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Old 07-18-2012, 04:36 AM   #1
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I already own a 12 gauge shotgun but now I'm looking to get my first handgun and it sounds like glocks are the way to go. I was hoping on some advice on what kind of glock and what I'm looking at spending



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Old 07-18-2012, 04:40 AM   #2
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I would say for the type of glock, go pick up a few and see how the feel in your hand. You may not like the 26 but the 19 feels great so it really depends on which is a better fit and what caliber you are looking for. On price Gen 3's are about 499ish and Gen 4 539-600ish depending on options and your LGS/dealer.



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Try out a M&P....Much better grip ergonomics

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Definitely try various brands including the Glock. And determine the caliber you want. The Glock 19 is a great choice or the G26 if you want to conceal.

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Try out a M&P....Much better grip ergonomics
I tried a M&P before I bought my Glock, didn't like it. It's good to have choices
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I tried a M&P before I bought my Glock, didn't like it. It's good to have choices
Yep, its all about personal preference and what fits you the best :-)
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Try out a M&P....Much better grip ergonomics
You shut your mouth! Ergonomics and looks? Yes. Trigger....retarded! Cmon! Stupid bendy trigger. It's the dumbest thing since HI-POINT


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