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    Micro Glock

    Purwater and I were talking the other day, you have the Keltec P3AT, Ruger LCP, Taurus TCP and the Sig P238 among others. Wonder if Glock will jump on board and make a similar size pistol. We both agree we would buy one if they did. What do you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by elviswawa View Post
    Purwater and I were talking the other day, you have the Keltec P3AT, Ruger LCP, Taurus TCP and the Sig P238 among others. Wonder if Glock will jump on board and make a similar size pistol. We both agree we would buy one if they did. What do you think?
    If the public wants it, Glock will ignore it and never build it ...

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    They could make a killing with a pocket Glock (no pun intended). I agree, we'll probably never see one.

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    What a great idea!

    I think we should start a design contest and design it for them. Glock can take the winning design are work from there!
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    I also think a single stack 9mm would be a big seller.
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    I think GLOCK sell about all they can make of what they now offer............

    So; a smaller GLOCK is not in the works at this time, that would be my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimjim View Post
    I also think a single stack 9mm would be a big seller.
    I'd jump on that one in a heartbeat!! You hear me GLock?

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    Glock's reputation has been built on reliability.

    The smaller you make a pistol, the tighter the tolerances, and the more finicky it tends to be. This seems to be particularly true with 9mm and above - too much recoil energy to try and tame in a small, light gun. I have personal experience with two Kahr PM9's to back this observation up.

    If Glock could make a small, light single stack 9mm + pistol that lived up to its reliability standards, I'm sure they would have. Not sure if the physics are possible.

    Lots of issues reported with PM9s, PM40s, and PM45s. Rohrbaugh R9s are picky about ammo, and beat their recoil springs to death in only 200 rounds. I just don't think Glock has anything to gain by trying to make a reliable pistol this small.
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    The Glock's 26 & 36 already fill a bill...I don't expect competition with a mini-mini...OMO
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    I have siad before I would love a single stack 5 + 1 to shorten height, KT PF9 thin, and maybe 1/2" less length, in 9mm. That is the perfect pocket gun to me. I sent an email to KT and they said not possible due to physics and material... I don;t want to to be changing springs every 200 rds I know that, that'd be at least couple times a year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuban11182 View Post
    I'd jump on that one in a heartbeat!! You hear me GLock?
    This is falling on Deaf ears. Most of us would buy asingle stack 9 or 40,or a little bitty anything that Glock would choose to make. Like the man said , "Glock sells everything they make". Bummer
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    An ultra-sub-compact Glock? I heard they went to Willie Wonka with this in the early 90's......chocolate Glocks melt in your pocket by the way. If you really want a Glock for your pocket, maybe it could be hidden better some other way?
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    Glock is too busy selling millions of the guns they've been making since the 80s, why would they make something new.

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    I think we should start a design contest and design it for them. Glock can take the winning design are work from there!
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    There you go, done. Seriously how much can you chop a Glock down till its so small you cant use it effectively ? Do we need a smaller Glock ? or nay pistol for that matter.
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    Glock already makes a mod 28 .380, only it is not available in the US.

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    Anyone know why it cannot be imported to the US when it is the same size as the 26 and 27?
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