need pics of glocks

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by eric29oklahoma, Nov 12, 2004.

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    eric29oklahoma

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    i have a G22 and i am in the Process of geting a G23(again) and a G27. i am looking for pictures of G23s with G22 mags in them and G27s with G23 mags in them, as well as G27s with G22 mags in them. Any variation of frame size will work. Regardless of caliber, since the frame sizes are all basically the same. the Purpose for this is to Determine if, or how many mags i need in that size. i have 7 high caps in G22. so if i dont need to get more mags right away, you get the picture. It would be very helpfull, thanks!
     
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    Bob G23/C,G24/C,G33 Millennium Member

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    G33(G27) with a G23mag, G22mag and a G23 with a G22 mag....
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    thanks Bob! thats perfect. just what i was looking for on the pics. pluss it answers another question. i'm not the only one that likes the extended slide stop on Glock. i had one put on it before i ever took it home. and i'm going to have mepro sights put on it as soon as possible.
     
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    Bob G23/C,G24/C,G33 Millennium Member

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    That extended stop is made by AroTek. It's a little longer and more money then factory but I prefer them over others I've used.... :cool:
     
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    the factory extended slide stop seems to work best for me. I am left handed and use my index finger to release the slide, so for me any longer would be just as bad as that thing they call a slide stop that comes with the gun. But that slide stop sure looks good on yours. thank again Bob
     
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    im going to try to put a pictureof my G22 on here, but im not sure how
     
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    Is there a picture hiding in there somewhere that I am not seeing?

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    here is the full pic of my G22
     
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    Bob G23/C,G24/C,G33 Millennium Member

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    I have the factory slide stop on my G37..... :cool:

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    I almost got the G37 instead of the G22 but decided against it, at least till more info was available on the 45GAP. How is it working out for ya Bob?
     
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    Bob G23/C,G24/C,G33 Millennium Member

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    The G37 shoots real easy. I changed the recoil guide rod and spring with a #22 setup. Ammo is easy enought to find here in E.WA/N.Idaho. The only thing I dislike is the fact they used the G21 slide. The proto-types had the G22 slide, but that is a minor thing as the recoil is about like shooting my G24 because of the added weight. I always wanted a 45 but the G21 was just a bit to fat for my short fingers..... :cool:
     
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    I had the G30 for a while. I agree, the grip was a little to fat for me as well. On another note, I must say, I feel an addiction coming on, a very expensive one.