It is all Glocks Fault

This is a discussion on It is all Glocks Fault within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by smolck Have you shot a Gen 4 Glock 23? Recoil is much lighter with the newer recoil system. Mine feels like a ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by smolck View Post
    Have you shot a Gen 4 Glock 23? Recoil is much lighter with the newer recoil system. Mine feels like a G19 shooting +P ammo. Very easy to shoot fast and accurate.
    No I have not. The G23 I shot was a Gen 3.

    I agree with the earlier comments. I feel I can conceal the compact versions with moderate effort. I'm sure the subcompacts can be shot with the same accuracy but the compacts just feel better overall in my hand. I have no doubt the collection will grow with time. Sort of a necessary evil

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    Try the 30S if you can find it. It's essentially a G30SF frame with the lighter and thinner G36 slide - a pure joy to shoot with a 10 round capacity.
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    You just can't beat the Glock19 imo...

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    Someday I expect to come across a GLOCKFAN and he's going to say in his best DARTH VADER "KENNYDALE, I AM! YOUR FATHER!

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    Love the 19. I own and daily carry a 26.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    do not buy a glock under any circumstances !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    If you do...bad things will start to happen to you that you don't want to happen....

    First your blood will turn into austrian polymer gray, you will become g.d. (glock dependent)..you will have to go to g. A. Meeting twice a month.."hi everyone, my name is (fill in the blank) and i am a glockahaulic. The force will overtake you in short order and resistance will be few-tile.

    Save yourself while you still can.....put the glocks down and step away..before it's to late........
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    I would go with the 19 if you feel the 23 is a bit snappy.
    Remember shot placement is more important.
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