I Drank the Koolaide

This is a discussion on I Drank the Koolaide within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Skeeter64 I have recently been mulling over buying either a Glock 19 or a Glock 26. This weekend I was at a ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeeter64 View Post
    I have recently been mulling over buying either a Glock 19 or a Glock 26. This weekend I was at a small gun show in North Texas, and I found one dealer who had a used sample of each of them. I could not decide, so I didn't and I bought 'em both. Here are the pictures of my new additions.

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    Congrats, That way you will never second guess yourself! They are both awesome carry pieces!

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    A right nice choice......the both of them......congrats.
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    Very Well Done! I agree that night sights are a must.
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    You'll won't have buyer's remorse with Glock.

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    Nice! I wish I had the funds to just go in on both at one time!
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    Man, you drank the whole pitcher of Koolaide!! Congratulations!




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    Great choice, both are very concealable, and when you get home, pop a 33 round magazine (maybe with a +2 extender on it) and a tactical light on your G19 and it doesn't matter how many come kicking down your door, you will be ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlockJS View Post
    Nice! I wish I had the funds to just go in on both at one time!
    I have been saving my money for a while, and I lucked in to a good deal. I figure I might not get any more guns for a little whole, because the Gloks will need accessories and lots of feeding. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by LanceORYGUN View Post
    Man, you drank the whole pitcher of Koolaide!! Congratulations!


    Yeah, a pitcher full is an apt description! :-)

    I am so ready for the weekend so I can work in some range time.
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    joker1--- What do you think?... $$$$$ !
    I smell what you're cooking. I have the same problem which is why I don't have a GLOCK 30 SF yet.
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    Congrats! Buying both at once? You are brave! I wish that I were that brave. The closest I came to being that brave was buying my 36 and 17 within 2 months. Enjoy them. They will compliment each other well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY27 View Post
    Congrats! Buying both at once? You are brave! I wish that I were that brave. The closest I came to being that brave was buying my 36 and 17 within 2 months. Enjoy them. They will compliment each other well.
    Yeah, I probably won't have too many more opportunities like that. I have 2 Glocks and 2 S&W snubbies, so I shouldn't ever need another gun, right? LOL. After my gun fund recovers, I might have to check out something in a 1911.
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    So how long until you get a Glock 17? :)

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    Took the 19 & 26 for a workout today, and as expected, both performed flawlessly. The funny thing was, I didn't shoot the bigger 19 any better than the smaller 26. Both of them were major improvements over the Kel-Tec P11 & S&W Sigma that they replaced, and the groups were much tighter.

    The Glocks were both shooting a few inches to the right of my point of aim. I had noticed that when I had previously rented a 26, and I am sure that I need to get adjusted to the Glock trigger. Overall, I was quite pleased with my first outing with the new kids.
    .357 mag, When you care enough to send the very best!

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    Anybody else out there going through a learning curve with their Glocks? Mine are not as inherently accurate to me as say a Ruger SR9, but the trigger is different. I do like the guns and I am anxious to learn how to shoot them better. I am a lefty and most of my shots were right of center. Once I figure that out, I will be a really happy camper. Any tips for a Glock noob would be appreciated.
    .357 mag, When you care enough to send the very best!

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