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Discontinuing the GLOCK 19 ?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by boalex207, Nov 26, 2007.

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  1. boalex207

    boalex207 Member

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    I heard or read somewhere that GLOCK was discontinuing the model 19. It seems really hard to believe for a variety of reasons.

    Can anybody confirm or refute this information ?
     
  2. Autolycus

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    I doubt it. I believe the Glock 19 and the Glock 22 are their most popular pistols right now.
     
  3. rj112275

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    haven't heard that. that would be like Honda announcing that they are doing away with the Accord.
     
  4. 10-Ring

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    I've heard other rumours re: Glocks but not re: 19
     
  5. TOADMAN

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    I think you will see a single stack 9mm Glock before the G19 goes the way of the buffalo.
     
  6. Shooters Plus

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    I can't imagine The Glock 19 being discontinued. Nah... :)
     
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    Rumours are like butts, everybody has one.

    Did you hear that at a gunstore by chance?
     
  8. kd7nqb

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    I heard that Glock was going to stop selling to LEO's but I didnt believe that one either.
     
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    Not likely.
     
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    highly doubtful.
     
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    I can't imagine any changes to any of the models they offer, well all except for a couple.
    The 21 full frame, the SF could possibly replace it.
    As long as we continue to use center fire cartridges I can't see any of the other models dropping off of the list anytime soon?
     
  13. Soybomb

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    :D Exactly what I thought.
     
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    Yeah, I heard a customer say that the new Ruger SR9 pistol will put Glock out of business altogether,,,,,,,,,,:D
     
  15. Geno

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    Glock will not stop manufacturing the 19 anytime soon. No. :)

    Doc2005
     
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    LOL (sry:p). But as far as I know, the Glock 19 (along with the 23 and 17) is their most successful model, at least in the US where there is a large market for CC weapons. But perhaps they discontinue it to put all their effort into manufacturing the new Glock-carbine:rolleyes:
     
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    It sounds like the "phase 3" problems have been an issue with the model 19. However, I would assume that they would merely work to upgrade the design aspects rather than discontinue the model altogether.
     
  18. The Lone Haranguer

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    Interesting reading, but none of those malfunctions of the kind described have ever happened to mine. Ever.

    I too seriously doubt - but cannot confirm or deny - that they would discontinue their most versatile (IMO) model.
     
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  19. Caimlas

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    In other news, Coca Cola Bottle Company stops making their Coke brand of products...
     
  20. denfoote

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    As far as the so-called phase III malfunctions go, I'm inclined to believe they came about because the NYPD is composed of morons!!

    As for the G19 being discontinued, check to see if it still has a NATO stock number.
    That will speak volumes!!! ;)
     
  21. The Lone Haranguer

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    :what: :uhoh:
     
  22. JP from Phoenix

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    i doubt it glock 19s are probably one of the top selling guns period.
     
  23. Ratshooter

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    I heard that Glock is releasing their first revolver in 2008. It is a rimmed 10mm that doesn't need moon clips.
     
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    JUST KIDDING. Ha, Gotcha!!!

    I do wish somebody would though.
     
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    only when you know where freezes over.
     
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