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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by DLL9mm, Mar 2, 2017.
Anyone have one? Any issues? LGS has one and I'm interested. Seems to be a hard to find gun.
Yes I have one but have not shot it yet to know, and yes are now really hard to find. The Gen4 22C was out for a short time and is another hard one to find. If your interested in it then don't let it get away as long as the price is right.
Are these new Gen 4 C models a limited run or are they here to stay? They seemed to have disappeared from most distributors sights.
From what I understand, they were produced for some European contract that were either cancelled or they were over runs. Either way they are a very limited run.
Got it. Pics to follow.
I have a third gen. I've stopped gun ranges from operating it's so loud lol
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This gun is sweet. 100 rounds so far. No issues. Loud. Very accurate And fun to shoot.
I have, both a 3rd Gen G23C and G32C You will learn to love it!
By the way, if you think the G23C is loud, try popping off a few rounds indoors with a G32C!
Here is mine
When did they start doing white filler/lettering? Pretty cool.
I wish they would start color filling... I did it and do it to all my Glocks and Glock mags for easy identification.
Very cool. Reminds me of tires but I flip the lettering to the inside. lol
Pretty smart thinking. Especially with the same compact/variations but in different calibers.
How'd you do it, may I ask?
First wipe down the slide with Non- Acetone nail polish remover to remove any oil or grease, let dry, then apply nail polish (color of your choice) let dry, then use the same remover mentioned above and paper towel to remove the excess. If more information is needed, there are videos on YouTube.
I probably should run some more rounds through it today.
14rds Federal HST 165 gr.
Nice!!! I have to shoot mine this weekend..
I always thought the compensated models were neat. I have a 17C. Recoil is next to nothing.
I agree but for some reason the Gen4 19C shoots softer than the Gen4 17C.