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Glock hater thinking of buying a Glock

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Ignored Member, Jan 27, 2019.

  1. emapples

    emapples Sharpshooter

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    Especially grabbing them in the middle of the night....:) @dennishoddy
     
  2. dennishoddy

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    Some of us don't have a schedule to live by anymore! :drunk5:
     
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    One of the glocks MAY be in my future now. I'm not a glock hater and I've owned a few but none ever felt quite right to me. I always thought the G19 was about the perfect tool and almost bought a Gen 5. Still dont like the Glock trigger (or striker guns) but after today I may be able to live with one. I was in Atwoods in Tahlequah and they had both the 43x and 48 in stock. Had to handle them. The grip finally feels perfect to me. I don't need a stubby one but really liked the way the 48 handled. It just cries for a good IWB holster . I'll wait till the black ones come out but one may be in my future. It was heavy on my mind till I went from Atwoods to the range and shot my SA 911 and 9mm 1911. They both purred thru a couple hundred rounds and made me forget the Glock for awhile. But....maybe!
     
  4. Fyrtwuck

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    My Talon grips for the X came in today. Vickers Tactical says they have an extended slide stop in the works. I’m also looking at a Ghost connector and I’m thinking about getting a set of Ameri-Glo sights like yours.
     
  5. druryj

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    I’m gonna give the stock grips a chance first, then Talons are a real possibility. I’m thinking fiber optic front sight for my little X. Red or green? Prob go red.


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    My preference would br green. I find it easier to see it in the daylight.
     
  7. druryj

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    I have or have had both. Doesn’t really make a difference, as long as it’s about as big around as a quarter, I should be able to see it.


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  8. RustedBeef

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    Used to have a 27 but it bit me too much. Them .40 sw boolits are no joke.

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    Ameriglo protector sights for the win.

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  10. Mad Professor

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    Excellent choice. I’m running Protectors on several of my carry guns.
     

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