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bcgst5 02-09-2013 01:17

G22 Gen 4
 
I just picked up a Glock 22 Gen 4 today. I was a little apprehensive about the fullsize models after reading stuff online because I have smaller-ish hands. I must say though, that was a non issue. I got a good deal on it and took it to the range immediately. It has a sorta snap that is associated with the .40, but its not bad at all. I think the gen 4 22 does an excellent job at taming the .40. I am a huge fan to say the least.

DannyR 02-09-2013 02:34

Bravo. Ignore the internet hysteria. It has become as bad as gun shop advice.

bac1023 02-09-2013 02:57

Welcome and congrats

Bill Lumberg 02-09-2013 07:20

This. Getting accurate info on glocks via the Internet has become like getting useful tactical advice from a security guard.
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Originally Posted by DannyR (Post 19966737)
Bravo. Ignore the internet hysteria. It has become as bad as gun shop advice.


GlockItToMe 02-09-2013 08:21

Ya gotta love an "Internet Expert". Congratulations on the new Glock and for thinking for yourself.


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Lvs1935 02-09-2013 08:54

You got yourself a great pistol. I just recently got one myself. It's a very enjoyable gun to shoot. My wife even commented how much she enjoyed shooting it.

GIG4FUN 02-09-2013 12:54

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Originally Posted by bcgst5 (Post 19966662)
I just picked up a Glock 22 Gen 4 today. I was a little apprehensive about the fullsize models after reading stuff online because I have smaller-ish hands. I must say though, that was a non issue. I got a good deal on it and took it to the range immediately. It has a sorta snap that is associated with the .40, but its not bad at all. I think the gen 4 22 does an excellent job at taming the .40. I am a huge fan to say the least.

It's always good to have one of these even if you waver back and forth to other models. You have a bread and butter standard gun right there. Congratulations!

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Originally Posted by Bill Lumberg (Post 19966976)
This. Getting accurate info on glocks via the Internet has become like getting useful tactical advice from a security guard.

^^^^ This was neat to read ;)

FishyOne 02-09-2013 14:32

I like the smaller grip on the Gen4 too. My hands are average size and no added backstraps are needed.

Congrats on your new Glock!

FLAHOTROD 02-09-2013 22:50

I also have small hands but have no issues with the gen 4 G22 for the same reasons.

I have come to better appreciate Glock's engineering since I shot a friend's .40 cal Taurus. That thing was just plain unpleasant to shoot. I realize why some people have bad feelings about the .40 now. Glock does make them easier to shoot.


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