipsey...ive-retro-glock-p80/


I owned a Gen 1 G17 for a few years.
The grip texture is terrible.
Like a wet fish in a slightly sweaty hand.

But it's all good though, I have several firearms I keep only to give to my kids.



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Nice Gen1 ya got there.

My earliest is a Gen2 model 22. Seems like every time I think about conversion barrels, it gets to have another. It isn't much to look at, but it sure is fun!



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I was in a local store, a regional chain, and looked at the gun section.

They had 1 NIB Glock , a Gen 4 G22 standard sights for $599.

Considering the shortages of the Glock's, is this on the upper end of A G22 price range ?

I didn't buy it, but it was the first new Glock for sale I've seen in months.


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I just installed what I think are my favorite after-market Glock sights to date. TruGlo TFX Pros. I thought my XS sights were bright. These are the brightest night sights I've seen. Man, they just jump out at you on the dark.
With the open sight tops for the fiber optics, you can see the glow from the top in the dark.




 
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Another 43X Big Grin

Girlfriend stole the first one, had to get one for me.
 
Posts: 11563 | Location: Colorful Colorado | Registered: June 18, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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have gotten a few glocks lately. Have a 19 gen 3 I have had for awhile. Last month I found a really nice, hardly used g20 gen 3 in box with lone wolf trigger and connector for cheap money. What a difference that trigger made.
Found a G35 gen 3 , again, hardly used for cheap money. Wanted a better trigger Figured out how to put the apex action enhancement kit in last night. Got to get some 40sw loaded up to get it to the range. Trigger feels better in dry firing it.
Both guns were under $450, lnib. The g35 had 6 mags! The g20 had the nice trigger.


 
Posts: 956 | Location: Portsmouth, NH | Registered: October 11, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Glocks are so rare and in demand around here I've been grabbing some as I see them at the LGS for good prices.

First was a trade-in that netted a G19MOS
Next was a G43X
And then I saw a G45MOS

Yesterday a G17MOS looked nice but I didn't bite, and then I saw a G34MOS...

I'm not too happy that the G43X MOS was released shortly after I got the 43X. Couple local stores had some last week but I missed them. I'll probably get one eventually.

I will say the Gen 5 grip really does fit me better than the Gen 3 and Gen 4. It's a small change but it makes a difference.

And I'm only getting MOS versions because the extra cost isn't much and I'm not into custom milling slides for optics.
 
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Way back when Para started this thread I said I'd never owned nor shot a GLOCK. It simply didn't interest me when there's so many 1911 pistols I'd like to have.

Fast forward to September 2020 and I saw one of the (very) elusive brand new GLOCK 19/gen5 pistols in my favorite gun shop. It's now mine. Razz
 
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Big Grin I didn't say I'd keep it. I wanted you to know that I had succumbed to your prophecy. Razz
 
Posts: 10543 | Location: Somewhere north of a hot humid hell in the summer. | Registered: January 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Everyone needs at least one Glock.
 
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Everyone needs at least one Glock.


I concur..
Love 'em or hate 'em, everyone should own at least one Glock.
To own at least one of the most reliable firearms made...

Kind of like everyone should own at least 1 revolver...

I have several Glock pistols.
I don't need a G43X, but I feel the need to acquire one.


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