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View Poll Results: Which Model of Glock is your favorite?
17 776 10.99%
19 1,793 25.39%
20 327 4.63%
21 461 6.53%
22 391 5.54%
23 999 14.14%
24 24 0.34%
26 472 6.68%
27 381 5.39%
29 118 1.67%
30 506 7.16%
31 55 0.78%
32 99 1.40%
33 32 0.45%
34 212 3.00%
35 119 1.68%
36 202 2.86%
37 28 0.40%
38 47 0.67%
39 21 0.30%
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Old 06-05-2006, 08:13   #201
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favorite Glock

Dears Friends:

All models of Glock are my favorites, have a G17, G22, G26 and a G30.
the last one is my favorite, the G30 is the perfect conbination betwen caliber and size, for self defense in a urban place.
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Old 07-11-2006, 21:12   #202
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Favorite Glock

Definitely a Glock 20
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Old 07-29-2006, 10:37   #203
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Okay, I straightened out the poll and everything is now in order. It'll be easier to track.

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Old 07-29-2006, 11:01   #204
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I have enjoyed this poll a lot. Thanks a bunch, Eddie!


You're welcome Jack. This poll really has opened my eyes. I love it!
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Old 08-03-2006, 10:22   #205
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I havent shot them all but before I bought my Glock 19 I shot about 7 different glocks and the 19 just felt "right". Fits my hand perfectly, pretty easy to conceal, accurate, and best of all not to rough to handle by a lefty. I love my Glock 19 but I have a feeling the 19 wont be the only Glock in my collection.
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Old 08-22-2006, 06:09   #206
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Glad to see the G20 isn't completely insignificant as far as popularity. Definately my own favorite.
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Old 08-22-2006, 07:22   #207
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Despite my personal preference for the GLOCK 22 and .40 cal S&W, I can see that I've got to go try shooting a 19 just to see why that model is so popular among our fellow users. Thanks for running the poll as it's been very informative and fun to follow.

Next sidearm will probably be a . . . .

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Old 08-22-2006, 07:35   #208
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Since I traded my G19, my favorite (and only) Glock is now the G17(daily CCW).
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Old 08-22-2006, 14:08   #209
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I picked the 30 but must admit that I have an aftermarket 10mm barrel in it. I really prefer 10mm to 45acp but wanted a "twofer" so now I have a model 30 or a model 30 with a 10mm barrel and can switch off between the two. Same slide and the extractor seems to work fine. Just swap the barrel and recoil spring.
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Old 09-17-2006, 19:39   #210
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Great Poll Eddie! Have you thought about making this an annual poll? Would be interesting to see how tastes and trends change.
Good job.

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Old 09-19-2006, 16:46   #211
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The jouse is tied

I say G17
My wife says G19
No G18 on voting list ?
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Old 09-23-2006, 05:26   #212
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My pick is the versatile G23.
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Old 09-28-2006, 16:51   #213
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G35 for fun G30 for carry
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Old 09-30-2006, 15:37   #214
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Though im comfortable with my g19 right now, im still craving to have g30 someday. A more compact concealable pistol with a big bite!! i voted for g30..
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Old 10-08-2006, 05:11   #215
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Favorite Glock

In the first place,i never thought id like a Glock.On a whim i bought the little G26 which changed my mind (or what little of it i have left) hee hee,but i absoloutely love that weapon and carry it when i go out.I recently purchased the G23 and love that even more,i even switch it out with the G26 for ccw at times.I took the G23 to the range yesterday and thought it shot like a dream even though it has more muzzle flip than the G26,I even enjoy the muzzle flip,lets me know im holding some serious power in my hand.So you see,you can teach an old dog new tricks!!
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Old 10-08-2006, 06:46   #216
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I love my 17!!!!!!!!!

Hey Eddie,I just love my 17 and I am waiting to get my G30 here in a few months. I am disabled by diabetes and renal failure but,I am waiting for a new kidney here soon. I have been on hemo-dialysis for 8.5 years and Its like going in a car shop evry other day getting an oil,filter and lube job. Thanks,Richard 17z
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Old 10-08-2006, 13:26   #217
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Re: I love my 17!!!!!!!!!

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Hey Eddie,I just love my 17 and I am waiting to get my G30 here in a few months. I am disabled by diabetes and renal failure but,I am waiting for a new kidney here soon. I have been on hemo-dialysis for 8.5 years and Its like going in a car shop evry other day getting an oil,filter and lube job. Thanks,Richard 17z

God Bless and good luck......with the guns and the transplant. You are in my prayers.

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Old 10-08-2006, 13:31   #218
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G22.

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Re: Re: I love my 17!!!!!!!!!

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Old 10-13-2006, 00:22   #220
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Gotta vote for my wonderful G23! Right balance of size and power. I carried one both on and off duty for 12 years or so. Big enough for a duty holster. Small enough to conceal easily.

My second choice would be the G20 for the power as a field gun. Doesn't conceal as well as the 23, but it has other attributes. If you want that power and more concealability the G29 is a pretty good compromise.

If you throw competition into the mix, although I love my 34/35s, you could still do it with the 23. The 20 might be better because you can get .40 S&W barrels for it and it becomes a very easy shooting match winner!

If Hillary is elected, and I'm forced to choose only one Glock to keep, I'll stay with the G23 and feel well armed.
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