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Old 02-26-2013, 06:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Ok, I'm eligable to get another Glock at discount price. My problem is I have a G27andG23 for .40caliber.....I have a G19 and conversion barrel fro 40/9 for the G27 in 9mm.. I really want a 45 auto but 3 different calibers is alot to feed. I own all 3rd Gen maybe grab another 27 in 4th Gen, or get G17 same price for me...what do ya think.....
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Get a sig lol. You've got plenty Glocks

In all serious how about something in 10mm? I know nothing about glocks so I don't know what model number that would be
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Get a sig lol. You've got plenty Glocks

In all serious how about something in 10mm? I know nothing about glocks so I don't know what model number that would be
10MM model 29 is subcompact and and G20 is FS. I like them alot but ammo is the issue right know
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If I had that many Glocks, I wouldn't get another one. I'd roll with some grip reductions and a bit of action/trigger work on the ones I already have, but that's just me
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If I had that many Glocks, I wouldn't get another one. I'd roll with some grip reductions and a bit of action/trigger work on the ones I already have, but that's just me
Yeah, I'm trying to make a few things happen as u know....
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Originally Posted by Concealed 27 View Post
Yeah, I'm trying to make a few things happen as u know....
Have you ever had hands on a Glock with a grip reduction? It's the only way to go
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Originally Posted by BrothersInArms View Post
Have you ever had hands on a Glock with a grip reduction? It's the only way to go
I have, a guy in your state did my friends. www.coldborecustom.com FIXED LINK
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30s would be nice
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sure would, but the price on it is high and am unable to get a discount price. Im going to do some other stuff I think. Grips trigger setup, I might give the fulcom a try..Alot of researching I am currently doing.....Concealed 27
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I think I'd go with a .45 before I went 10mm. For reason of ammo availability and price. .45 is also more common and easier to find than 10mm. .45 can be had here. You may not have a big selection of what you can get, but you can get it without being price gouged.

You don't have a full frame .40 yet. You might just have to let what they discount supplier has in stock determine what you get. I'd call and see what they have in stock and go from there. I think I'd avoid a small frame for now. Take advantage of getting the Over 10 capacity guns right now. IF, and I stress IF the AWB & Mag Limit do pass, you can always get the small frame later on and it's not affected by the ban sicne it's 10 or less rounds anyway. Makes Sense??? Get the Big Capacity Guns for now til we know what's gonna happen for sure.
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