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Rank your Glocks

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Fighting Irish, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. Fighting Irish

    Fighting Irish

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    Rank your top 3 Glocks as your personal favorites. Give brief description of why.

    1. Gen 4 21 w/ trijicons: Soft shooter, accurate, eats everything I feed it, fits perfectly in my hand, .45 cal, and it's just plain bad *****

    2. Gen 3 19: Great for concealing, also eats everything and an awesome all around gun

    3. Gen 4 17: Love the full size feel in my big-ish hands, accurate and good w/ follow up shots, did have issues however w/ original RSA and ejector (runs great now)
     
  2. barth

    barth six barrels

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    In any order -
    G27 with Storm Lake 40-9mm Conversion Barrel
    G27 with Storm Lake 357 Extended Ported Isonite QPQ Finish Barrel
    G27 with Storm Lake G23 40 Barrel

    They Rock!
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  3. PlasticGuy

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    1) Glock 19 - Perfect blend of medium size, medium power, and plenty of capacity
    2) Glock 17 - Almost as good
    3) There are other Glocks? Why?
     
  4. Melissa5

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    1. Gen 2 G17 with Travis Haley Skimmer trigger kit, Wolf competition spring pack and TruGlo TFO's - 17 rounds, no finger grooves and great trigger.

    2. Gen 4 G37 with "-" connector and TruGlo TFO's - 10 rounds of .45 goodness in a G17 sized frame.

    3. Gen 3 OD G36 with Ghost Rocket 3.5, Wolf competition spring pack, and TruGlo TFO's - thin for the win, OD, 6+1 rounds of .45, super for carry.
     
  5. purrrfect 10

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    G 20 10mm:perfect10: The best there is...................................
     
  6. Beanie-Bean

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    1. G21 Gen4: Best overall Glock in the stable. Bone stock.
    2. G34 Gen4: Easiest to shoot of all the Glocks, hands-down. Bone stock.
    3. G33 Gen3: Most accurate for me to shoot of all the subcompacts. XS Big Dot night sights are the only modification.
     
  7. Gaucho

    Gaucho Jungian

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    That's like ranking your kids!!!!! Can't do it. They each have their individual qualities and I love them all.
     
  8. tuf8seconds

    tuf8seconds TEXAS COWBOY

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    I don't have any Glocks.....but if I did, my three favorite would be the G31, G32 & G33...Then I would have what the (you know who's), shoot!!!!!
     
  9. michael e

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    I totally agree,I have a 19,17 and a 34, I could not pick a favorite.
     
  11. Triple7

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    Gen 2 17 (More rounds than I can count.
    Gen 3 19
    Gen 4 17 with laser (I don't like the finger grooves)
     
  12. dudel

    dudel

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    G38
    g26
    g37
    g17
     
  13. bac1023

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    I only own two, so my order would be G19 first and G33 second.

    The G19 is my favorite of all the Glocks. I've owned several models in the past.
     
  14. wetworks44

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    Gen 3 g17
    gen 3 g17 rtf2
    gen 3 g34
    gen 3 g26
    gen 3 g19
     
  15. Practical Use

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    What he said !:cool:
     
  17. infidel66687

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    G26 gen 3, g19 gen 2, g22 gen 2.
     
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  18. DWS22

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    .....(1) G20,,,why? because it's a 10mm and perfect!!(besides I wanted it)
    .....(2) G22,,,why? availability,capacity,power,size,function,carry,all around great gun for myself..
    .....(3) G ?? << my future Glock,,,( not yet committed )
     
  19. DWARREN123

    DWARREN123 Grumpy Old Guy Silver Member

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    Hard to say, one day it's the G22RTF and the next day it's the G20SF. :supergrin:
     
  20. toaddad

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    Gen 3 Mdl 26-compact, accurate,11 round capacity. Great carry gun. (own 3 of em)
    Gen 3 Mdl 36-sllim, powerful, accurate. Shares my EDC duties
    Gen 3 Mdl 19-Geat do everythilng gun. Snall enough to carry yedt has capacity for range, plinking or home defense. (own 2 of em)
    Gen 3 Mdl 30/30SF-powerful and accurate. Can't go wrong with 11 rounds of .45 ACP (Have one of each)
    All are dead reliable-I've never had a malfunction with any of them. As good as it gets.