Glock 40

Glock 40

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    Glock 40

    i want this to be a new addition to the ones i already have. its light and very compact. does any one have any suggestions or comments. this gun will be used for concealed carry. does any one own this gun or know of any issues with it? all comments and suggestions are welcomed
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    Do you mean a Glock .40 S&W? I am not familiar with a "Glock 40", but Glock does make several pistols in .40 S&W caliber: G22, G23, G27. The G27 is the smallest of the 3. I have a G23 and like it very much. I have shot a G27 and also liked it very much. If you have no problem with the .40S&W recoil, it is a very nice gun. It would be a very nice carry gun, if you have a carry permit.
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    Any of the Glocks in 40S&W are great guns. All Glocks are great guns. You can't go wrong with a Glock.

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    The Glock 23 which is the compact model is chosen by many people for concealed carry as well as the subcompact model the Glock 27.

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    Any comments? Why yes, but it, because it will serve you well!
    Easy concealability combined with dependability...a great combo.
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    Depending on your build, the 27 may be slightly easier to CC. I carry a 23 and it conceals just fine. There are other variables (grip, round count, etc) that you'll have to make the final call on. Rent 'em both and see what you like.

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    Glocks Rock! No matter what model...

    I have the G23 and wouldn't trade it for anything, and never will.

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