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Old 04-08-2009, 08:48 PM   #11
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If you like Glocks,Buy one of each,then decide. I'm not a big fan of the .40,
no reason really,just have my hands filled with the other calibers.
These are really tuff questions,which one,good luck. My solution,I bought
a G17-19-26-20-29-30-36 ,the question is what will I buy next..21 SF,?
Help me....!
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Old 04-10-2009, 03:20 PM   #12
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I was in the same predicament. I had my sights set on an M&P40 or a G22. Because I live in Colorado and work in California, I was able to research with many gun dealers to get an opinion on which one to choose. Obviously, the "which ever one feels better" came up. That is not what I wanted to know. To my amazement, there was not one dealer that chose the M&P over the Glock. There were even several dealers (in both states) that would stake their reputation on backing Glock.

Last weekend, I had an opportunity to shoot with a friend with a M&P40. After several times, back-and-forth and 500 rounds later, I knew I had made the right choice.

I heard from my friend on Tuesday. He is the proud owner of a G22 and his M&P is listed on an online gun auction.
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i love the way my glock fits in my hand. i carry a g23 which is the mid frame .40cal and if its your first pistol you might want to check out the glock models that are compensated. just add a c at the end of the model number when your checking it out.
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Old 05-07-2009, 06:37 AM   #14
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I tested the Glock 36 .45 ACP last week. It is very light 20 oz and has a small barrel. It is great for conceal carry. The dealer was trying to make me get the new 22 with the rough texture, but I felt that was a little to large for conceal carry. I need to workout and gain some weight because the recoil was intense! I am new to guns so I think I need more practice.
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Originally Posted by vwimports View Post
I have been looking to get my first handgun. I'm leaning towards the Sub-Compact XD .40 cal. Which glock is the most similar? Really looking for something small..
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