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Old 06-06-2012, 12:50 AM   #1
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So I'm looking for a good handgun and I want to either get a Glock 34 or 21 I'm looking for good stopping power, accuracy, and most fun to shoot.
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Old 06-06-2012, 12:54 AM   #2
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The 45 caliber has been stopping man for 100 years.
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I have a G21, but I have large hands. Pick the one that is most comfortable to you.
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Look into the glock 20.
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Look into the glock 20.
10 mm would be good to have, but ammo is costly. Lots of stores don't even stock 10 mm.

If I ever find one at the right price, I'll put it in the safe.
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Old 06-06-2012, 01:46 AM   #6
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So I'm looking for a good handgun and I want to either get a Glock 34 or 21 I'm looking for good stopping power, accuracy, and most fun to shoot.
>>stopping power - all guns have this. Shot placement is the most important thing. Also realize that no matter the round some people just won't stop right away.

>>accuracy - this one is all on you

>>fun - up to you

Basically shoot them all, pick the one that fits. These are all factors you decide.
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I have the glock 35 and love it! It'd be a good compromise between the 34 and 21.
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The 34 is hard to beat as a very shootable gun. The lighter disconnector makes for a better trigger. The long sight radius helps in accuracy, and 9mm is much more afoardable to practice with. It's a long pistol and would be fine for home defense, but carry could be a challenge unless you are big.

The 21 is an excellent pistol as well.

USMC-Hat made a good suggestion on the 35. You could buy a Lonewolf 9mm Barrel and drop it into the 35 and get some 9mm mags and you would have a 40 or a 9mm depending on your needs at the time.
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The 34 is hard to beat as a very shootable gun. The lighter disconnector makes for a better trigger. The long sight radius helps in accuracy, and 9mm is much more afoardable to practice with. It's a long pistol and would be fine for home defense, but carry could be a challenge unless you are big.

The 21 is an excellent pistol as well.

USMC-Hat made a good suggestion on the 35. You could buy a Lonewolf 9mm Barrel and drop it into the 35 and get some 9mm mags and you would have a 40 or a 9mm depending on your needs at the time.
That's what I have is the G35 and I bought the LWD conversion barrel!! Works out great if you don't want to waste the .40 cal at the range.
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Awesome I'm going to look into the 35 thank you!
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