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Old 11-07-2013, 10:36 AM   #11
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I have always maintained that buying your wife a weapon & teaching her how to shoot well is true love! (And a life-long commitment!!!!!!!)
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I see that gun is made in Smyrna, GA. At least the receiver is. Have you noticed any difference in the quality or performance versus the Austrian fabricated guns?
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I see that gun is made in Smyrna, GA. At least the receiver is. Have you noticed any difference in the quality or performance versus the Austrian fabricated guns?
Still says made in Australia , Glock Inc, Smyrna GA . This will be the first glock in our household . Im a Springfield guy but the wife liked the feel when she put it in her hand so we now have a Glock in the house hold . She isnt getting it until Christmas and doesnt know this yet . Like I said she picked out the 17 because it was bigger than the 19 , but my dealer called and said he I know she liked the bigger gun better , how about this 34 I have been waiting on to get here for 10 months . I think it was roughly $65 more than the G17 and with the fine tune adjustable rear sight, extended slide release latch and the lighter trigger it was more than worth it. I have shot several other glocks before and never really liked the feel , however with the new back straps it does feel pretty good in my hand . I really hoping for some reason she doesnt like it . You know what that means
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Still says made in Australia , Glock Inc, Smyrna GA . This will be the first glock in our household . Im a Springfield guy but the wife liked the feel when she put it in her hand so we now have a Glock in the house hold . She isnt getting it until Christmas and doesnt know this yet . Like I said she picked out the 17 because it was bigger than the 19 , but my dealer called and said he I know she liked the bigger gun better , how about this 34 I have been waiting on to get here for 10 months . I think it was roughly $65 more than the G17 and with the fine tune adjustable rear sight, extended slide release latch and the lighter trigger it was more than worth it. I have shot several other glocks before and never really liked the feel , however with the new back straps it does feel pretty good in my hand . I really hoping for some reason she doesnt like it . You know what that means
Sounds like you made a good choice brother. Congrats on the XMas present for your better half. I'm sure she'll love it.
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I have the 35 ( same gun but in 40) and I think it is awesome. You made a good choice to get into glocks
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