Testing the 9mm's

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by blktie8, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. blktie8

    blktie8 NRA Always

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    Went to the LGS and tried the many different G series 9mm's
    I like the G34
    I like the grip feel
    I'm wondering if its worth the extra money
    Is it more accurate
    I have shot some 1911 competition and want to try some glock competition.

    The g34 just feels better than the rest of the 9mm's (17,19,26) including the Gen 4.(my .02)
    Whats everybody using for the local meets.

    Maybe its the .40 or 45 acp .
    So far it is just the grip feel

    John Sr.
     
  2. oISHUTupNrocKIo

    oISHUTupNrocKIo Glock Lover

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    I love the Glock 34, never shot it but held it. I don't know what to get first, the 19 or 34. But one things for sure, I'm getting a 3rd Gen Glock 34 before the summer.
     

  3. MrVvrroomm

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    Yes, it's a good value
     
  4. Dolomite

    Dolomite Glock Bhagwan

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    I believe it is.

    I used to have a 34 and a 17 - now I have two 34s.

    Look at it this way - the gun is the same length as a full-size 5" 1911 - but has a barrel that is 5.3".

    G34 weight loaded w/ 18 rounds of 9: ~36 oz.

    Steel 1911 loaded with 9 rounds of .45: ~46 oz.
     
  5. blktie8

    blktie8 NRA Always

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    Thanks to all who replied
    I have made up my mind
    I like the feel of both the 34 and 1911
    I shoot good for an old guy
    Like to hone the skills in a Glock match
    Thanks again
    John Sr.