View Poll Results: What is your fav Glock caliber?

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  • 9mm

    377 46.43%
  • 40 cal

    217 26.72%
  • 10 mm

    49 6.03%
  • 45 ACP

    124 15.27%
  • 45 GAP

    10 1.23%
  • 357 Sig

    35 4.31%
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    I Love My .357 Sig

    I see buy the poll most people have a different view However the .357 Sig will out power and be more accurate than most large calibers but people feel it is to powerful (Almost same as .40 S & W) has 1 big drawback, ammo cost is higher (Less than 10MM though).I Kiss my Glock 33 good night every night.


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    I very much like the G19, and I would like to add a G34, but if I were willing to add another caliber you can bet that it would be a .357 Sig.

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    G-30 THE BADEST MOFO IN THE LAND

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    I still dont see why they dont just call them the G-3, -4, -5, and g-6 for the 3,4,5,and 6inch barrels, Other than that I SEE no difference between them???

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    I have two 9 mils, but looking at a 23.

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    That's easy. model 34 9mm

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    I have been a .40 fan for years but my fav changed the day I bought a 10mm.

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    Ok... question...

    i went to the local gun range today, and took a good look at the various glocks they had in their display case. To me they all looked the same... they all are a boxy plastic grip with a boxy slide sitting low on the frame... infact the guy at the counter also took a quick couple of seconds to remind/educate us on a good grip technique to avoid getting cut/smashed or otherwise damaged by the slide during action...

    so my question is the same as the one above, what significant differences are there between models... i tried out a G17 today and liked it quite a bit, but didn't care to try out all the rest seeing how that could get costly very quick...

    I ask cause my father was there too and tried it, and liked it more so than my P99... it was the QA as opposed to AS for my P99...

    All comments are appreciated...

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    They are all shaped the same. There are different sizes, and different calibers.

    9mm, 45, 10mm, 40 cal, 357 sig and 45 GAP. Different sizes for each. Essentially, that is the only difference.

    I have owned a G17, 19, 26 and 34. I only have a G34 now. It is my fav Glock out of all the models. It comes with an option of getting one with a lighter trigger pull, and has an extended mag and slide release. With the lighter trigger, I don't shoot low and to the left like I have always done with all prev Glocks I have ever shot.

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    The 26, 27, 28, 33 and 39 all have the same size frame.
    The 19, 23, 25, 32 and 38 all have the same size frame.
    The 17, 17L, 18, 22, 24, 31, 34, 35 and 37 all have the same size frame.
    The 20 and 21 have the same size frame.
    The 29 and 30 have the same size frame.
    The 36 has a frame all to itself.

    I think thats it - 6 sizes of frames for the entire line of pistols.

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    10MM

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    Quote Originally Posted by hk_rebel View Post
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    Obviously you know what you're talkin' about. 10 rocks.........I'll have to pick up another G20, or a new Dan Wesson, or a Smith........or whatever!!!!!

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    I'd have to say the 9mm because I have loved my G17 generation one. I've had it for over 20 some years and still love shooting it.


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    I like the 17 for originality, and the 19 and 26. 9mm all the way. I've had others, including a .357 SIG that I hated.

    The 34 shoots great, though. Can't ask for a better Glock trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LegionnaireZ View Post
    Ok... question...

    i went to the local gun range today, and took a good look at the various glocks they had in their display case. To me they all looked the same... they all are a boxy plastic grip with a boxy slide sitting low on the frame... infact the guy at the counter also took a quick couple of seconds to remind/educate us on a good grip technique to avoid getting cut/smashed or otherwise damaged by the slide during action...

    so my question is the same as the one above, what significant differences are there between models... i tried out a G17 today and liked it quite a bit, but didn't care to try out all the rest seeing how that could get costly very quick...

    I ask cause my father was there too and tried it, and liked it more so than my P99... it was the QA as opposed to AS for my P99...

    All comments are appreciated...
    I think that's the genius of Glock. The same practicality all the way through the entire pistol line. You don't have to learn a new operating system. The length of slide and grip, as well as slide thickness, seems to be the only significant difference in most of them.

    I think different calibers recoil differently in certain guns, so that might make a difference to you. I can't stand .357 SIG in a Glock, for instance. On the other hand, 10mm handles rather pleasantly in Glock, don't ask me why.

    The 34 and its ilk are Glock's more or less competition gun. They have a few more bells and whistles, but nothing major except a lighter stock trigger.

    That's my opinion.

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    9mm in the form of the best gun for the money - the G34

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    The numerical designations of Glock Pistols

    Quote Originally Posted by scooter View Post
    I still dont see why they dont just call them the G-3, -4, -5, and g-6 for the 3,4,5,and 6inch barrels, Other than that I SEE no difference between them???
    Scooter, It is my understanding that Glock pistols bear a numerical designation referring to the patent Gaston Glock received for each pistol. Thus, the Glock 17 was named for his seventeeth patent. Gaston holds numerous patents for things like tenifer and 'polymer two'.

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    I've had a 23/gen 2 frame since '95 and I like the .40, it's a nice round IMO. I'll admit that I got the weapon because of the hype about the .40 round and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I quickly returned to the .45ACP. Hands down my favorite handgun round. I went back to spending my time with my 1911's. I put the Glock in it's plastic box and it sat. Well, last year I decided to bring it to the range because a friend of mine-new shooter, was asking alot about Glock handguns. Well after shooting it that day, I was newly enamored with it's beautiful simplicity and pure function. A true bare bones combat handgun. I quickly aquired a G30 in .45 and now my 1911's are getting their rest. I love Glock.

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    Looks like the .40 caliber wins!

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    I'd have to say the G21. Just because the recoil is so smooth.

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