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Want to buy a glock

Discussion in 'Smart Shopper' started by scrub, May 22, 2003.

  1. scrub

    scrub

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    Hi
    Im new to this forum. I was wondering wat kinda of glock i should buy. I want a small one, but doesnt kick as bad. ( I am a small person). And wat other stuff could i put in the glock. I want to go pro but make aim alot better.
     
  2. Keith5579

    Keith5579 STONEHOUSE

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    I would recommend a Glock model 19 9mm. Its not too big and its not too small.
     

  3. hermosabeach

    hermosabeach Coffee Drinker

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    Many ranges have rental guns. Go and talk with the manager and see about trying out different pistols in different calibers.

    Everything in life is a series of tradeoffs....

    More power = More recoil & Muzzle blast & More stopping power

    Double stack Mags = more ammo & thicker - harder to hold & prints (shows) easier if concealed

    the list can go on forever.....

    If the pistol is to be used for a "purpose", then define the purpose and buy the correct tool... Target, bull's-eye, IDPA, Recreational Shooting, CCW, Home defense, Hunting Pigs, Hunting Deer...Etc.....

    Just an opinion and worth everything that you paid for it




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  4. striderglock

    striderglock HVACR

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    ask in the general glocking forum, you'll get many more responses.