Glocks you want?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Tomcat1977, Sep 16, 2019.

  1. Tomcat1977

    Tomcat1977

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    I have a continued interest in the G29 and have recently shot a G42 and like it. Its far more shootable then these .380 mini's.
     
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    30,30s,31 and 40 for a start are all on my wishlist
     

  3. Uncle Don

    Uncle Don Wood butcher

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    Believe it or not, none. Not many, but those choices were what I wanted in the beginning and still have them.
     
  4. FullClip

    FullClip NRA Benefactor CLM

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    Got 2 19s, a 17, a 20 and a 21. I'm good.
     
  5. pblanc

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    I have one Glock, a modified Gen 4 Glock 19. The only other model I might be interested in would be a Glock 20.

    I tried a Glock 43 and I thought it shot pretty well, but I would pick the SIG P365 with a manual safety over the Glock 43.
     
  6. WayneJessie

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    Just the one that they don’t make.
     
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  8. Justamessenger

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    MOS, would prefer a 21 (not yet made), so a 19, probably.
     
  9. GunCollector509

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    A G26 Gen 5 MOS. I'll also take a G43 MOS but not sure how practical that would be.
     
  10. Rocky7

    Rocky7 Proud NRA Life Patron Member, Life GSSF member

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    Probably 30s with the true Frying Pan Finish......Dark blue and very slippery....xxx (2).
     
  11. Mike-M

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    Obviously! The G42 is significantly LARGER than those mini-380ACP competitors.

    However, the Ruger LCP II (not the horrible LCP) has a better trigger pull than other recent 380ACP pistols, including the G42. It has a 5.5-lbf short-pull SAO trigger. That makes it very "shootable" in spite of being smaller...the only excuse for ever using a 380ACP pistol for serious purposes.

    WRT the Glock I want: OEM Gen5 (improved with Locking Block Pin and NO ambidextrous Slide Stop Lever) 357SIG 6.0-inch barrel model. It will never be.
     
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  12. seang23or32

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    43x and 19 Gen 5 with FS. Not sure if I want to try optics on a pistol yet so no interest in the MOS versions at this point.
     
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    One of my clients has a couple of Glock 19s that he sent down to Robar to have grip reductions done to them. Very nice. I informed him that if he ever decides to get rid of them, let me have first dibs.

    Robar has closed its shop now, but others do grip reductions too. I just happen to like the Robar ones that I have handled and shot in the past. I know that Cold Bore Customs and Bowie Tactical also offer grip reductions.

    This would be the Glock that I would want, a Glock 19 (actually two of them) with a grip reduction; but for now, my Gen 4 Front Serration 19s and Glock 26 with a grip reduction are the Glocks that I need/want. For now...;)
     
  14. IAhunter

    IAhunter Venor ergo sum

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    With the six I have I should be good, but......I have determined that I “need” a G23.
     
  15. R13

    R13 Cracking the skye for a decade

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    G45 MOS & G40 MOS.
     
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    I would like a 41 and have it milled for Holosun 507c.
     
  17. Vic Rattlehead

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    A gen5 19 MOS- So I can have mix-n-match RDS slide & grip length options with my 19x...
    ..and a model 20- So I can get into 10mm a bit.
     
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    43X, maybe 48. I held the 43X and it feels great to me. Having enough grip makes it feel very shootable. A buddy has one, I'll try to shoot it when he comes back from vacation so I can make my decision. The 48 is under consideration too.
     
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    Want a 35, Gen 3 BNIB. Stalking one now.
    I almost gave in to the 19X blue label but decided to go with a 22RTF and hopefully a 35 instead.
     
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    None that I can think of that I do not already have.

    Now, I do not think I would want to feed one of these long term, but I would love to spend an afternoon at a range with an 18 and a good supply of ammo.