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Poll for current and previous GLOCK owners only: Would you buy another GLOCK?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Balrog, Feb 7, 2010.

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Current and former GLOCK OWNERS ONLY... Would you buy another GLOCK?

  1. YES

    178 vote(s)
    77.1%
  2. NO

    53 vote(s)
    22.9%
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  1. Balrog

    Balrog Member

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    Please answer ONLY if you have ever OWNED a GLOCK.
     
  2. The Lone Haranguer

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    If a situation came about where I would have to replace my current one (early "third generation" G19), sure, I would buy another.
     
  3. geronimo509

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  4. greenlion

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    I did. Several times.
     
  5. rauchman

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    Yes I would, but not all models. I've had a G22 and didn't like it. However, the Gen 4 G22's are supposed to address any drawbacks that I saw in the G22. Regardless, I'm not big on the .40 models. I would buy any 9mm or .45 though. The 10mm sounds interesting as well. I currently have 2 G19's (2nd gen and 3rd gen) and a 2nd gen G17.
     
  6. Zerodefect

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    Yes.
    My G23 is my most reliable and durable pistol.
    Never fails, never rusts. Easy to maintain springs, detail strip, etc.
     
  7. The Lone Haranguer

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    I would not rush out to buy a new "Gen4" to replace mine unless it were stolen or something. I do want, at some point, to supplement it with a G26 "little brother," as it were.
     
  8. harmon rabb

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    absolutely. i plan on buying more, in fact :D
     
  9. leadcounsel

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    Several Glocks, never any failures after thousands of rounds in maily .40SW and 9mm. Reliable, durable, accurate, affordable. Big fan here.
     
  10. Doug S

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    Glock is my favorite. That said, I'm not crazy about the new Generation 4s.
     
  11. oldpuppymax

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    I've fired a whole bunch of rounds with both my 19 and 23. I'd replace either immediately with another Glock, if I should live long enough to actually have one wear out before I do!
     
  12. StarDust1

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    Interesting results so far, two(2)no votes, yet every post indicates a decisive YES to owning another, interesting...
     
  13. NinjaFeint

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    It's only a matter of time before I do
     
  14. RJM

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    No, I have tried and tried to like the glock design, but just cannot get used to it. Many people like them, but the gun just doesn't fit my hand very well and I think that some of the other polymer gun manufacturers have surpassed glock.

    If I bought a polymer gun again, it would probably be an XD9mm sub compact or an M&P 9mm compact model. I did just put a CZ p07 on layaway, so we will see how that goes.
     
  15. h20man

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    I carry a 23 on duty, reliable, simple, but not comfortable for me at all. That said I probably wouldn't get another one by choice.
     
  16. HexHead

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    I've already got a 19 and a 26. For some inexplicable reason I think I want a G32 when the Gen4 version is available.
     
  17. bds

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    +1 for buying another Glock.
     
  18. Mastifflover

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    I voted yes but it depends on the model. I love my G26 and its my EDC but I won't buy any .45 Glock. Too fat in the grip for my short fingers. Please don't suggest I buy a G36. If I'm limited to 7 rounds I'll carry a revolver.
     
  19. ByAnyMeans

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    I have a Glock 26 and would love a G19 or two.
     
  20. Strahley

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    Absolutely! I probably will later (to go with my G19), but there are other guns I want first (namely, a couple more West German SIGS)

    Amazing guns
     
  21. 78CJ5

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    Yes my G26 has never missed a beat while shooting any type of ammo.
     
  22. RugerDoug

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    I have two G19's and one G23. I am waiting for the 4th Gen. model of the G19 for my next Glock.
     
  23. Joe Demko

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    No. I had one of the earliest 1st gen pistols Glock 17 available in the US and then, years later a 19. Neither of those, nor the Glocks belonging to others that I have shot, impressed me. The ergonomics were all wrong for me and not easily altered. Accuracy was no better than so-so. When it comes to polymer guns, I prefer S&W Military and Police line or H&K's USP family.
     
  24. bwsmith2850

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    If the price was good and it was different from the one G27 I have.
     
  25. colorado_handgunner

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    Have a G23 with nightsights. Now I need a G27 with nightsights.
     
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