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Discussion in 'The Bull Dawgs Club' started by DannyR, Oct 15, 2003.

  1. Sherlock Glock

    Sherlock Glock Lifetime Member

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    Jul 30, 2003
    Dallas, Texas area
    I am failly new at Glock Talk, but if you are still signing up, Then if we can pick numbers, I'd like 1937.
     
  2. Bob

    Bob G23/C,G24/C,G33 Millennium Member

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    Welcome to the forum!



    Look through the list HERE <--------[size=-2](Link)[/size]----- and pick a number that is not used that you might want. Then [size=+1]P[/size]rivate [size=+1]M[/size]essage DannyR with the request.
     


  3. M96er

    M96er

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    Random US Locals
    Yo, DannyR. Check your PM.....I want #96.:)
     
  4. GLOC45GAP

    GLOC45GAP

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    Oct 13, 2004
    after shooting one at the range for half an hour, bought my very own.

    May I be part of the family and can I have this number; 60?:cool:;a
     
  5. Bob

    Bob G23/C,G24/C,G33 Millennium Member

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    Dec 19, 1998
    E. Wa
    JASONZG37 & GLOC45GAP

    Check out my post above yours. That explains how to get a Club Number..... . :cool:
     
  6. GLOC45GAP

    GLOC45GAP

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    Oct 13, 2004
    sorry I missed your specific instructions. I had a fourteen hour work day and was a little off the mark. I'll do this tomorrow. thanks again.:cool:
     
  7. KY-MEDIC

    KY-MEDIC

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    kentucky
    Danny ,check your mail please.Ill take#917 THANKS!!
     
  8. GraveroberA1

    GraveroberA1

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    Apr 14, 2005
    Arizona, USA
    DannyR, check your mail please. I'll take # 959, or any number if that's taken. Thanks!
     
  9. Schrambo

    Schrambo

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    Dec 14, 2004
    9174' in Colorado
    I can't believe I'm the first to ask, but I want # 373839... :cool:
     
  10. BINFORDTOOLS

    BINFORDTOOLS

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    Jul 6, 2005
    NV
    Thanks for the form here.I pick up my 37 a week ago.I have a 26 but needed a little more power.And with small hands the 37 fit nice.I will be going to the range this week to play.Thanks again for the form on the 37.
     
  11. Rene440

    Rene440 Carpe Delirium

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    Dec 5, 2005
    TX
    I am here to sing the praises of the .45GAP.

    I purchased a new 39 a few days ago and I've spent many rounds on the range with it. I find the pistol and cartridge combination to be very much to my liking. I also own a 29 and a 36. I find I'm a more consistent shooter with the 39. I never would have figured that.

    I'd like to join up if openings still exist. If they are, I'd like number 440.
     
  12. Chesuncook

    Chesuncook

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    Jan 11, 2006
    Connecticut
    This must be an old photo used for inital comparison. One of the most notable differences between GAP and ACP is that the GAP uses a small pistol primer instead of the large type used in 45 ACPs. Furthermore the head stamp has the name 45 Glock, which was subsequently changed to 45 GAP so other gun manufacturers wouldn't balk at the idea of putting the glock name on their product. I believe the earliest incarnations of the GAP (like the one in this photo) had the large primers. I've also seen nice comparison photos ( www.45gap.com ) showing a sectional view highlighting the strengthened webbing.
     
  13. Bob

    Bob G23/C,G24/C,G33 Millennium Member

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    E. Wa
    Yes it is. A friend gave me the "GAP" cartridge when they first came into the country so I took the photo and posted it before anyone had seen the G37. DannyR was in on some of the test firing IIRC.
     
  14. Maverick1

    Maverick1

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    Jan 25, 2006
    Rockford, IL. USA
    Ok, What do I need to do to become a member? Sorry if I missed the post!
     
  15. jessebo

    jessebo glockenator

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    IN
    what's a guy gotta do to get one of them numbers. I'll take 1017 if it's available..
     
  16. khan

    khan

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    Asia
    I hope there won;t be any problem for me to ask this questions over here. If I am at wrong place...where should I ask?

    Can you Pls explain what does the 3 letter words, note normally behind the brand of Guns. Liked AGP, ACP, a few more that i forgot.

    Can you please list what they really means? Thank you so very much. ( I am here at Glock Talk to learn from the experts or anyone with experienced ).
    Since I first got into Gun crazy, and into this Glock Talk Forum, I have learned so much more about my hobbies, which is Collecting Guns, Shooting them.

    The problem that I normally faced,... was difficult to get the permit to buy guns over here, since you already own 1 or 2. Plus the Price are way too expensive than in the Usa.

    If I am at the USA now, I might already have at least maybe 15 - 20 handguns. Just for your infos, the New SIG P229 cost appx. $2,500 - $3,000 each.
    The CZ 75B, Glock, or Beretta in 9mm cost about usd$1,600.

    And all accessories related to guns, cost a lot, including Ammos and Holsters.

    Is there any gunsmith who have any interest in doing business wholesales handguns, or other things related to guns? Please let me know how can we work it out.

    Thank you very much.:thumbsup:
     
  17. khan

    khan

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    Jan 16, 2001
    Asia
    Hello.

    Can you pls describe what's the meaning of it, and what are they stands for? ( Ex: Ammos 45 S&W, ACP, Speer GAP, etc.).

    How about Luger - what does it mean?

    Parabellum - what does it mean? There are written on beretta 92fs too. Thank you.

    What are the differences on the ammos, is it their powers (grains), or what is it? Please share your ideas.

    Sometimes you find these3 letters words after the guns name, etc..:)