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Glocks for me.

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by kobel1up, Feb 6, 2010.

  1. kobel1up

    kobel1up

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    I made a huge mistake when I sold my glock 23. :faint:Then I made a bigger mistake by buying a sig 2022.:faint: I shot the sig didn't like it at all. Sold the sig at a gunshow and went to Franklin gun shop to buy another G23. I saw the ODGreen G23, fell in love with it and will be picking it up Monday. I do believe that there is a gun out there for every person, mine is a Glock. For the money you can't beat it, they shoot any type of ammo, need little cleaning, just the barrel. I can hardly wait to get it.:cool: If you live in sw. Ohio you wont find better prices on a Glock then the Franklin gun shop. All glock models 469. Every gun he sells is 20 dollars over wholesale.
     
  2. das9mm26

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    Just picked up a Gen 1 23...LE Issue (Blue Label....3 mags)....
    Some minor EXTERNAL holster wear (to be expected....) and a VERY minor "chip" on the right-side grip (Talons will cover it!!)...the 2 extra mags don't look like either has been loaded before; followers look like NEW, as does the loader....even had the bore brush and rod - THEY look new, too!!
    $395, with 2 boxes of JHP - Speer 180gr GD and Federal 180gr HST...and a MTM "chest-type" Dry Box!!
    Next 'stop".....the G27!! (probably AFTER "1040 time".....:whistling:)
     

  3. kobel1up

    kobel1up

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    Sounds cool, never shot a gen 1 Glock before. They should all be the same though. The G27 is a great gun for carry you will like it.
     
  4. up1911fan

    up1911fan

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    I like the SP2022, but the compact glock's are probably one of the best carry guns of all time.
     
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    I agree, I love Glocks too...
     
  6. Jackalo626

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    I like my Sig 2340 but to each his own. I got a G27 today and will carry it in the summer when on my bike in the jacket.
     
  7. HogGlocker

    HogGlocker Owner Since 88'

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    Congrats on that 23......it is probably my favorite Glock as well.

    I got into Glock in 1988.....

    Over the last 22 years my desire to collect caused me to buy lots of different pistols...

    Kimber
    S&W
    Walther
    Springfield Armory
    Para Ordnance
    H&K
    Ruger
    Beretta

    All very nice in their own right.......but.........

    What I had learned about my Glocks....[that they have always been accurate, reliable, durable and downright "always ready", tainted my views on the other weapons.....

    They mostly became pretty and "nice to have".

    Not a single one of them...for me...ever, defensively speaking, took the place of my Glocks.

    I don't have the others anymore and I am okay with that.
     
  8. Jackalo626

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    I just love my Sig and carrying one in the chamber and decocking it as to be DA with a 10lb trigger so a better feeling about not accidentally discharging. I don't necesarilly prefer one over another as they are both at the top of the food chain in the gun world and will now probably start carrying my Glock more than others as it is smaller and warm weather is approaching.
     
  9. meshmdz

    meshmdz OBAMA 2012

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    truly they are. :supergrin:
     
  10. Tx-G30

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    +1 I love my Sig p229s and I CC that. However, it didn't stop me from getting a new G23 a couple days ago to go with my other Glocks :wavey:
     
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    There are no Gen1 23's.........
     
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    Bowtie NRA MEMBER

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    You need to clean more than just the barrel..
     
  13. das9mm26

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    Correction taken and appreciated......poor wording on my part!!:embarassed:
    It has a "4X3" serial # (ie., ABCD123US)....
    Just haven't gotten to researching the DOB.....
    The slide DOES have the "40 SW" marking, so it's gotta be a few years old...
     
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    SCC just me

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    CAN YOU POST A PIC'S OF YOUR GEN 1
    G23 ?
    :whistling:
     
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    I did almost the same. I traded my G30 for a sig p229 straight up. After about a month I realized I was just a GLOCK MAN. So a couple weeks ago I traded my p229 for a G22 RTF2 and could not be happier. It was like breaking up with the love of your life and realizing your mistake just in time for her to take you back.