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Discussion in 'Valuable Info' started by Eddie C., Sep 5, 2006.
More than one but less than Hickok45
2 going on 3. Either a Gen4 17 or 21 will be following me home very soon.
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Two at the moment (19, 27). Looking to get a 20...
2 = Glock 17 3rd gen & Glock 21 sf 3rd gen
I wanted OD models, so I painted them with duracoat both of them Cav Dark Earth
Down to two now, the 19 and 23. Recently sold a Glock 17.
I only have 9!!!!!
I'm waaayy behind most of you guys. I only have 2, but I need to get a 10mm soon.
Only 2 right now...that will change
I now have 2
I currently have 4 a 17,19 and two 34's
One of model + 8 G17's first and second gens. I carried a second gen 17 for 18 yrs, still have it, still as accurate as it was in 1988!
Geeze, working too much. One of every model.
What if I buy more and already voted?
my first glock is a g34, then I added a g26 as my carry gun. Recently I started modifying my 34 a bit for competition only and didn't think it was appropriate for bedside use any more and found a NIB g17 RTF2. Honestly, modifying the 34 just gave me an excuse to buy another one.
Got a great deal on 2 G22's that were LE never issued plus my G27. Next one will be a G21.
Glock 17 Gen 4
Glock 19 Gen 4
Glock 21 Gen 4
Glock 30 Gen 3
Glock 26 Gen 4
Well, I own one and a half. I have a 19 then bought a used lawenforcement trade-in 23 complete slide. The 23 slide goes on to the 19 frameand with a 40 cal mag shoots just great. I didnot have to replace the 19s trigger housing ejector at all.
Glock lower with an Advantage arms 22 LR conversion
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