Gen 4 23

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  1. NU2GLOCK22

    NU2GLOCK22

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    Ok I’m very intrigued with the 23 I’m looking to get another 40cal seriously looking at the 23 and 2.0 40c. I’ve shot both several times. Just can’t make up my mind. I know buy both but I can only afford one. Decisions decisions decisions. Feed back very welcome.
     
  2. 69HDChop

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    I have several Glock 23’s including two Gen 4’s...
    Very nicely balanced, lots of firepower..13+ 1..rounds...in my opinion...one of glocks finest..
     

  3. apmcdaniel

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    Agreed. Have had several .40 cal Glocks, including the 23; great guns.


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  4. VIS07

    VIS07 Never, never, never give up.

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    I actually did opt for the 23. It's my truck gun now. Just put night sights on 20191030_213515.jpg her.
     
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    Since you already have another Glock in .40 I'd go with another Glock because of magazine comparability. If it was your 1st .40 and you were looking at a 23 sized .40, I'd go with the M&P 2.0 compact. Having owned 4 G23's, I think the 2.0 is softer shooting.
     
  6. NU2GLOCK22

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    I no longer have the Glock 22 I traded it for my current pistol a Gen 1 M&P FS 9mm. A friend told the 9mm is as good if not better than the 40 anymore with the better technology of the 9mm round. But I just really like the .40 always have. Also he said follow up shoots are much easier with the 9 vs the .40
     
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    If you intend to use a WML, go with the S&W. Since it is a .40, I’d go with S&W anyway.
     
  8. Valmet

    Valmet M62/76 Silver Member

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    Lots of deals to be had on used/exc condition Glock 23s. I’d snag one before a S&W M&P in a heartbeat.
     
  9. NU2GLOCK22

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    Ok I’ll bit what’s WML stand for. I’ll probably wish I didn’t ask. LOL
     
  10. Pepiot

    Pepiot Yippee ki-yay...

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    Weapon mounted light.

    Go Beavs.
     
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  11. NU2GLOCK22

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    Ok got it. Hey the beavs have looked really good this year.
     
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    I've been carrying a G23 for 20 years-patrol, SWAT, off-duty. Never felt under gunned. I never shot the Smith, it may be a good gun. Very confident with my 23. Make your choice and train a lot.
     
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    Like it straight and to the point. Thank you for your 20 years of service.