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Old 07-31-2011, 08:16 PM   #1
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Will Glock make a gen 5 pistol? If so, what do you guys wanna see changed and what should they keep?

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Old 08-01-2011, 05:00 AM   #2
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I would love to see the finger groves go away and some better factory sights. Other than that I'm fine with them as is. What I want more than anything however is a Glock carbine. I'd be first on the list for one if they announced it.

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I'm sure there will be a Gen5, just not in the next few years. As for what I'd like to see changed, nothing really except maybe a refined trigger action.

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I don't see the point in the Gen 4, so Gen 3 for me and happy with it.

Wait, I would reshape the trigger guard area over the top finger grove on the compacts

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I like the Gen 4 just for the more narrow grip. Personal preference though I suppose. I would be interested in a Gen 5. Theres always room for improvement.

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I'm sure there will be a Gen5, just not in the next few years. As for what I'd like to see changed, nothing really except maybe a refined trigger action.
I agree. Don't expect a Gen 5 for many years. Heck Gen 4 has been a painful birth. But I do like Gen 4 for the grip sizes and new RSAs mainly.
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I'd like to see them copy the XD-M and price it $150.00 less.

Then I could finally buy a Glock.

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I'd like to see them copy the XD-M and price it $150.00 less.

Then I could finally buy a Glock.

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Copy the xd-m in what way?
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I would like Glock to make the 3 dot sight system standard on all their Glocks. Also maybe if they would put a grip saftey on it like the XD(m)'s have, but not so obtrusive.

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I'd like to see them copy the XD-M and price it $150.00 less.

Then I could finally buy a Glock.

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LMAO..................XD like some others copied Glock LOL
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