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      When I first responded to this poll, I didn't own a Glock. Now I currently own two, and my wife owns one, for now.
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      Two 19's. One EDC, the other for having fun at the range. 2lbs trigger job, Lone Wolf extended and ported barrel, titanium recoil rod,mag well. and mep night sights. EDC is bone stock but has stainless steel recoil rod and mag well. It's the TALO edition, without the finish on the slide. I guess a fiber optic front sight and steel rear makes it one.

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      I have the one I escaped with when I retired. Won't ever own another one.

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      Quote Originally Posted by jakeleinen1 View Post
      My G17 is the most accurate firearm Ive ever shot, I can only imagine how the G34 is

      I own all glocks g27 g30 and g17 (bro with the g19)
      glocks are combat guns. (except for the long slide ones), they are not extremely accurate (IMHO) BUT add a lonewolf match barrel and watch how accurate they become!!

      I found this out using my glock 23(wife hates 40 S+W) . I add a lonewolf barrel to shoot 9mm-- WOW so accurate and no issues at all>i even use the 40 cal mags!

      enjoy your glocks--not pretty but always go bang!

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      Yes, I own Glocks. Good guns too.
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      Quote Originally Posted by JBarL View Post
      I seen your poll here and I just had to chime in with a No i dont own and dont plan to own a Glock my personal thought on this make of gun is like the ruger P85 and P89 and P90 series it feels like you have a 2x4 in your hand I tried shooting a glock and I just cant get past the feel of the grip its wide from side to side and front to back. however I do own a Springfield XD 40 I like the way that feels. but sorry to dis a glock but I just have too. now with that said I hope you do really good in IDPA comp. good luck with the new purchase and hope you Shoot a long long time. besafe and have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
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      you need to check out a gen 4 then. I hated the gen 3s. I really like the gen 4s
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      Quote Originally Posted by boatdoc173 View Post
      you need to check out a gen 4 then. I hated the gen 3s. I really like the gen 4s
      I'm kinda the other way around.

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      I've got a 34 Gen4, just got, and a 17. Put a Vogel trigger in the 34, love the feel of it in dry fire. The 17 I've shot a lot and like they say, it goes bang every time.

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      I own 2. A 22 .40 cal I named Olga the Infidel and a 27 sub-compact .40 in FDE I named Isabella that I use as my EDCC. A Glock isn't pretty, but I don't care about looks in a pistol.(Not that I don't love a beautiful weapon) She looks good now with the Lone Wolf extended ported barrel coated in titanium nitride and some other goodies for better performance. I typically drop 300+ through a pistol when I shoot it and these damn things always go boom. I dropped a Ghost EVO Elite 3.5lb trigger in both so they're sweet to shoot. The full size is always more fun than a sub-compact though, even with the Pierce mag extensions. I love my PPQ, but I strap on a Glock every day. It's a trust thing.
      I've also discovered that I shoot striker fired better than hammer. I'm always the oddball.
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      I've got a Glock 26 and like it very much. I got two of them when I found them on sale on-line, so got one for both me and my Dad. His had to get modded so he can rack the slide (old, with weak hands). Both of the Glocks shoot the same, and we've both been happy with their performance at the range when we've gone.

      I'm still undecided if I want to get a full sized Glock like a 17 or 19, but I might to help round out my collection.

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      No.

      I may in the future, don't know. I'll be taking my Walther PPQ into comps. I have a Dawson fiber optic for it and I'm waiting on a Turul rear.
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      Have a Glock 19 collecting dust. Ever since I picked up a Walther PPQ there is no going back. The 19 served me well EDC, but the quality and performance of the Walther is unmatched for me.
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      I started with a Gen 3 19 which shot well for me but did not fit my hand well at all as my fingers were resting on top of the lumps that were supposed to separate them ?
      That one got traded off, rather than modify it.

      Current Glocks are an old Gen 2 police trade-in 22 with a spare Lone Wolf 9mm conversion.
      And, a Gen 2 21 with a spare Bar-sto .45 barrel.

      The LGS is on the lookout for a decent used Gen 2 19 for me.

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      Sure do! Have two of them which I thought I would ever do!
      Have a 27 which I use for CCW and a 33 because I wanted something in .357 sig
      Both shoot very well and wouldn't consider giving them up!

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      I have one Glock 19 and really don't care much for it. It's my second. I sold the first. The only reason I have this one is I bought it at an event where the owner was mad at it. He said out loud whoever had the most in cash could buy it. I had slightly under $350 so got it for that. It was a few years ago and a Gen 3 not long after they came out.

      I just don't care for the triggers and the grips, most of all. My friends who are Glock fan boys have to spend from $200 to $400 to get a somewhat decent trigger on them. Even then, they aren't that darn good.

      Finally, I'd rather the road less traveled. Too many buy Glock just because that's what they know. Their friends have them. The gun store salesman said so. They see a cop with one. The name sounds cool. They figure nobody will make fun of them. Never mind so many can't hit a thing, the plastic box says Glock so their ok.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Craigh View Post
      I have one Glock 19 and really don't care much for it. It's my second. I sold the first. The only reason I have this one is I bought it at an event where the owner was mad at it. He said out loud whoever had the most in cash could buy it. I had slightly under $350 so got it for that. It was a few years ago and a Gen 3 not long after they came out.

      I just don't care for the triggers and the grips, most of all. My friends who are Glock fan boys have to spend from $200 to $400 to get a somewhat decent trigger on them. Even then, they aren't that darn good.

      Finally, I'd rather the road less traveled. Too many buy Glock just because that's what they know. Their friends have them. The gun store salesman said so. They see a cop with one. The name sounds cool. They figure nobody will make fun of them. Never mind so many can't hit a thing, the plastic box says Glock so their ok.
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