If I may suggest...

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by dgo7, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. dgo7

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    I am a newbie here. In fact, I just made my first post yesterday. Since we all know that Glock.com does not show their complete line-up, I would like to ask if its possible to make a sticky topic here showing the complete line-up of every Glock variants produced. Is this possible? I'm sure all of us can benefit from this. Thank you.
     
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    Thank you for the link. I browsed through it already. Problem is, it shows exactly the same models as Glock.com. It did not show the Gen1, Gen2, Gen3, RTF2, RTF3, ambi mag release variants etc. This is what I want to learn about Glocks.

    I will find a copy of the 2010 Glock Annual. Thanks.
     
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    Free Radical Miembro Antiguo CLM

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    Google is your friend.
     
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    so no one here can help him...
     
  6. dgo7

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    Google is my friend alright but how do I search when I don't even know what to search? Before stumbling to this forum, the only Glocks I know were the ones in Glock's website. I thought it was their complete line-up. I did not know about Gen1, Gen2, Gen3, etc. I only knew about them here. Then I came to know a little about RTF1, RTF2 and RTF3. I came up with this suggestion with the hope of helping upcoming newbies the info about different Glock models since I figured not everybody was born experts in Glocks.
     
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    Leathernecker More Glocks!

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    A good thing is to search and read this site. It is a GREAT wealth of knowledge and the members are great. But read, there is a lot of info on here. But not just this forum, look at the other forums as well.

    And welcome!:wavey:
     
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    Search and read, best way to learn about Glock's beginnings up to today's offerings. Not unlike a car dealership, where you can go in and see the new line-up and current new model year, you will need a little history look up to view the Gen 1, Gen 2, etc.
     
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    It appears to be pretty clear. BUTCH is the only one that could pull this request off for the OP.
     
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