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Set a goal, one a month or one every six months, or one every time you take out the garbage without being asked!

Start with the 45 since you already have a 9mm.
 

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^exactly what he said, since u have a 9mm just get a .45, as for the .40 n .45, they r both great rounds, the .40 is great for self defensive, the 45 jst packs a lil more punch in my opinion.

Heres an exmaple, during the summer season people wear less clothing so a 40 rnd will do the job as in winter people were more clothing so a 45 will penetrate deeper through the clothing and into the person.
 

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jfirecops said:
Start low and get them all, they all have pro's and con's
As for those pros n cons; me for instance my g23 kicks a little harder than my g30 and the g23 is a 40 n g30 a 45, but thats just me...
 

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Gotta say glock 22 in .40 gen 4 is one of the best glocks I've ever shot, it's a good medium between 9mm and .45 not to bad on recoil but still has power
 

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No, I'm from Indiana but always have been a Bears fan since I knew what football was. I'm with u I'm thinking the 30 and then maybe the 23!! It's to hard to chose, I love them all
 

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It really depends on you.. I have a Glock 19 GEN4 its good, I also have the 26 GEN 4 and the 17 GEN4, there all good for 9mm..
It all depends on what round your comfortable with .40 and .45 are more stoping power but rounds are kinda expensive.. Plus if you use them to go to the range there not that accurate at more then 100 to 150 yards look in to it, check with your local range and buy some time at the range see if they have some that you can shoot there, that might be an option it will also help you decide which one you really want...
 

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Ive got the Glock 27 and I love it. It's the perfect size, very easily concealed, and I know it packs enough punch to get the job done. I find it very comfortable to shoot and highly accurate as well.
 

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I have a Glock 26 , a Glock 23 and a Glock
30. They are all great carry guns and easy to conceal given the right clothing choices.
 
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