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Discussion in 'The Bull Dawgs Club' started by mesteve2, Oct 28, 2010.
Glock 17 or 34? :embarassed:
That is what he G34 is for.
Just out of curiosity, why are you posting this question in a forum dedicated to the .45 GAP?
And with that in mind, get a Gen4 G37.
I actually plan on using my G37 for some Limited-10 shooting this next season.
For Production division i shoot my G17.
Depends on which hardware-division of USPSA or IDPA shooting you choose, assuming you wish to participate in those organizations. USPSA has a list of pistols usable in Production class; IDPA has descriptions of pistols usable in Stock Service Pistol and Enhanced Service Pistol.
Find the sites; check the rules.
I want a Gen4 Glock 34/35 in .45GAP.