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Old 08-23-2012, 07:23 PM   #1
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Default Fairly new to the gun world need some advise

I'm looking to get a Glock, not sure which one to get thow. As far as what I would use it for is target practice and self defense. It dosnt nesisaraly need to be compact but I don't want the firearm to be to big. Any suggestions?

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Old 08-23-2012, 07:28 PM   #2
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Glock 19 ...

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Second the motion on the G19

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G19 Gen 4. Thirds.

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I think you should go get a G19

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Perhaps a Glock 19 (Gen2 or Gen3)

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Perhaps a Glock 19 (Gen2 or Gen3)
Why old????
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Because the Gen4 Glocks (in 9mm) are still suffering from teething pains.

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The G19 would be a great starter gun. I have shot a Gen3 19 and it was very smooth. Here is my EDC which is a G35 Gen3 and I love it!!!

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Because the Gen4 Glocks (in 9mm) are still suffering from teething pains.
Its been 2 years.
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