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Discussion in 'Valuable Info' started by Eddie C., Mar 13, 2006.
Try a G23.That will be all it takes.'08.
Wow, a lot changes in a couple years. I looked at my answer, and wouldn't even be close to my top pick today.
G34, for me, some day i will pick up a G20.
Has a G20,Prefers my G23.'08.
G19/23. Compact size = Perfect for CCW & Daily Carry.
WOW! I know what you mean. I voted probably 1-2 months ago. I recently purchased a NIB Glock 17 almost three weeks ago. The weird thing is that every time I shoot the 17, I enjoy it even more and everytime I handle the 17, it maybe my G26 feel better in my hand. Hmm. Now I can't say exactly what my one favorite Glock is. But I can narrow it to three! The G19 is not far behind, I must admit.
Combat : G21
Glock 23, though I have a soft spot for the 17.
I love all my GLOCKS but my favorite is my second generation 19.
21SF except no substitutions.
G20 cuz its the one I own..
32 is my fave, followed by the 21.
23. The .40 is a great round without sacraficing capacity. Easy to conceal as well.
I looked and read and looked and read and just got my FIRST Glock.....My New G26 is a beauty. I think I'm gonna cry!!!
G 19, It's the only one I own for now
My favorite is the G21SF, steel fixed sights, Glock rail, non-ambi mag release..It's the Calif model 21SF and to get non ambi, with Glock rail, I have to have my dealer order it.. I don't live in the Peoples Republic of Kalifornia.This one had the optional steel fixed sights on it. I love 'em
It's interesting to note that just three Glock models account for almost 43% of the votes in the poll: The G19 (the most popular, BTW) G17, and G26.
ALL of them are 9mm.
Seems like a LOT of people think the humble 9mm is more than 'adequate'.
And I have a G19. A 2nd gen. G19 that is relatively new to me, and looked to have had little use before I got it.
I'm very happy with it. I feed it reloads using my many times fired brass, from every manufacturer of brass cases on the planet. I have yet to have a FTF or a FTE.
I don't think many, or maybe I should say ANY 1911, that isn't 'loose' like a mil spec WWII type model, could do that. And deliver the accuracy, and the nice trigger that a 25 cent trigger job, plus a $20 3.5 lb connector can deliver.
That's my choice
That is a very helpful post. Thanks for your help.
Voted 21 but wanted to add 'SF' to it