I just drunk the Kool-aid----Sorta

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    My G19 is my favorite pistol. I'm sure you'll enjoy your new one too.
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    Congrats. It's a wonderful shooter and easy to live with. Mine ends up on me more than any other....and also at the range more often. It is not too expensive to shoot and plenty fun. Accurate. Holds a bunch of bullets. Lots of options to do mods if you like, so many holsters to accomodate many wardrobe choices.

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    As stated, this is not my first G19, but it will be my first time using one as a CCW weapon. I cant wait to get it home and to the range. Will seem odd having more than 7 shots per magazine (as my Kimber had).
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    Good choice it a great gun. If only having one the Glock 19 would be my choice. I think it is one of the most versatile pistols on the market, shoot it in good health.
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    Congrats on the Glock.
    Have Fun and Shoot Straight !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haystacker View Post
    I was sooooo close to going to the dark side. But I didn't. congrats on the new pistol.


    ^^^^^YEP^^^^^^^^

    Was very seriously looking at the G26,
    Gave slight consideration to the XD, but bought an M&P9c
    Won't look back!

    Glocks are very good pistols though.
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    They're not pretty, they're not nostalgic, they're not much in the way of customizing, they're not bought for braggin' rights; but dang, it--Glocks just plain work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justherenow View Post
    Sad thing, these are combat guns made to take abuse and I babied that thing.
    I baby my Glock 30sf, as well. The fact that a pistol can be abused doesn't mean it should be.
    Good choice on the G19. Hope you enjoy your new pistol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justherenow View Post
    7 shots per magazine (as my Kimber had).
    ? My Pro Carry II uses 8 round mags.

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    My G19 is my constant companion and has been for years. You can't go wrong with a Glock!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsong View Post
    ? My Pro Carry II uses 8 round mags.
    I had two magazines and both were 7 round mags.
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    congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlockJS View Post
    Congrats on the purcahse. I'm still going back and forth trying to convince myself I need a G19.
    You need a GLOCK 19! It's the best of the best of the best of the best.

    OP-congrats on going back to GLOCK. I'm kinda like you on the 1911's. Great looking pistol, a proven pistol, definately one that everyone should have but they can be a pain to dissassemble and sometimes take work to make reliable.

    Enjoy your GLOCK 19.
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    My brother in-law just bought a new Gen 4 Glock 19 and thats a fine pistol. Im trying to stay with one caliber but im really wanting a G19. Your going to fall in love all over again once you go pick it up. Enjoy.......
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