Is it wrong to have two?

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Glockpotion23, Jan 7, 2012.

  1. Glockpotion23

    Glockpotion23 New Member

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    Any glock owners out there with two of the same models? did you like that model so much you had to have two? just curious because i have a gen3 G23 and wouldnt mind maybe getting a gen4 too.
     
  2. RogerH

    RogerH New Member

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    i would do some research i just bought a gen 3 g 19 from a master glock armor he said he didnt care for the gen 4s seem to have some issues
     

  3. msfa_mike

    msfa_mike New Member

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    I bought a 23 Gen 4 a month ago. I've only put 530 rounds down range but it's been flawless!
     
  4. lampman

    lampman New Member

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    Im thinking of getting another 30sf . One for protection in the house only and one to pound and play with now that I have the Storm Lake ported bbl.
     
  5. G30USMC

    G30USMC Active Member Supporter

    I have a G26 with about 1000 rds through it, and need i say FLAWLESS ...... Thats why i rock out with my Glock out !!!
     
  6. lyodbraun

    lyodbraun New Member

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    You can never have too many glocks now... so go ahead and get what you want and just make a full on collection of them.. I have a Gen4 23 and its been flawless as well love it shoots so much better than my old Gen3 G22,
     
  7. andyss420

    andyss420 New Member

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    I have two gen3 glock 23's. I have a double shoulder holster for them but usually only carry one. I live in mass so having not only 1 gen3 but 2 of them is rare since they were released so close to the date they were not allowed to sell new glocks mass anymore :-(
     
  8. theboarbuster

    theboarbuster New Member

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    I had two gen2 glock 22's, untill I traded one and another g26 off to get my 30sf. Now
    I think I will buy another 30sf for a truck gun.
     
  9. willfully armed

    willfully armed New Member

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    2 G34's

    One has been stippled which makes it a permanent Enhanced Service Pistol in IDPA. The other only has a trigger job which keeps it SSP and backup for ESP.
     
  10. mike10801

    mike10801 New Member

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    When it's a Glock it can't be wrong. Besides a simple barrel change and you would have a 45acp and a 357sig. I ask you how can that be wrong?

    Go Glock or go home!!
     
  11. FaTmAn

    FaTmAn New Member

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    my gen 4 g 22 is about a year old and has been a dependable gun no complaints.
     
  12. TimKS

    TimKS Member Lifetime Supporter

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    I have two 'similar Glocks....a 17 & 19, two Ruger GP-100, three Ruger P-89's, various 45's, 22's & 380's. You're just weird. ;)
     
  13. Scratch

    Scratch New Member

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    I have 2 identical gen 2, Glock 17's. Nothing wrong with it.
     
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  14. Seven

    Seven New Member

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    2 Gen3 G19s
     
  15. dallascj

    dallascj New Member

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    I don't see anything wrong with owning more than 1 of the same type firearm. In your case, they will have distinct differences, so I can see the appeal. I have 2 M&P 45C's and am fine with it. I just really liked the dark flat earth and black frames, so I got one of each. I have several buddies that are 1911 guys and it is not unusual for them to have a dozen 1911's. Let us know how you like the Gen4. I just bought a Gen3 23 because I leery of the Gen4, but I have heard the kinks have been worked out.
     
  16. Quentin

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    Well here I've got
    2 Hi Powers
    2 P.08 Lugers
    2 P.38s
    2 S&W .357s
    2 ARs
    3 1911s

    So heck yeah, why not two G23s! I have one in Gen 4, love it and bet you will too. Instead of getting a second, I got a G27 and also had a G22 first. You can share magazines and can always buy a 357 Sig or 9mm barrel as well.
     
  17. Magnum27

    Magnum27 New Member

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    So I am new to shooting and looking at getting the G17. Can I change out the barrel to shoot a .40 or .45?
     
  18. Quentin

    Quentin New Member

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    45 won't fit. 40 could fit but it's a mistake. Instead get a 40 or 357 Sig and then a 9mm conversion barrel. Ok to downgrade in caliber, not to upgrade.
     
  19. Magnum27

    Magnum27 New Member

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    Gotcha - Thanks!
     
  20. FaTmAn

    FaTmAn New Member

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    Also to save money on ammo you can get a .22 conversion too.