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Old 03-29-2017, 05:23 PM   #61
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If I'm getting a new Glock, whether it's a 19 or a 21 (leaning towards a .45) should I get the Gen 3 or Gen 4? Hearing lots of different opinions.
I agree with SSGN_Doc, you should really pick up both pistols and decide what feels best and fits your hand the best! I have a Gen 2, several Gen3s and a Gen 4 I like all of them but I have what I would consider normal sized hands so they all fit me great. I personally like my Gen 3s and my Gen 4 better due to the finger grooves on the Gen 3s and 4s and the extra stipling that you get on the Gen 4s. If it is possible to test fire both I would do that before making a final purchase. That way you can see which pistol fits and feels the best in your hand. Hope this information helps, if you need any more help please don't hesitate to ask! Take care and have a Great Week Robby K!
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I've never had any problem's with Brass To Face on my Gen 4 19. That was some of the comments on the Glock but they must have fixed it because never had it happen and I've shot maybe 2 thousand rounds.

It isn't entirely fixed as it still pops up on some brand new ones. It certainly isn't all of them - just a few here and there every now and then but when you get one that wants to plant brass in your forehead, they are damn stubborn when it comes to giving up on that idea.
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OMFG, I thought I was already BEING direct. I was addressing the OP,

BTW, when I LITERALLY asked a simple,

easy to understand, three word question:

W H A T ' s * T H E * A T T R A C T I O N ?

Now Doc, for the love of God, will you just let the

OP answer? Because, for the life of me, I can't figure out

what's sweetening the Kool-aid, here.

I'd lay pretty big odds on...
Recoil-soaking design, decent grip angle,
more caliber choice than anything else,
more reliable than Anything Ruger ever offered except their revolvers,
light weight, accessory options out the ying-yang...
it's basically the AR15 of pistols.

That being said, I ain't fond of them, as the grip does kinda suck...
but the one I have, does the job I got it for, and does it far better
than anything else that ANY company could possibly offer, UNLESS...
S&W finally gets their big boy panties on and makes a 10mm again.
Until that day, I've got a G20-SF with a 9" Lone Wolf Barrel,
and that dog hunts
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