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Old 02-14-2013, 19:56   #1
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New Glock 20 :)

Its the first Glock I've bought in over 6 years.


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Old 02-14-2013, 19:58   #2
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Old 02-14-2013, 20:25   #3
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What??????? After the thread in "General" I thought you would have gone for 1911 based one.

Seriously, my second 10mm is aG-20 Sf and I like it a lot, but one of the RIAs is on the horizon methinks.
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What??????? After the thread in "General" I thought you would have gone for 1911 based one.
FWIW I would LOVE a 1911-pattern 10mm that could handle any ammo I threw at it. From what I've read the Kimber comes closest... but i have yet to take that plunge.

My stepdad has a range/carry Kimber CDP II he and I are rather fond of, though, so maybe that will change before long. I still have my sights on an S&W 1006 and a Desert Eagle at some point too ;-)
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FWIW I would LOVE a 1911-pattern 10mm that could handle any ammo I threw at it. From what I've read the Kimber comes closest... but i have yet to take that plunge.

My stepdad has a range/carry Kimber CDP II he and I are rather fond of, though, so maybe that will change before long. I still have my sights on an S&W 1006 and a Desert Eagle at some point too ;-)
I had decided to buy yet another .41 mag for the first of the year, but then RIA announced their 10mm so I held off. The price is too good considering I really want it as a "trail gun".
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I had decided to buy yet another .41 mag for the first of the year, but then RIA announced their 10mm so I held off. The price is too good considering I really want it as a "trail gun".
I need to check that one out too ... can't have them all unless I get them one by one :-)
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Old 02-14-2013, 22:59   #8
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Awesome bac! Congratulations. It looks a lot like mine, except shinier and newer!

Admirable little family you have there. Now for the baby Glock 10mm...
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Congratulations. They seem to be breeding
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I really don't think that needed to be said! Although true, it still wasn't needed, but since you did!

Congrats bac! Hope you wear it out.
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bac....I don't like you!!

I'd should say....jealous!



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Old 02-15-2013, 08:25   #13
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Its the first Glock I've bought in over 6 years.


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Here's my little 10mm family.


The 10 Ring
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Old 02-15-2013, 18:14   #14
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What??????? After the thread in "General" I thought you would have gone for 1911 based one.

Seriously, my second 10mm is aG-20 Sf and I like it a lot, but one of the RIAs is on the horizon methinks.
Unfortunately, I only buy 1911s in 45ACP though.
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Unfortunately, I only buy 1911s in 45ACP though.
EEEW but aren't we the "purist"? 10mm not good enough, ehh? I suppose a .38 super wouldn't pass muster either?


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Nice family you have there BAC.

Now you are officially a member of the G20 Block, I mean Glock, club!
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I love my 45's, but I really love my 10's
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Old 02-16-2013, 12:23   #18
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EEEW but aren't we the "purist"? 10mm not good enough, ehh? I suppose a .38 super wouldn't pass muster either?


Yeah, it's funny I know.

The 38 Super is cool because it was actually the only cartridge ever designed specifically for the 1911. I just got in the habit of buying only 45ACP models for whatever reason.
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Yeah, it's funny I know.

The 38 Super is cool because it was actually the only cartridge ever designed specifically for the 1911. I just got in the habit of buying only 45ACP models for whatever reason.


Nice amigo !
Congrats Bac !

But this has got to be next for ya...! It is for me (i hope) !


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Elite ops divisions within the Marine corp still use the 1911, in fact they never stoped using it, (within these special ops div)



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Nice, I'm considering entering the world of 10mm.
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FWIW I would LOVE a 1911-pattern 10mm that could handle any ammo I threw at it. From what I've read the Kimber comes closest... but i have yet to take that plunge.

My stepdad has a range/carry Kimber CDP II he and I are rather fond of, though, so maybe that will change before long. I still have my sights on an S&W 1006 and a Desert Eagle at some point too ;-)
The new RIA has a ramped barrel with really good support, so it should be able to take a stout load as far as that goes. Also, the word around is that RIA is switching to forged frames. That would have to help with the 10mm capabilities.

I am planning one, thats for sure.
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Congrats on the buy, maybe it will be sooner than 6 years before you next Glock purchase





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Congrats on the buy, maybe it will be sooner than 6 years before you next Glock purchase





I wouldn't bet on that.




...seriously, I'll probably get another full size Glock or two later this year.
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Never thought I'd see that!
Well, I have three Glocks now.
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