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Old 04-19-2013, 06:20 PM   #1
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Found out today that my New CCW will be here in a week or so. Found a new Glock 22 Gen 3 with 200 rounds of 40 caliber ammo. Looking forward to parking the Kel-Tec P11 for the pistol I've been working to get for such a long time.

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Sound like an expectant father!

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I know - Right? That's terrible. I purchased a Sig 229 before I joined the military. Crushed my left arm on deplyment and have never been able to shoot if comfortably since. The ergonomics are just not right to fit my hand and left arm. I've always wanted a Glock 22 40 cal. and found someone who will trade with me. The Sig for a brand new Glock 22 with two magazines and 200 rounds off law enforcement 40 cal ammo. puts the total i'm getting for the Sig at about 800 bucks. I'm just happy about the Glock. It's a beautiful thing. Not to mention being able to park the Kel-Tec P11. That 14 pound pull kills me at the range. Oooooo I can't wait for that baby to get here. I already purchased a paddle holster for it. Silly I know but I've waited for a very long time for a Glock 22. And to get a new Gen 3 is a cherry on the cake.

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I've got a gen 4 Glock 22 and its my second favorite weapon. Great gun mate!

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Just woud lke t0 know,
what is your favorite weapon over the Glock
And why?

What is the differance between the Gen 3 and Gen 4?

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Just woud lke t0 know,
what is your favorite weapon over the Glock
And why?

What is the differance between the Gen 3 and Gen 4?

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Gen 4 has an assortment of backstraps, Gen 3 does not. May be other differences I cannot quote.
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what is your favorite weapon over the Glock
And why?

What is the differance between the Gen 3 and Gen 4?

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My favorite is my Sig 1911 Nitron. But the Glock is a real close 2nd I love it too. Its not a matter of accuracy as both are pretty damn good. I just like the feel of the thinner 1911 better. But if I was going into a shootout with multiple bad guys the Glock would be my choice.
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Gloks r kewl. Accurate and reliable. Stands to stress and abuse. Easy takedown, keep cleaned regularly and it will prove to last a lifetime.

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Found out today that my New CCW will be here in a week or so. Found a new Glock 22 Gen 3 with 200 rounds of 40 caliber ammo. Looking forward to parking the Kel-Tec P11 for the pistol I've been working to get for such a long time.
Congratulations on getting your permit. Welcome to the club enjoy.
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The 1911 - I have a Browning HP 1911 frame. Love it. But 9mm. The 40 caliber is the caliber that fits me best of all. Always has. 9mm not enough and 357 or 45 just a bit to much 40 cal allows me to draw down on the target much faster and much more comfortable. I know everyone has their favorite and the 40 cal in a large frame is the one for me. The Sig had just a little to large of a frame as mentioned above but when I held that Glock it was like putting on a a favoite pair of blue jeans. Just feels right. The price and trust in myself is what has taken me so long in taking this step. Now that I have, I find myself like a kid at christmas. Plus, most of my friends have been trying to get me to make the move and they don't know yet. I'm going to show it at the next weekend meeting.

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