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I think I might be done

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Kingarthurhk, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. Kingarthurhk

    Kingarthurhk Isaiah 53:4-9

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    As you can tell by the tag line I own 7 glocks now. I think I am done. At the moment, I can't think of another Glock I want to own. Though I am thinking of conversion barrels for the one's I do have.
     
  2. MinnesnowtaWild

    MinnesnowtaWild

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    Very nice collection you have. How about a G30 or G36? Or even a Glock 23?
     

  3. kashdaddy

    kashdaddy Glockaholic

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    its never over until the fat lady sings.
     
  4. glock_collector

    glock_collector

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    No, he's done...LLLA...LLLA...LLA...LLA...LLA...LLA...LLA...LLA...LLA...LLA......
     
  5. tinman517

    tinman517

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    I have been telling myself the same for the past 32 years . . . Many handguns and rifles ago. Good luck.
     
  6. abq87120

    abq87120

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    I sold a G26 and a G30SF, my entire Glock collection, lol. Then I bought a Gen3 G23 just as the Gen4's were first being pushed out. Had to wait two months but I'm happy. I also got an LWD 40-9 conversion barrel and an LWD 357 Sig barrel to go with it. It had an occasional FTE with WWB 115g 9mm until I put a case of 40 over the new gun's recoil spring. It is a sweet shooter now with all three barrels. I got over a thousand bucks for the 26 and the 30 together. With GSSF pricing, I have a tad over $700 into my current rig with the barrels. Including Mep night sights. I may get a G36 some day if I win the lottery, lol. Very low priority. A stock G23 is a great EDC.

    I also cleaned out my overflowing holster drawer in the GT classifieds and settled on one IWB and one OWB. Combined cost of around $90 with shipping. A $50 Looper Law Enforcement belt ($55 now) and I'm in fat city.

    Just something to consider.
     
  7. TxGlock9

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    Nice to know yah. :wavey:
     
  8. bac1023

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    I wish I had a dollar for everytime I thought I was done. ;)
     
  9. Glock40man

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    Maybe.:supergrin:
     
  10. arayme

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    Don't forget about the other four 10MM Glocks- G20, G20C, G29, and G29SF !
     
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  11. Pierre!

    Pierre! NRA Life Member

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    Yah, I know what you mean... I used to say silly stuff like that too... :rofl:

    Don't worry, it will go away... just don't say stuff like that anymore in public... cause we all laugh at each other when we say that kinda stuff...

    We Know Better...

    Patrick
    PS - Right now there is a wiley Glock with your name on it stalking you... you just haven't *bumped* into it yet!

    PSS - Stay away from Summit Gun Brokers - you really don't want to know what their prices are like... really... :cool:
     
  12. Kingarthurhk

    Kingarthurhk Isaiah 53:4-9

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    I have thought about a 36, only becuase of the single stack magazine. But, everytime I think about it, I remind myself that my magazines from my G21 won't work.

    Maybe a 23, but I can't see justifying it when I am not packing the 26 around, I am packing the 21C or the 2OSF.

    Right now I am thinking of conversion barrels like a .40 conversion and and a .357 sig barrel for my G20SF. The G19 I got for nostalgia value along with the G26. That is why I have them. The G17 is going to be a work gun along with the G26. That is why so much 9mm. I am not really a 9mm fan.

    I like .45 and 10mm. I just bought the G27 for my wife. She likes it, I hope se likes it after she shoots it. The .40 is a snappy round.:supergrin: It isn't anything in the G22, but in the 27 I bet you can feel it. That is why I got her a tungsten guiderod with a 22lb spring to tame it.
     
  13. mrsurfboard

    mrsurfboard The Anti-Glock

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    How about getting something else other then Glock. Variety is the spice of life.
     
  14. Gaucho

    Gaucho Jungian

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    I would say you should pick up a 31,32, or 33. .357 is very fun.
     
  15. 1eyedjack

    1eyedjack Old Pirate

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    Doesn't sound like it to me... :supergrin:


    +1. 1911s, rimefires, etc. come to my mind.
     
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    I would recomend the 17L to anyone. Its a really fun gun to shoot at the range, the long sight radius makes it easy to shoot accurately with, it's light weight compared to other guns that size but the amount of mass it has forward of the trigger makes it very light recoiling and easy to keep on target.

    And you can always get 10" or 16" barrels for some of your Glocks:

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    http://mdwguns.com/Welcome_to_MDW_Guns.html
     
  17. I_Hate_George_Lucas

    I_Hate_George_Lucas

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    FAIL!

    Your mission in life is to get every GLOCK and every variation ever made of them. OD green Frames, Gen 1, Gen 2, Gen 3, Gen 4, RTF with and without fish gills, Every caliber chambered in it, and every special issue version.

    :tongueout::supergrin:

    I know that my misson when it comes to GLOCK.
     
  18. jw38

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    Turn your fustration, anxiety and depression toward the purchase of lots of ammo for the collection you now have. A gun without ammo is only as good as a hand fitting rock.
     
  19. Law1911

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    I'm in a similar boat as you... I have a 26,19,17,34, and 30. The only other Glock I'd like to own one day is a 21, but not anytime soon.
     
  20. ghr1142

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    I would try a G33 ! I love mine ,but the ammo is a little pricey.