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Old 06-30-2013, 03:00 AM   #81
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Glock 17 Gen 4 with a factory threaded barrel in a Griffon Industries holster.

Replaced the factory sights with Ameriglo tritium suppressor sights. Attached a SureFire X300. Installed a guide rod laser.

Light, accurate, fits my hand, 18 rounds ready to go, goes bang when I pull the trigger.

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Old 06-30-2013, 07:30 PM   #82
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My 27 because it shoots so good and is small enough to hide under a t-shirt. It shoot straighter then my 22 even at long range up to 100 yards. And my 22 shoots fantastic.
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:27 AM   #83
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Glock 39 fires the .45 GAP
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Model 27....
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Glock 23, where I go, she goes!
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Glock 21SF. In the warm months if I want to carry it I simply wear an over sized t-shirt untucked.
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I carry a Glock 21 Gen 4, OWB paddle holster.
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I keep a 19 in the car & a 22 on the nightstand, but never considered carrying one......until I got the 30 gen 4. A tad bulky, but what a great freakin' gun!
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Originally Posted by GlockGal View Post
Lol! I am a woman!

I spent $200 testing 9mm and .40 cal guns at the range in Nashville (nice range and store, btw.)

After being there 2 plus hours, test driving HK, Sig, SW MP's and others, I fell totally in love with the 27. Even the range officer was surprised and said I had a way with it. Love my 27!

I love my other guns too, and I am about to purchase a Sig 226 soon, but for ccw, my girly 27 just feels like perfect to me.
That is THE way to do it! Yeah, it costs you a bit of money, but by testing EVERY gun you can find you save a huge amount by getting the gun you love the first time. People that buy a gun after handling two or three at the counter will typically spend over $200 modifying it, changing parts, adding grips and other devices to get the gun to feel right shooting it and make it more accurate. After wasting time and money on all that, they sell the first gun at a loss to buy a second one and start the money and time wasting all over again. This one time investment of time and money is the smartest thing any shooter with limited experience could do!

Glad a smart woman such as you chose our forums.
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