Glock count

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by scott_gen, Jun 1, 2012.

  1. scott_gen

    scott_gen New Member

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    How many Glocks do you currently own? I just bought my first one a few weeks ago and I'm afraid I've open a mean can of worms. I R E A L L Y like this gun a lot and I'm thinking about getting a few more in different calibers. There's a second hand Gen3 G22 that's been eyeballing me at my LGS for 399 cash.

    Firing my Gen4 G19 may have sealed an allegiance to glock.....
     
  2. ash1012

    ash1012 New Member

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    Glocks are like chips, you cant just have one.
     

  3. RRoss

    RRoss If it goes boom or bang, I want to play with it! Lifetime Supporting Member

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    +1 totally agree
     
  4. bbriles

    bbriles New Member

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    I've got one (gen3 27) about to buy another but can't decide if I want the 17 or 19 I've shot a few glocks in my time I really like the 23 and 22 but I think I want to go with a 9mm to save money on shooting every weekend :p
     
  5. GAgal

    GAgal Well-Known Member

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    Glocks are very additive and tend to multiply at a surprising rate. :)
    Glad you caught the bug.
     
  6. scott_gen

    scott_gen New Member

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    I think I'm just going to climb the caliber ladder, and I'm trying to slide an AR in that list too.
     
  7. officerX

    officerX Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I have 3 personally owned + 1 division issued, for a total of 4. I have 2 G22, a G27 and a G30 SF.
     
  8. Devinh2

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    I'm at 6, and looking for Mr 7.
     
  9. piken

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    I bought 2 23 gen 4's a few weeks ago and have now been hooked. I have been looking at a 27 gen4 and also maybe at a .45 acp compact.
     
  10. Glockmaster

    Glockmaster New Member

    Well I had 4 but sad to say I sold my G17G3 & my G23G3 :(

    Now I just have 2 my G23G4 and a G27G4 also have the LWD 40-9 conversion barrel for my G23 turns it into a G19 little cheaper to shoot the 9mm vs the .40 at the range.
     
  11. Flairsr

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    Had six, traded and sold my G19, G17, G23, G22. Picked up M&P 45, M&P 45c and M&P 9. Still holding on to my G21 & G30 though. Just like those M&P's.....
     
  12. Had any issues with the barrel? You using 23 Mags? I'm saving up for a conversion barrel as well. Thanks
     
  13. Sorry...staying on topic, I've got three and long term plans for another 4 (5 if they ever make a .22!)
     
  14. Oddball Gunner

    Oddball Gunner New Member

    o_O

    You talking Glocks or children/husbands/wives/significant others?

    /dnr
     
  15. scott_gen

    scott_gen New Member

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    Isn't there a conversion for .22??
     
  16. There is, but I've heated mixed reviews and while I'm good with all the other conversions available for Glock pistols, I'm gonna stick with mi Ruger Mk III for now.
     
  17. wrpNYFL

    wrpNYFL Premium Member Lifetime Supporting Member

    Yes. A couple. I use the Advantage Arms .22LR kit for my G19 Gen3. They make them for most Glocks. Just make sure it is either Gen3 or Gen4 and for your specific model.

    LOVE it!!!

    There is a whole thread devoted to it...
     
    Last edited: Jun 1, 2012
  18. scott_gen

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    Off topic-> can you chamber up a caliber? Or is it only down to .22?

    On topic-> just left the LGS and that Gen3 G22 was eyeballing me again! There are now 3 used ones! All $399. All service weapons too! I can only assume as service weapons, they were holstered 90% of their life. Only out to qualify. I might throw some money at it tomorrow, we shall see!
     
  19. officerX

    officerX Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Why did you buy 2 G23s?
     
  20. Danzig

    Danzig I do hood rat sh%t! Supporter

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    5 currently; 33,22,35,21&21sf

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