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My first glock purchase!

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by MrTransport, Jun 9, 2012.

  1. oldguynewglock

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    I have the G19 Gen4. Great choice. King Tuck, De Santeis are good. Nice thing your G26 and G17 will fit when you get them! :cool:
     
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    Congrats and enjoy, thats a nice gun for a first!:supergrin:
     

  3. MrTransport

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    I'm thinking my next purchase will be a 23 or a .45 1911 of some sort.
     
  4. arayme

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    I have a G19 and a horse hide Crossbreed Supertuck since I live in a state of constant sweat (Florida). I really like the Supertuck. Make sure you have a quality belt to support your Glock and your Supertuck.

    Enjoy your G19!

    :wavey:

    arayme
     
  5. ZO6Vettever

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    Mr Transport, I carried a Sigma over 4 years and my wife carried one for about 2 years. She decided she wanted something smaller. The G26 sounded perfect and I had been wanting a G30 for a couple years so when we got her G26 a G30 jumped in my hand and wouldn't let go. I spent many hours on the Sigma triggers. Kept the springs stock but polished the hell out of the sear block and everything else that was touching anything else. The triggers were perfectly smooth and broke at 8-8 1/2 lbs. Out of the box the Glocks blow them out of the water. You'll love the G19!
     
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    :welcome: and congrats on the G19.
     
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    My rig is a G19 with a Crossbreed Supertuck and a Wilderness 1.75" belt. Great rig setup for me. If I don't need to conceal as much I switch out holsters to a Galco Avenger.

    Do you want IWB? OWB? Leather, Kydex, or hybrid?

    Read Massad Ayoob's Guide to Concealed Carry. It will help you out immensely. Answers to all questions you have now and ones you should have asked but haven't yet.


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  8. MrTransport

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    Oh ya I rented a G19 at the range before I bought it and the triggers between the two are night and day. I loved the one I rented but haven't had a chance to shoot my personal G19 I'm sure the smile on my face after shooting the rental will remain on my face :cool:
     
  9. MrTransport

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    Whoops didnt see the next page lol. Holster wise I actually just picked up a Galco kingtuk and I love it. Can't conceal it yet cause I haven't gone to get my ccw yet. Got a class scheduled for June 30th though ;)
     
  10. zachm

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    congrats and welcome.