Trading gun

Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by Matthew161, Mar 25, 2012.

  1. Matthew161

    Matthew161 New Member

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    Thinking of trading in my glock 38 gap for a 45 acp which kind of glock or 45 acp u think I should get
     
  2. GunRunner

    GunRunner New Member

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    How about the 35 or 36?
     

  3. Gunscarswomen

    Gunscarswomen New Member

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    Check out the kimber ultra raptor 2 .45 cal. Awesome 1911! Looks bitchin too
     
  4. Gatoragn

    Gatoragn Active Member

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    G21, full size double stack .45 ACP.
     
  5. Matthew161

    Matthew161 New Member

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    I tryed the 36 it didn't fit my hands
     
  6. Matthew161

    Matthew161 New Member

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    I want try to stay with glock or try the S&W mp 45
     
  7. mt232

    mt232 New Member

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    Glock 21 or the 30 if you are gonna carry
     
  8. dvcguns

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    G21, much more reliable than G30

    Get a grip reduction if it's too wide for you.
     
  9. Matthew161

    Matthew161 New Member

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    I don't want a full size but I don't want the 36
     
  10. mt232

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    I have a G30 and I love it, I haven't put a ton of rounds through it but I have had no problems so far. I have read a lot of articles and they are very well liked, I have also read about problems with them but as we all know nothing is perfect. I would shoot one first if you can just to see if you like the feel of the smaller frame since it is sub-compact.
     
  11. dvcguns

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    I EDCd both a G21 and G30, and carry a G17 now. The G21 requires an OWB and dressing around. The G30 was no more concealable than the G17 and is horrible to shoot in comparison to the 17 or 21, YMMV
     
  12. big shrek

    big shrek Well-Known Member

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    Dude, why not just do a barrel & mag switch?? ITSA GLOCK!!

    You NEVER get good trades, they just don't happen, you always loose unless you really are trading a crap gun for a good gun...
    and few dealers ever let one get away with that unless they are stupid, in which case they ain't in biz for long...
     
  13. dvcguns

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    Outside of the specialty ammo, what is wrong with the gun you have now?
     
  14. mt232

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    I forgot, you should also look in the Springfield XDs. My cousin carries one and he swears by it, if the 36 was too small those might fit your hand better. Plus they have good deals on them
     
  15. stick_man

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    OK, I'd say go with the M&P. I have a full size M&P40 and haven't had a minute's issue with it. For me, it has a better feel and a better natural point to it. Interchangeable grip straps also make it easier to fit different size hands. Triggers come a little rough, but smooth out after about 300 shots or you can get an APEX trigger job for under $100 that makes it a very sweet trigger. Another huge pro for the M&P is that they are made in the USA.
     
  16. Matthew161

    Matthew161 New Member

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    Nothin is wrong just the cost of ammo is killing me
     
  17. robocop10mm

    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    But isn't one of their slogans "Glock, Perfection".
     
  18. mt232

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    It is but it comes off too cocky, I like Glocks but they should change it in my opinion. There are a few I've read about failing, their company though. But there are more that I've read about with no problems, I'm not gonna get into what company is better though I like them all
     
  19. dvcguns

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    Sounds like you need a Dillon reloader not a new gun. :)
     
  20. NotMormon

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    You don't need a .45........you need a 10mm!