Don't go all glock
You can't go wrong with any of them
Heres the situation.
After xmas shopping for family and friends Im about $800 in my credit card. That also includes the HK i bought I had about half of it paid off.
Whenever I go to the range, what gun gets fired the most? My glock. My HK though I love it is a pretty expensive piece of hardware, and also my Px4 is another one that just doesn't get as much love. Im estimating I will get Px4 = $325 (sheels quote) and hopefully for the HKUSPc = $650 (according to buds chart) which hopefully could mean I could put about $400 down on my credit card debt
So I was thinking of trading both the HK and the Px4 in for yet ANOTHER glock (just bought the 27) so my question is this:
1) Anybody advocate going all one type of handgun (there are advantages but I kno i might miss them in the long run or will I)?
2) Which glock should I do this should I get? (Consider I have a G27, G17, and my brother owns a G19)
Send the G17 to Robar and have the grip shortened to G27 length. The mount the balance to the G17 magazine so you end up with both grip sizes. This allows you the long sight radius of the G17 and the short grip of the G27 (which greatly enhances concealability).
That is a mere $275.00 or so. So you will have enough left over to get your wife a nice gift too.
Scroll down for an image: http://www.robarguns.com/glock.htm
(And tell me how it works out. I'm thinking of getting a G23 and having the same thing done.)
Well guys I did it, and I am VERY satisfied... I went with the Glock 30sf because it was 499.99, came with a glock case and official glock bag. Cant wait to test this alongside my G27 tomorrow