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Finally Glock has produced a conceal carry gun.

I was on a wish list for 2 months with Davidson's.
This gun so far has met every expectation I had.
Just as accurate as my 17,thin, and it's a pleasure to carry a Glock
that is comfortable to carry concealed for change.
And it's a 9mm.
What's not to like?..

Demographics have changed
In the 80's and 90's it was all about
capacity.
Now that we are older and probably shoot better,
and we want something that is comfortable but
lethal if necessary.
Let's face it, up until recently Glock was not a good option
for CC, but a great range and open carry gun.

We already have enough weight on our shoulders.
We don't need anything else to weigh us down.
Getting old is not for wimps.

God bless.

Ken K
Dillon Arms
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Yes Ken, Getting Old is Not Fun.
While a LEO, I carried a 1911 on duty, and off.
Later on after I retired, I carried a Glock 23, CCW
I recently I picked up a Rugger LC9s.
Now I am going to look at the new Glock.
The little Rugger rides, and shoots just fine, But it's not a Glock.
After waiting this long for one, I just have to get it.
 

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Yes Ken, Getting Old is Not Fun.
While a LEO, I carried a 1911 on duty, and off.
Later on after I retired, I carried a Glock 23, CCW
I recently I picked up a Rugger LC9s.
Now I am going to look at the new Glock.
The little Rugger rides, and shoots just fine, But it's not a Glock.
After waiting this long for one, I just have to get it.

I sold a LC9 to fund my 43.
No regrets.
Love it!
 

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Glock has had the perfect carry gun for decades the 19 if you're so inclined for 9mm, 23 and 32 are the best guns Glock makes. Pleny of power, capacity and small enough to hide. I'll never understand folks, times are getting more and more nuts, and all they worry about for a carry gun is how small it is. To each his own...
 

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Personal opinions relate to personal needs relative to size and ability. Late bloomers and realizers have found their fit due to size, I found mine years ago. Sorry you had to wait so long.
 

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Local indoor range has a G43 and an XDs for rental. Been thinking about trying them out side by side. I really like the XDs 4.0 that my son-in-law has.
 

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AZ yes something is wrong with me, Since I retired, and Quit Smoking at the same time, I have gained 20lbs. I only have 4 pair of pants that I can ware.
I don't want to go buy more, cause I plan to loose back to where I was.
No way to carry IWB,
I have several holsters for my 19, & 23, for the 30s one that fits right. The little Rugger LX9s has a spring clip that holds it inside the belt.
Most of my shirts that were loose enough to cover the 19/23, are not as loose as they were. May have to check out Goodwill, and thrift shops for some bigger clothes.
 

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If you like it let me know, I have a spare new one that I got on a trade that fits a G19/23/32. I planned on giving it to my daughter, but she prefers a Milt Sparks IWB. PM me if interested after you do your research.
 
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