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Old 01-09-2012, 07:22 PM   #11
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Glock19 should do u well.
ditto i got one for the wife for christmas but i took her with to make sure it fit her hand. she has shot my G21 with ni prob but the 19 fit her hand better and easyer to work the slide than other guns
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Old 01-10-2012, 06:38 PM   #12
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Glad you and your wife made a great choice.

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Old 01-11-2012, 07:36 AM   #13
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Glock19 should do u well.
How is a compact pistol with the same size grip gonna be better
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I didn't find a difference between the two but I lobe the 19 I want a gen4 so bad. The gen 3 I have is nice but the grip is the same size around as my 17

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How is a compact pistol with the same size grip gonna be better
I meant the overall size specially the barrel length is suitable for OP's wife
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My G19 Gen4 & G26 NiBX

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Ya that's kinda what I mean its like the only grips that are smaller around are the slim lines I hate that. But the gen four is thinner I think

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My G19 Gen4 & G26 NiBX
So you like your baby glock for grip size
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Yes i do very much. By having a better grip, it controls your accuracy and recoil. Not thinner, only the barrel length is shorter. The gun thickness is the same as the other glocks

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The distance from the trigger to backstrap is 2mm less in a Gen 4 with no added backstrap (compared to Gen 3). Otherwise the grip isn't thicker.

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