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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by amadera, Jan 5, 2018.

  1. Shadowrider

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    Correct. My point was that to my knowledge the only other revolver they make without the lock is the 642/442 (in the past they made certain runs). AFAIK all other revolvers have it, even the gorgeous case hardened "classic" repros. :pissed:
     
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  2. amadera

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    You sir are correct as well. The absence of the lock is the reason I bought it. Sold off my 638(carried for 7 years). That and Also wanted the option of .357. Wouldn’t carry an airweight stoked with 357.


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  3. zghorner

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    removing the finger grooves from glocks changed my life.

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  4. amadera

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    The ones on the 17 just fit me.
     
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    Finger grooves are the only thing on a Glock that's worse than the trigger.
     
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    Full firing grip of a 17 means I can beat a 19 every time in any aspect besides weight.
    I sold my 19 once I got a good aiwb holster. 34, 19,26, 17 .... makes zero difference
     
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    You get a pass on that one young man
     
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    Lol, fortunately I know how to fix both issues.
     
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    Yep....now it is yours for life because you'll never get anything out of it with it ruined like that...
     
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    for sure man I figure when I want to get rid of them I will list as "for trade for hi-point" and feel lucky if I only have to add $100 on my end.
     
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