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I love my Glock 21 It is in .45 and FULL size!!
 

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Or if you want a "Bigger Glock" that's still small you can go G30 but the G21 would also be nice.:rolleyes:
Best of both worlds. Big caliber in a small package.
 

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I really like the G22, but any glock should serve you well. First thing you need to do (IMO) is make a decision on the caliber, once you've decided on the caliber you want it will make your decision much easier ;)
 

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I was hoping for a 9mm for cheaper ammo. I'm on a tight budget.
Sounds like someone else who needs to get into reloading. I started when I was 19 with a little Lee Loader in 357Mag and never looked back, couldn't afford to shoot if I didn't cast my own bullets and load my own ammo. You can pick up a Lee Anniversary kit for about $100 bucks then upgrade anything you feel you need to at a later date when funds allow. Mean time you'll be loading ammo for a lot less then you can buy it for at the store. Get into bullet casting later on and you'll just need to stock primers and powder and you'll be golden.
 

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TNFrank said:
Sounds like someone else who needs to get into reloading. I started when I was 19 with a little Lee Loader in 357Mag and never looked back, couldn't afford to shoot if I didn't cast my own bullets and load my own ammo. You can pick up a Lee Anniversary kit for about $100 bucks then upgrade anything you feel you need to at a later date when funds allow. Mean time you'll be loading ammo for a lot less then you can buy it for at the store. Get into bullet casting later on and you'll just need to stock primers and powder and you'll be golden.
I've been meaning to. I'll be starting a new job soon so that will definitely be my next investment. After the glock of course.
 

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I've been meaning to. I'll be starting a new job soon so that will definitely be my next investment. After the glock of course.
You won't be sorry. Even with primer and powder prices going up you can still load a box of ammo a lot cheaper then even the cheap Walmart stuff. If you're not going to get into casting your own bullets anytime soon here's a couple places that have em' pretty cheap. Heck, I've been casting bullets for probably 20 years and I might still break down and order some of the plated bullets. https://www.berrysmfg.com/default.aspx?n=85660 http://xtremebullets.com/index.html
 
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