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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Police305, Dec 10, 2012.
Gen 3 19 but darn my Gen 3 21 is a close second,
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I would pick a G-17 since it was the first.
g23 with 9mm conversion barrel
For me a gen 3 G21 I guess. Lots of conversion options in addition to being .45 acp out the box.
Not caring about conversion options, I'd go for a plain jane G17 for a variety of reasons.
Glock 23 as I have one. (Gen 3)
Gen 4 g22
I'd say my Gen2 G19. It's size-efficient for the amount of ammo it carries, and it is controllable even when that ammo is +P+. G26 is a close second for much the same reason.
I'm also a fan of the .45GAP G37 - great hand fit and .45 caliber in one package. I wouldn't want to go to a shorter barrel in .45 (either GAP or ACP) due to the attendant loss in velocity and energy.
G19! Gen2! Great together!
Gen 3 G19.
I only have 1 Glock and it's a G23c.
Gen 4 G19 in FDE.
Gen4 G26. The best of the best.
G17 Gen 3
ooooof cant choose either Gen1 G17 or G30sf...
My newest, my g30 sf. Since CA limits my rounds, 10 of 45 ACP will have to do.
only 1 Glock what a nightmare that woud be!
But, if I could only have 1 it would be Gen2 G23
Gen 3, 19
IDPA, concealed carry, and cheap target practice.