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Old 12-02-2012, 03:19 PM   #11
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Very funny video, I feel the same way about the handle thickness, but thats the only problem I have with it. Just my opinion. Still a great video. Very funny guy.

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Very funny video, I feel the same way about the handle thickness, but thats the only problem I have with it. Just my opinion. Still a great video. Very funny guy.
He just dose it as more of a joke. He has one on the 1911 also.
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If you don't like the grip design, why not buy something else? If you can't make the Gen4 grip setup work without a rasp, Glock just might not be the one for you.

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If you don't like the grip design, why not buy something else? If you can't make the Gen4 grip setup work without a rasp, Glock just might not be the one for you.
I've spent about 2 years on the decision, with countless range time, YouTube video, forums, and articles.after all the studying it came down to Glock and Sig. The only real difference between the 2 of them for a deciding factor was the grip shape. The Glock feeling like a 2x4 and the Sig feeling great. So I almost bought the Sig, until I shot a friends Glock with a grip reduction. It felt great. At that point the Glock became the better choice in my opinion. That's just my opinion, others will be different, but a Glock with a grip reduction is the gun for me.
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I can't even tell u how bad a shot I am with .357 mag and 45 Cal, like I can't hit the brod side of a barn

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I'm jk. I'm about to drank the glock kool aid.

But if you have not seen this video check it out.

Check out this video on YouTube:

http://youtu.be/UTEswkc4lPs


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omg so funny
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Yes..there are many Glock upgrades...SIG, Colt, XD, Walther and S&W all come to mind

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XD, Walther and Sig are better then Glock????????????????????????????????????????
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XD, Walther and Sig are better then Glock????????????????????????????????????????
Only by a little.
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G19 Gen 3:
Crimson Trace laser
3.5lb trigger
33rnd mags
Milt Sparks Summer Special II IWB holster

Buy as many 33rnd mags as you can, they are only getting more expensive/harder to find. The 3.5lb trigger greatly enhances shootability IMO(I am a 1911 fan though, so a lighter trigger is what I'm used to). It's only a $20 part, if you don't like it it's easy to switch back to the 5.5lb connecter. I wouldn't do the extended slide release bc it could be activated when you are shooting and it's better to not use it anyways unless you are locking the slide back. If you always grab the slide and release it's easier to perform malfunction clears bc of muscle memory. I do want night sights and a Vickers mag release. The Gen 4 already has a Vickers style mag release so you won't need it. Stock recoil spring is fine for LEO/MIL so it's doesn't need replacing IMO. The Crimson Trace is amazing, I've since put them on all three of my CC guns and have plans to outfit almost all my guns with it. Too many advantages to dismiss even though a lot of people refuse to use them. The underwater firing is easy if you have a need to do it. The part is called spring cups.

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