Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by GunLvrNLearner, Oct 5, 2008.
What Gock do you own and you opinions? Currently none for me, I shoot a Glock 23 at the range often
I have a 23. It's ok. Kinda blocky. But it's accurate and reliable.
I also have a 21. That thing is a monster. I don't shoot it much anymore.
The kind that says M&P on the side.
Right now I have two Glocks. The G21 and G17. Both have been flawless. Smooth shooters.
22,27, love em. Wish they were prettier, but hey, they were both under $400 and go bang everytime, what else can ya ask for?
As a side note: I got ahold of the Glock armorer's manual and broke them both down to every single individual part this weekend. Really simple and user friendly.
Also tried this with my wife's Kahr CW9. I spent the better half of today trying to figure out how to get the stupid trigger assembly back together; not to mention all the springs I almost lost when breaking it down.
I have a newly-rekindled respect for the glocks today.
I have a 26, but had a 23, and a 17C also.
That's kind of a personal question, don't you think.
Some of them.
I've gone through three Glock 21's, a Glock 17, two Glock 19's, one Glock 36 and one Glock 23. I've kept a Glock 21 and the Glock 23 and am satisfied with them and don't believe I'll be getting rid of them any time soon.
There she be!
I've had a 19 for 11 years now, and have owned a 30 and 27. Other guns have come along since then that I also like, but it is probably the last one I would get rid of if forced to. There is still not a more size-efficient handgun on the market, i.e., the smallest and lightest that still holds 15 rounds.
We are Glock.
Resistance is futile.
You will be assimilated!!
G21 .45 ACP W/10 mm Conversion. Overall Rating: Excellent!
G19 9 mm. Overall Rating: Excellent!
G17 9 mm. Overall Rating: Excellent!
No breakage, no repairs, no parts replaced, no excuses!
The last purchased, my G17, has 12,000 rounds on it, and not one hiccup!
This is a factual account, so please, no Kool-Aid jokes.
Love my G33
I have a G17 and a G20. The 17 has had thousands of rounds through it and is perfect. The G20 is up for sale, great gun but 35 bucks for a box of practice ammo is a bit steep for me. I could reload, but i barely have time to load for the 2 calibers im already set up for.
P.S. If anyone in Northern VA is interested in a G20 with nightsights PM me.
Both brand spanking new and never shot! My G19 & G21SF
Glock 30 and 39.
I have had 5 GLocks over the last 13 years:
G17- great pistol that I later traded in for a G32.
G32 - great pistol that I later sold to a friend of mine. The .357 sig is no
joke and is a very flat shooting round.
G36 - my car and will be my carry gun. Slim as any Glock compact 9mm but
packing 6 rounds of .45 ACP.
G21- my BIG .45 ACP. Great pistol for me but very thick for some. This is
one Glock that either works for you or won't work for you. Rent and
shoot one before buying.
G34- my fun target pistol. Like my CZ, the G34 is a lot of fun at the range.
I firmly believe Gaston must have taken lessons from the Russians on choosing sights. Other than I hate the front site post and will be having those changed out, I love my Glocks.
I have owned/own other pistols and while Glocks are not perfect, they are simple to work on (if you choose to), just as accurate as other pistols, affordable and easy to maintain making them a great choice for the first time semi-auto pistol owner.
Whether anyone likes Glocks or not, when it comes to durability, dependability and reliability, Glocks are the standard that other pistols are judged by.
Looking for a G-19
G34 and zero complaints.
No glocks for me thanks.
17,21,22 and 27.
I have one; a First Generation Model 17 that I purchased new in mid-1986. I had the parts upgrade done in 1993; other than that it's still totally stock, including the original adjustable rear sight. Works fine; never have had a single problem with it.
Five and enjoying them.
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