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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by john31125, Sep 24, 2012.
29sf 30sf (got those) 33 should be good to go.
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G 26, G 19 and G 21 Gen4.
the 3 different types i own are
19-5 of them with various sights and barrels (even a threaded barrel so i wont make any noise shooting those pesky zombies with my can)
the mags are interchangable from larger to smaller. 17 will work in 19/26, 19 in the 26 and the 33 rounders will work in all 3...now if i can just find me a keltec sub 2000 that will take those mags i would be all set
20, 35, 23
G17 RTF2 Vanek Classic Trigger for competition.
1. My Gen3 17
2. A Gen2 19
3. A Gen2 17
IMO Glocks are best in 9mm, and I love the look of the Gen 2 guns!
I would like to bid on the Glocks your interested in selling .
Anyway , my choice for three to own would be!
G-26 G-27 G-30 or maybe a G-33
Gen 1 Glock 17, Gen 2 Glock 19, Gen 3 Glock 36 probably because that's the three I do own.
17 rtf2, 22 rtf2 and a 21 rtf2 sf
Glock 20 - for the woods
Glock 23 - for the house
Glock 26 - for carry
9mm is my agency-mandated caliber. The G26 is issued, and my lightly-customized G19 has (now) become my overall favorite Glock. The G37 would be MY choice of an ideal service sidearm (the 9mm-sized frame gives me optimal control of the .45 round, and I can't help but appreciate a gun purpose-built around a new caliber).
The G17 gets a most-honorable mention. It's hard to limit my selections to three!! I'm also anxious to try a Gen4 G37.
19, 34, and the 21.
26, 38, 20
my choice already have:g26, g17 and g34 17 &34 grip frame cut tog19 size all hold 15 rounds mag.
23, 27 and 26
with allessi inside waist babd holsters
G19, spare G19, and G32
this add a g21sf too