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. #101
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    yes. i think glocks are one of the most hideous guns evar. then again, people think that about sig too.

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    I agree with Mike Barham. I could care less what they look like. A few years ago I couldnt stand the guns, then I had the opportunity to shoot one. I now own 5 glocks and am looking to buy another soon.

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    Hell, I think they are one of the most beautiful guns made. All sleek and squared off no un necessary bump, curves, or do dads hanging off it. After all are you looking to shoot it or marry it.

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    Form follows function . Looks mean nothing to the serious gunner. Not that i can't understand the lighthearted side of gun owning but looks have no bearing on anything. color , weight ,size ,maybe shape are the things that should be considered. Glock should stay on the wright track and leave things alone.

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    I think the larger ones don't look so good, but the smaller frame guns look great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xl_The_Jackal_lx View Post
    Honestly, I'm completely confused as to why people think Glocks are ugly. I think they're hot.

    Slap a stainless steel slide on a stock black Glock, like Will Smith from Bad Boys 2. Woo! That's sex.
    i agree %100 i love the look of glocks but if they made with a stainless slide it would look even better

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    I am glad that I do not shoot glocks worth a crap...cuz they are the fugliest guns in the world.

    I think I have trouble shooting them because of the trigger difference. I like a DA/SA trigger.

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    I own a Glock 26.



    I shoot it well.

    I just about bought a Model 23 today.

    They are not very pretty to me, but they shoot every well.

    Last edited by dondavis3; 10-25-2009 at 07:21 AM.

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    I would like to see them make something about the size of a Kahr PM9 with SS slide and single stack mag. I think they could clean every other manufacturers clock if they made something smaller.

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    The only thing I would really care to see t hem change would be to have front slide serrations come standard. Not something you use all the time, but when you need them, they are handy to have.

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    On Glock Talk they have been talking about the Gen4 Glock.
    It is said to have adjustable back straps, and the new texture and I think a new internal safety. The grip lines on the slide a gill like rather than strait cuts. It is said to look much like the rough texture model.

    I recently traded for a new G17 Gen3. And I am happy with it. But who knows. If the Gen4s are different enough I may add one to my buy list.

    I still have 3 on the list right now that will come first.
    Been wanting for some time a XD 9mm V10, Para 18-9 (love the 1911 model and 9mm is so much cheaper than 45acp) and a Henry Lever action for 357/38.

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    It will be interesting to see the Gen 4 glocks coming out in '10. I can't wait, but I am not gonna hold my breath..I like my gen 3s.

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    Speaking of. I am not a huge Glock nut but I was at the range with my brother today and we were shooting my G17 Gen3.
    Not even worth the try.
    Had both of us shaking our heads.
    Point, shoot, hit, target falls over.
    Time and time again, not hardly trying.

    It is hard not to be impressed with it.

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    I say no.....!!!
    Glock can only raise the price$$$ on such mods.
    Plus for the money glock gives us what we ask for to begin with..A VERY RELIABLE TOOL!!
    In addtion the after market offers enough to give us options we like & dislike.

    But!!!! i would like to see a single stack line without the light rail, like the 1st generation glocks, fit for carry of course.
    the original dust cover i liked....

    gotta love those glocks.....they kick a@%$!!!
    Last edited by gunnerboy; 10-28-2009 at 12:45 AM. Reason: spell chk'n meself....& add a comment .

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    Glocks are tools. Nothing more. None of my useful tools are chrome plated or etched with pretty pictures. My tools stay hidden until needed.

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCW View Post
    Glocks are tools. Nothing more. None of my useful tools are chrome plated or etched with pretty pictures. My tools stay hidden until needed.

    Tom
    No Bling!? Every one has to have some kind of bling at the range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedom1911 View Post
    No Bling!? Every one has to have some kind of bling at the range.
    thats why i put my sites on the side so i can shoot my glock like a g!!!

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    LOL. Seems I have seen pictures of your Glock on the web.

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    I think Glocks are sexy as hell. When my wife is shooting her G19... oh boy...

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    I like um just the way they are.

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    The only change I would like to see is for them to put a rail system on the subcompact like my G27.

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    Glocks are fine the way they are. I don't wont my gun manufacture changing ever season just for change sake or some publicity stunt to sell more product. If something can be improved upon then do it. If there is no good reason then leave the design alone. The 1911 has been the same basically for how long? I would like to see Glock produce a conceal carry line similar in size to the kahr pm's.

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    I voted to keep it the way it is, I think my Glock 26 is a great looking gun, and they still sell tons of them the way they are....you know how the saying goes, form follows function, so unless they change the gun theres no need to make it look different....

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    I just bought a Kel-tec FP-9 (whose fit and finish is improving)...got tired of waiting for Glock to come out with a single stack sub-compact nine. Not that they need it, but Glock is really losing in the market for this type of pistol. Wish Glock would make one slightly smaller than the Kahr or PF-9 GASTON are you listening??

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    Glock change?

    No changes other than offering a stainless slide for those who want BLING and maybe an extended mag and slide release offering.

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