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    Re: Glock-a-holics

    Quote Originally Posted by blackice
    They all came out of the darkness and entered HK-Land

    Just like your buddy Jack!
    Yes, I am in HK land myself too. But I do have the one G34 - Only Glock I like anymore, because of the stock lighter trigger. Have had many in the past, but no longer do. And, do not plan to buy any others.

    I may buy one of those Crimson Trace lasers that attach to the back of the gun 1 day, though. My G34 is my night stand gun w/ a Glocklight on it. I gotta trick it out with 1 more thing :-D :-D :-D

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    After years of carrying and shooting 1911s, I finally went to the Dark Side. I carry a Glock 26 the vast majority of the time, occasionally a 17 when I can pry it away from the wife, and 5% of the time a little Kel-Tec pocket gun (for those times when I "can't carry a gun"). I'm very happy with both Glocks. Neither has ever malfunctioned, despite thousands of rounds fired in dusty Arizona and a trip to dusty Front Sight in Nevada. The 1911 sits in the gun safe, brought out only for kicks and reminiscing.

    I have the excellent Crimson Trace G-series Lasergrips on both Glocks and am very happy with them. In fact, some new Galco ads will have my Lasergripped 26 in them.

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    I have slowly gotten interested in that new Glock laser of theirs, and I hope to eventually get one for my Glock 34.

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    I have A Glock 22 that I like, preferred it over my XD40. Will get a 357 barrel for it. But, for the money, I prefer my Ruger P90, P95, and P345.

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    GLOCK 21 = I love it !!!!!!!!!!

    The old GLOCK 21 is nothing to look at, but you would't want to be looking at it anyway !!!!!!!!!!!! lasma:

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    Kingman,
    You NEED to get a G20! The G21 is great, but 10mm is da' bomb!

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    Got my 357 Sig barrel for my 22, think I like it better than the 40 cal....

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    Shipwreck and other interested folks,
    I think I saw the Glock light on sale for about $65 in a Jerry's Sport Center catalog. That's about the cheapest I've seen any of those lights.

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    Damn, that's a great price. I already have 1 and do not need another - but that is great. I paid $95 for mine.

    I personally like the Glocklight better than the similiarly priced M3.

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    Yeah, I paid more for mine too but it's still one of my best accessory buys.

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    If I was a cop, I might buy a super expensive one - but for the avg person (especially for home defense use), I think that is a good light.

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    Real men only need a bic lighter
    Last edited by scooter; 07-04-2006 at 03:43 PM.

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    GLOCK 21

    A vote for the GLOCK 21 here - I love mine !!!!!!!!!!! :-D



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    I probably would never get one because I only like the lightened G34 trigger, but I shot a friend's fullsize Glock .45ACP - it had less recoil than I imagined. Not a bad gun.

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    I'm becoming one. Now looking at a 23.

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    Glockaholic

    I'll stick with my G20


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    Yay Glocks!!

    Your plastic pal that's fun to be with. I think it's a superb weapon design. Cheap, reliable, light, etc. What more could one want?

    As for kb's, I've suffered one in a Beretta 92. It actually blew out the grips and jammed the gun, but the gun was fully functional after I put it back together. It was bad ammo, I know for a fact. I don't know if the Glock could have been repaired like that.

    At any rate, I think the above post that mentioned more kb's in Glock was probably due to the popularity of the gun: more of them out there to actually blow up.

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    Glock fan here!!! And loving it. Planning to get a G27 for CCW later in 2007. But for now, loving the G35 baby!

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    I've got a Glock 23, and a Glock 30. Can't beat 'em for the price. I always go looking for a Sig and wind up buying Glock because they are $200 cheaper and hold more rounds. Workhorse guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter View Post
    Real men only need a bic lighter
    Ya, well, I tried that and it kept melting my gun and the hose clamp kept the slide from slidding.

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    I had a Glock 21 and loved it but wanted a smaller one. I wish I'd kept it but it will just be fun buying another. I am planning on a 19 soon.

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    I had a 19 and it was a great gun. I resisted the Glock urge for several years after they became so popular but after renting one at the range I was sold.

    I have a 26 and 34 right now and they are great guns. I like many kinds of revolvers and semi autos but I will probably always have at least one Glock.

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    Thumbs up

    G21, G22, G30.

    I'm a sell-out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old frank View Post
    but I will probably always have at least one Glock.
    Words to live by. Years ago (around 25) I had to sell my gun collection in order to buy a business. I had 29 pistols and one of them was a Glock 17. I knew I had to keep one and it was not a hard decision. I kept my Glock 17 and it's still one of my favorites.


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    I saw my first kB this weekend at an IPSC competition in North Carolina. It happened to Todd Jarrett, one of the best competition shooters around. He was shooting a Para .40 caliber 1911. The round was a reload as you would expect. Todd said it was probably a target round that he misplaced in his match ammo. The kB bent the extractor but did not appear to harm the gun in any othe way. The rupture was near the base of the casing and apparently happened because the casing had simply been reloaded too many times. This is bound to happen more often with high pressure cartridges, such as the .40 S&W.

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