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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by huntersdog, Nov 17, 2019.
43 in a sticky holster and a 17 in a backpack
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20 and 23
G26.4 and G17 RTF2
G23 on days that end in Y.
G23 in the months that start with a capitol letter.
G23 in summer.
G23 in winter.
With a suit, jeans, gym shorts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,well, you should have caught on by now.
G30sf and G19 Gen5
Usually my Gen5 G19
G43 when going light
(Gen3 G29 in the woods)
G27.3 and a G43.
Although as much as I like my 19X, soon as I get a couple hundred more rounds through my G48 it is gonna take the place of it.
43 and 30s
Glock 22, and Glock 23, both Gen4, in pretty much that order.
Glock 45 9mm all the days of the year.
Glock 45 = The King of Glock.
Glock 43 (on me) and 27 (in my truck).
and once every other blue moon my G30S*.
*(Historically speaking. After years of faithful service, the G30S started choking on defensive loads. After changing mag springs, changing the RSA, and sending it to Glock to have every possible part replaced, it's improved but not 100%, so it has been shelved and replaced by an M&P40 2.0 Compact as my house and occasional carry gun.)
As others have said, because I am at work more than not, a G45, or G19.5FS.
Rest of the time, a 43X or 43.
The two G19s. If by model, then the second carried is the G26, which I'll carry maybe 6 times a year.
Glock 23 and 27.
Love competing with the 9’s, but carry the 40’s.
Glock 43 and 26