New Glock 29

New Glock 29

This is a discussion on New Glock 29 within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I have been waiting for this thing to come in forever. Anyways, it finally came in yesterday. I pushed out the stock sights and went ...

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    New Glock 29

    I have been waiting for this thing to come in forever. Anyways, it finally came in yesterday. I pushed out the stock sights and went with Mepro's this time. All my other Glocks wear XS Big Dots. My JS Holsters IWB for my G-30 fits like a charm.

    Hopefully will have time to take it to the range this weekend and blow some stuff up.









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    Nice blaster...I still am a fan of the 10mm. I think it is one of the most underrated fight stoppers out there.
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    Congrats on the new Glock...
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    I don't think I've ever even seen 10mm for sale... granted I never looked. Is it as hard to find as everything else? If not maybe I should look into that.
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    Sweet new gun! Have fun wastin some rounds!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red82 View Post
    I don't think I've ever even seen 10mm for sale... granted I never looked. Is it as hard to find as everything else? If not maybe I should look into that.
    My range stocks it for about $25 for 50 rounds. I reload though, so I shouldn't have to worry about not finding ammo to feed it.

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    That ought to be a handful right there...
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    Sweet looking Glock. How do you like that holster? Does that thick belt loop keep it from shifting around?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY27 View Post
    Sweet looking Glock. How do you like that holster? Does that thick belt loop keep it from shifting around?
    The holster is great. I also have one for my "thinner" glocks. This one fits my 33, 27, 36, and 23.

    The little notch at the bottom is great as I can have the loop straddle a belt loop if needed. The thing that is best about these holsters is the fact that they sit real deep under my belt line, so they print less.




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    I have never met a Glock I didn't like. Congratulations
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    You can't go wrong with Glock. Looks good. Enjoy it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red82 View Post
    I don't think I've ever even seen 10mm for sale... granted I never looked. Is it as hard to find as everything else? If not maybe I should look into that.
    IMO..it is easier to find a lot of places right nwo especially. There is not a lot of people shooting it. That makes it still on shelves.
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    what kinda holster is that

    was just curious about what kinda holster that is,,since u said u like it and it sits way below the belt line?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eraser24 View Post
    was just curious about what kinda holster that is,,since u said u like it and it sits way below the belt line?
    JS IWB Holster

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal View Post
    The holster is great. I also have one for my "thinner" glocks. This one fits my 33, 27, 36, and 23.

    The little notch at the bottom is great as I can have the loop straddle a belt loop if needed. The thing that is best about these holsters is the fact that they sit real deep under my belt line, so they print less.




    Outstanding!! Thanks for posting the pics, it really let me see how thin and comfortable the holster looks. I may have to pick one up.
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