GLOCK NATION - Home Sweet Home

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    GLOCK NATION - Home Sweet Home

    This thread is dedicated to those of us that currently carry a Glock as an EDC personal defensive weapon. Check in and let us know which model you carry and the brand/type of holster you prefer. Lets keep the discussion focused on everything-anything Glock.

    I would also encourage everyone to post a photo, or two, of your rig.

    NOTE TO ALL; I have faith in our friendly, mature and intellectual community that this thread will not become a urinating contest between the Glock and any other pistol brand or type of weapon.

    With that said, Welcome to GLOCK NATION.
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    Glock 19, 9mm. Favorite holsters: Bladetech paddle holster. Its very comfortable, rock solid, and its modular, so that you can switch types of carry/configuration of the holster.

    For shoulder carry, (which I very rarely do), the Galco Miami Classic. Very comfortable, secure, and chicks did it, lol.
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    The 19 is a sa-weet pistol, for sure. So much fire power in such a relatively small package. Very easy to conceal. I gots to get me one..!
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    Get a Gen 3. I have two of them. Picked one up for the wife this year, for when she goes thru Fighting Pistol.

    Quote Originally Posted by los View Post
    The 19 is a sa-weet pistol, for sure. So much fire power in such a relatively small package. Very easy to conceal. I gots to get me one..!
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    Thanks. Of all the 4, I like gen3 the best. I carried a gen3 G26 a few years ago. My current EDC is also a Gen3.
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    Out of all my GLOCKs, the 31 and 32 see the most carry time but I enjoy shooting them all.
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    Have several, carry G21 SF 90% of the time. Like most, have a box full of holsters, but carry mostly these days a N82 Professional IWB. Carries a duty sized gun in unexpected comfort. Carry one spare mag. I also like the Blade Tech and have a Serpa for variety.

    Seems you can never have too many Glock threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cthruit View Post
    ...Seems you can never have too many Glock threads.
    or Glocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by los View Post
    The 19 is a sa-weet pistol, for sure. So much fire power in such a relatively small package. Very easy to conceal. I gots to get me one..!
    Get a Gen2 if you can find one, a Gen2 G19 is the quintessential Glock (according to many old time Glockers, of which I am not, but do have a Gen2 ).

    "The pistol, learn it well, carry it always ..." ~ Jeff Cooper

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    OD, nice 19. Thanks for the photo. Whats the y/o/m?
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    Glock 19 Gen 2
    Also a G26/27/22/29/23- what ever strikes me that day.
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    I think that OD*'s red plywood background should be a certified classic.

    That piece of lumber ought to be worth a pile of money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by los View Post
    OD, nice 19. Thanks for the photo. Whats the y/o/m?
    Thank you. Imported June 28th, 1994, according to Glock USA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    I think that OD*'s red plywood background should be a certified classic.

    That piece of lumber ought to be worth a pile of money.
    I'll have to get a picture of it, it's actually a small round table we keep on the porch.
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    G17 chopped to accept G19 magazines, imported Nov. 1989.

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