A dude in the area took a 9MM the other day. Don't know if he volunteered to stand in front of it or not. Can't ask him either as the good guy had great shot placement. :whistling:G19 because it is dead sexy. Plus with 9mm you can actually afford to practice, and I dont see anyone volunteering to stand in front of a 9MM
If I was starting over. I would get the G 23. Then I would get a conversion barrel, to shoot 9MM or 357sig. I have a G 19 and love it, but got the G23 for23 plus a 9mm conversion barrel
Twice the calibers, same great taste.
can you onlyl convert g23 to 9mm but not g19 to g23?
You can only go from .40 to 9MM using a conversion barrel. You can't convert a G19 to shoot .40 cal. Thats why I dont understand why people say is cheaper going with the 9MM. That statement might be truth, but is a quick fix for a G23. Just get the conversion barrel or barrels, and you can shoot 9mm, .40, 357 sig, hell you can even get a AA kit and shoot .22LR. Thats 4 calibers with one gun. Talk about versatility, try doing that with a G19. G19 is a great gun, but you are getting more for your money with a G23.
buying new or used? it's usually easier to get deals on used g23's than on used g19's. perhaps something to think about anywayOk for a first time glock owner. What do you suggest as far as a home defense/ carry gun. Keep in mind I've shot revovlers and recoil doesn't bother me. I plan on buying within a week.