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How Glock Redundant are You?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by DaBurna, Nov 17, 2012.


  1. DaBurna

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    I normally don't have copies of models. But here recently I've gotten 2 duplicate 9mm's (G19/G26)in NiB-x finish.... I just really like the look. They seem hard to come by in my neck of the woods. I'm fighting the urge to get a duplicate G23 in
    NiB-x...

    *raises hand* I'm a Glockaholic, and I have a PROBLEM!:tongueout:
     

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  2. hsprincipal

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    No copies of models here. I'm trying to acquire the entire gen4 family first....
     

  3. kodiakpb

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    I'm pretty redundant
     
  4. JTSmith

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    Œgfdrïńëçł

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    I buy 4 of each model because 1 is none, 2 is 1, and 3 is 1.5 and I need at least 2 pistols.
     
  5. dhgeyer

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    I only have 2 Glocks - both Gen4 9mm - G17 and G19. Glocks, in my view, are simple, reliable (with a little tweaking sometimes), fairly accurate, a tremendous design achievement, fun and easy to shoot, easy to carry, but boring to collect. They're all pretty much the same. I much prefer more variety in my collection. I'm fascinated by all manner of firearms designs, from very old to state of the art. What I own, and what I have owned, reflect this.
     
  6. G26S239

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    The only one I have a spare for is my 26.
     
  7. AK74play

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    My only duplicate is my 2 17L's.out of 19 different Glocks I own. I SBR's one of the 17L's so it's not really a duplicate depending on how you lookat it I guess.:dunno:
     
  8. samuse

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    The only Glocks I really like are the 19 & 17. They're really the only guns I shoot much.

    I have 3 19s and 2 17s. And a buncha mags...
     
  9. SJ 40

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    I am a believer in this line of thought and guilty of it. SJ 40
     
  10. SNH Glocks

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    I have some redundancy, two each G17, G22, G23, G27, all Gen 3s.
     
  11. b_oglethorpe

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    I have two 35s and two 30sf. Gen 3s
     
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  12. DeLo

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    I've thought of doing the same with a 17L do you have any pics?




    Being redundant is par for the course for Glocks!
     
  13. JTSmith

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    Just for clarity, I was being sarcastic.
     
  14. SJ 40

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    I wasn't 3 G 22's albeit one of them is a dedicated 22 rim fire. SJ 40
     
  15. AK74play

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    Nope, but I can delete some of my alloted pics and tak some. I'll post in the morning.

    Ok, it didn't take as long as I thought it would so here they are. The one with the TLR-1 is the one with the paperwork and my $200.00 donation.
     
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  16. denn1911

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    I have two FDE G17's. One is unfired and the other has been flawless. I didn't mean to pick up the unfired one. I just fell into it so it sits in my safe wondering when it'll get some work in.
     
  17. shakazulu12

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    I have one Gen 4 19 now, will likely buy a backup as well as a G30 S when it comes out. Then call it good.
     
  18. Glockster45ACP

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    It is understandable! Please proceed.:cool:
     
  19. vis35

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    I have five Glock’s, all different models, but I shoot them. I don’t worry about them breaking, I am an armorer and I can fix them.

    I have five Japanese Type 14 Nambus, I collect them. To you they may appear the same, but they are all different. I also have a Papa Nambu, a Type 94 pistol and a Type 26 revolver. And a bunch of Arasakas……Wish I could afford a T-99 Light Machinegun, oh well…..
     
  20. SgtRich

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    My current Glock inventory:

    G21 SF Gen 3
    G21 Gen 4
    G30 Gen 3
    G30 SF Gen 3
    G17 Gen 4
    G19 Gen 4

    I am trying to decide what my next Glock purchase will be for a Christmas present to myself. My choices are:

    G30 Gen 4
    G17 Gen 4 (duplicate)
    G19 Gen 4 (duplicate)