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    View Poll Results: Does Glock need a new look??

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    • Hell no if it ain't broke don't fix it.

      237 47.98%
    • Keep the old look and come out with a new looking model.

      148 29.96%
    • Change everything from the bottom up.

      68 13.77%
    • Just make some little changes on the slide.

      56 11.34%
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    1. #21
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      I would like one to come with a rounded and bigger mag release and also a slide release with more meat on it. I know you can buy that stuff ,except the mag release i want is not offered in the US, but it would be nice to have it out of the box.

      Cole

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      Leave em alone......they are just fine....

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      I would like to see a slim frame in 9mm.

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      I love glocks, I just wish they had a model that was more suited for shooters with small hands. I know the G36 is a single stack but it's not much smaller.

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      Glock should join the bandwagon and make the 4th generation of Glocks with replaceable backstraps.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Quiet View Post
      Glock should join the bandwagon and make the 4th generation of Glocks with replaceable backstraps.
      They have. This is the generation 4 Glock and they all look like this.


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      If they'd just change the grip angle some I could own one.That being said, my first .45 was a G21. Rather large, but accurate. Traded it. In my opinion, they should make a single stack full size .45.

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      Quote Originally Posted by skynyrd1911 View Post
      If they'd just change the grip angle some I could own one.That being said, my first .45 was a G21. Rather large, but accurate. Traded it. In my opinion, they should make a single stack full size .45.
      Would like to see that and someone else said single stack which would be nice. At the gun show I tried the GAP and did not see any diff. Because of this my wife does not like glocks because her hand is to short. I think they are missing the boat. Yes they know they have the best but the best can get better. Leave it alone you say, I agree don't mess with it just add a new line or a couple new lines. Add the angle the single stack the exchangeable back strap. If they did that no one could come close to them in sales period.

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      I like it just the way it is!!
      Scott G-21 owner

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      Just wish the slide release was larger.

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      Quote Originally Posted by spacedoggy View Post
      Would like to see that and someone else said single stack which would be nice. At the gun show I tried the GAP and did not see any diff. Because of this my wife does not like glocks because her hand is to short. I think they are missing the boat. Yes they know they have the best but the best can get better. Leave it alone you say, I agree don't mess with it just add a new line or a couple new lines. Add the angle the single stack the exchangeable back strap. If they did that no one could come close to them in sales period.
      I'm not a great fan of a glock due to an accident I have with it and the fact that they don't fit my hand all that well. But start some new lines with all those nice additions I'd buy one.

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      the only change I would like to see is a change on the slide. They could make the lettering on the slide silver.

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      Quote Originally Posted by super64 View Post
      the only change I would like to see is a change on the slide. They could make the lettering on the slide silver.
      You can do that yourself in Gold or Silver with "Bonanza Gold", or "Bonanza Silver", avaliable from Brownells. It's very easy to work with, and holds up well. I did the receiver on my Remington 1100 Trap Gun over 30 years ago, and it looks like it was done yesterday. Bill T.

      http://www.brownells.com/aspx/NS/sto...za%20Silver&s=

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      Quote Originally Posted by billt View Post
      You can do that yourself in Gold or Silver with "Bonanza Gold", or "Bonanza Silver", avaliable from Brownells. It's very easy to work with, and holds up well. I did the receiver on my Remington 1100 Trap Gun over 30 years ago, and it looks like it was done yesterday. Bill T.

      http://www.brownells.com/aspx/NS/sto...za%20Silver&s=
      I remember using something like that in gold on a Charter arms 38. This was back in the late 70's and took it to a gun show. Sold it at the first booth because they thought it was some kind of special edition. I went in to that gun show with a cheap pistol and walked out with a almost new S&W 357. I have yet to find anyone so stupid at a gun show since then.

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      I can't stand the square look and feel of them. They need some round engineers in some round rooms to come up with some guns that don't look and feel like 2x4s.

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      Any attempt to streamline the slide would result in a weight reduction and therefore a corresponding increase in felt recoil.

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      Thumbs up

      i don't care what they do as long as they leave the glock21sf alone. it fits me perfectly and the looks of it put other guns to shame. bigger mag capacity is always welcome. you know a model that holds 17 for home and a model that holds 20 for a walk about. i never cared about a buldge under my shirt. 13 is ok with me. just dreamin...whoever don't like em could just use somethin else.

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      Glocks are all business and designed this way for the purpose intended 100%. I'm glad they added the finger grove grip frames though. No other changes would even make sense to me in the Glocks.

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      I saw the title of this thread and my immediate thought was "Hell no." I clicked the link and saw that "Hell no" was one of my voting options. Sweet.

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      I just finished putting 200 rounds thru my Glock 21 this morning. All that pistol does is run, run, run! Bill T.

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