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Old 03-11-2012, 10:35 PM   #1
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Hello all I am looking to buy a Walther PK380 does anyone have any input on that gun if so plz share. Also I might buy a GLOCK 19 it would be my first any input would help out alot on both guns. Thanks alot for those who help out. STAY SAFE AND SHOOT STRAIGHT.

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Old 03-11-2012, 10:44 PM   #2
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i do not have experience with the pk380 but i do own a glock 19 gen3 and i love it it has becomy my primary carry gun its light and cheap to shoot,and i have yet to have so much as a hiccup with it.

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My first handgun was Glock 19. so was my 2nd one, Glock 26. Just can't get enough of Glock. My next Glock will be G23. If i were you, get Glock 23 (0.40 caliber) then u can just buy a conversion barrel (9mm) in the future. So u can have both caliber worlds in one gun.
And if u decided to get Glock, register for 2years membership at gssfonline.com. By doing that you will get a coupon which you can purchase a brand new Glock at LEO price.

Back to yourself, get the gun you are comfortable with.

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I have had the pk380 for about a year and a half. It has worked perfectly, my wife has taken it over because it has a softer recoil and is easier for her to rack the slide. The gun is very accurate and has performed with no problems. I haven't tried the glock so I'm no help there.

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I have had the pk380 for about a year and a half. It has worked perfectly, my wife has taken it over because it has a softer recoil and is easier for her to rack the slide. The gun is very accurate and has performed with no problems. I haven't tried the glock so I'm no help there.
Thank you for the tip. Have you had a hard time finding extra stuff for it.
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