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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Idaho Spud, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. Idaho Spud

    Idaho Spud

    Aug 20, 2012
    Bought my first Glock tonite, a 23 in DEB. Then I got on the web and found that my gun in "baby poo brown", "dirt brown", etc. probably may not have been the most accepted of Glocks! Got a few laughs! Funny thing, I'm not tacticool at all, an old dinosaur, actually, but thought this pistol looked pretty neat. Guess I'll have to don my "thick skin" when I go shootin'.

    Never considered myself a liberal, but one can readily see I have no prejudice against guns of color.

  2. SJ 40

    SJ 40

    Jan 17, 2011
    :welcome:I am also of the dinosaur clan,all of my Glocks are basic black save for one a olive drab. Don't let the jibes bother you someday you be glad you have a FDE,you may even add a OD then you will have all the factory colors covered, SJ 40
  3. Idaho Spud

    Idaho Spud

    Aug 20, 2012
    Thanks, guys. I'll probably get more razzin' from my wife who shoots a 40 in Brand X. Have about 12 or 1300 midrange (mild) rounds already loaded for her gun with Berrys 180 FP's. They should work ok in this'n as well. We'll see. Gun should be in hand sometime next week.
  4. Congrats and welcome to GT. The G23 is one of my favorites. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine.
  5. Rustin


    Oct 12, 2011
    Central Ohio
    Nice choice. Nevermind what the dummies say, it's a good color. I do however find it funny that it's being called baby poop color. I guess OD Glocks are baby puke?

    Congrats, have fun!
  6. kfive


    Sep 17, 2012
    love my 23 and just remember in any color..... pull the trigger and it will go boom!!!!!!!
  7. Idaho Spud

    Idaho Spud

    Aug 20, 2012
    A real Choc-o-glock. Gun looks good enough to eat! haha
  8. Not just a chocolate Glock, but a chocolate pig-nosed Glock!

    I don't see how that slide will lock back, though...
  9. Lowjiber


    Jan 26, 2012
    Las Vegas
    I wish my father was still alive. Many years ago, when I first started carrying, he told me to "Make sure it's made out of chocolate in case you have to eat it."

    His other advice was to make sure to "File the sights off, in case someone sticks it up your butt."

    That chocolate Glock would be an ideal Father's Day gift for him.:rofl:
  10. theSteve


    Jun 17, 2012
    Not a big fan of the FDE glocks, but for some unknown reason that I shake my fist at...I want one.
  11. Idaho Spud

    Idaho Spud

    Aug 20, 2012
    I prefer "bang" to "boom"....if you know what I mean.:supergrin:
  12. AgentM79

    AgentM79 Platinum Member

    Nov 29, 2003
    Now you know the power of the Dark Side!! Some Glock frames are merely less dark in appearance than others...........

    Fellow dinosaur here. It's still a Glock!!

    I'd like to think that the first version of the chocolate mold used for the candy gun LACKED pig-nose, and that a sharp-eyed confectioner (a Glock owner) demanded a proper mold be made representing true "Glock Perfection".............:supergrin: