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  1. ADK_40GLKr
    08-15-2014 18:35
    ADK_40GLKr
    I think the 34 is a bit tougher to get used to, & may have a longer learning curve Than the 17. My shooting buddy agrees, he doesn't acquire the sights on the 34 as well as the 17, but YMMV. (Your Mileage May Vary.)
  2. ADK_40GLKr
    08-15-2014 18:32
    ADK_40GLKr
    Up to you. Try both if you can.
  3. ADK_40GLKr
    08-14-2014 09:50
    ADK_40GLKr
    Saw your ? to Mas & want to add my 2 cents. I find the 34 SLOWER THAN my 17 because I sometimes have to search for my front sight in my sight picture.

    Maybe I'm still on the 34 learning curve, but FOR ME, that's a factor I had never thought of before I bought it.

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