Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Glock Photos' started by tholmj, Jun 14, 2012.
My first glock .
Fine looking Glock there!! Congatulations! Go forth and shoot!!
Nice choice. Beautiful gun
A great gun! Enjoy it safely and often.
Is the barrel a little longer to meet your nations length restrictions?
By the way nice pistol!
The extended barrel is made to meet the silly rules in Denmark.
Nice looking gun! I just got my first Glock the other week. I like the set up you have there. Great picture
Id take that longer barrel anyday
Get it Threaded and add a thread Protector. Im guessing you cant add a suppressor if your regs are so strict but possibly other options. It does look pretty sweet the way it is though. Just a thought.
Very cool you can own that in Denmark!
Congrats - Glock 17 is a great gun. I don't own one but I do own the G19, G22, G34 and G35 and I love them all. So much fun.
Nice hand gun now
Congrats on the new Glock!
Beautiful gun. You'll get many years of enjoyment out of it.
The first model and after 25 years still the one others are judged by...the best caliber and the best gun all rolled into one very sweet package. You should get some 33 round mags and have some fun.
I do not own a Glock as of yet, however I am doing research for my first one. My intent is to compete in 3 Gun and the opinion I read and hear mostly is a G34 over the G17L. The pistol I chose is strictly for 3G and other competitive events at an amateur level for now. Anyone have a comment or two to guide me?
I would NOT buy the G17L for competitive use as most organizations ban the gun given its accuracy. The contention is that the user has an unfair advantage.
In fact it is the only gun that is mentioned by name.