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    If you had your druthers....

    Throwing this out to get forum impressions on Glock series pistols. If someone gave you the choice between a complete set of Glock pistols chambered in .40 S&W( 27, 23, 22) or .45 ACP(30, 36, 21) as a prize, which set would you choose and why?

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    Well, I reckon I'd druther have the set of 40 S&W Glocks actually. Well, I already have two out of the three. I've had the G21 and G30 in the past. In my opinion, they are nice pistols, and good shooters. I've just found that for me, pistols other than Glocks work better for me in the 45acp. On the other hand, if I were to win the set of 45acp Glocks without a choice, they would probably sell for more than the set of 40 cals. That's just me though.

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    I'd go for the .40 as I've never owned one and would like to try it out.
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    I would have the .40, I have the Glock 26, it has enough muzzle flip with the .40 cal rounds. So that is the route I would take. .40cal all the way.
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    Which ones are selling higher on gunbroker?
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    I've owned 2 G22s, 2 G23s and 2 G27s. I liked every one a bunch but now that the SF Glocks are here, I'd take the .45s.

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    If they are the SF series, I will take the .45s, otherwise the .40 caliber series.
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    I'd go for the 40, the platforms are more versatile for me. All though, I'd like to have a 36 too...
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    Glock 36

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    I'd go for the 40, the platforms are more versatile for me. All though, I'd like to have a 36 too...
    All this talk of Glock 36's. Dangit guys....I am trying to stay strong and not succomb to that little voice in my head telling me to buy one.

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    Wouldn't really matter to me, since whichever I took would immediately go up for sale. Not a fan of Glock, or any other plastic gun.

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    The .40... I am already a proud owner of a G23. The 22 and 27 would complete the circle and I am already approved to carry .40 Glock on duty so these three guns would make the perfect set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Wouldn't really matter to me, since whichever I took would immediately go up for sale. Not a fan of Glock, or any other plastic gun.
    +1....I'd just take which ever I could sell for more.
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    I'd take the .40 mainly due to the fact that practice ammunition is so much more affordable than .45. This does not make me love my Kimber any less however.

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    Since I already own the three .40s I guess I'd get the .45s.
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    I'd go with the 40s. Same frame size as my 9mm Glock 26, but more punch! Then I'd get 9mm barrels for each and I'd have a Glock'n good time!

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