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Old 07-15-2012, 02:15 PM   #1
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Does anyone have this gun? Please let know if u like it or not

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Old 07-15-2012, 03:04 PM   #2
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I carried it on duty for 2 years and loved it.

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Old 07-15-2012, 08:42 PM   #3
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yes, and i love the gun. very reliable, fires everytime, i've put about 1000rnds through it and haven't had a single problem. I would easily recomend this gun to anyone in the market for a 9mm.

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I love it. It's my first Glock. Feel comfortable and size is very good. Highly recommend it!

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Outstanding firearm. I carry this gun regularly. Getting very tight groupings with this weapon.

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Excellent gun, just the right size for most people except could be slightly large for CCW. I have its big brother the G23 Gen 4 and love it. I went with the G23 so I could shoot 40S&W and 9mm with a conversion barrel (which can pay for itself quickly).

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I own a gen 4 19 and love it. Outstanding firearm.

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I have a gen 3 but love it. It sleeps beside me at night. I threw a crimson trace and some tru glos on top. Great little gun!

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I bought a G19 when I turned 21. Foolishly traded it in what has become almost a two decade search for the best gun. I went with different calibers and different makes from HK, Sig, Beretta, and others. What do I carry now? You guessed it, a G4 G19. No idea why I left it so many years ago other than i thought it was ugly.
I absolutely LOVE H&K's P7. I carry it in the summer which is causing rust on the slide that is against my body. The squeeze cocker is super safe and it is more accurate than any other pistol I have owned. It weighs as much as a G19 but is smaller. Other than that, the G19 is the perfect pistol for me.

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