What's everyones take on the Glock 32??

What's everyones take on the Glock 32??

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    What's everyones take on the Glock 32??

    I have never been a Glock fan but something about the 32 changed my mind, I have NO IDEA what it is since it is the same as every compact Glock but a different caliber. What does everyone here think of the gun?

    Not asking if I should get it or not, just wondering opinions..

    annnd go!


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    When I'm carrying Glock, that's the model I use.
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    How is the recoil on the gun?? I know they say the .357 sig round is snappy, but they also said that about the .40 cal I used to own and it shot great! I didnt think it was too snappy..

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    Talking Glock 32

    The Glock 32 is the only plastic gun that keeps my 1911s company.

    The 357 sig is fun round to shoot but a little expensive.

    Get one if you can, you won't regret it.

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    Excellent gun and caliber. While I don't have one (went 10mm instead), every one I shot was about as snappy as the .40 but a little more quicker.

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    Good caliber. I hate glocks.

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    Alright, I need to get over the mentality that a Glock is "plastic". Tats the only thing about it I don't like but I want the 32 so bad!!! I can't do the G33 since I cannot stand their sub-compact models that my pinky hangs off of. Ridiculous!

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    I don't have a 32, but I do have a 23 and a .357 sig barrel for it. It is a fun round.

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    I like the Glock 32. It's very manageable and is, in my opinion, as easy as the Glock 22 (.40 Cal).
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    I keep mine even though I am a 1911 fan. It goes bang every time and performs up with the 357 Mag....you have to love that. The trigger is possibly the worst I have on any pistol; it is so bad compared to my other pistols I don't enjoy shooting it.

    I do however keep it is a fanny pack with 3 mags and flashlight in the basement just in case.
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    A G32 is probably my next purchase to compliment my G33. The .357SIG is a great round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 40calbuck View Post
    Alright, I need to get over the mentality that a Glock is "plastic". Tats the only thing about it I don't like but I want the 32 so bad!!! I can't do the G33 since I cannot stand their sub-compact models that my pinky hangs off of. Ridiculous!
    The pinky issue is easily resolved with a Pearce pinky extension. There are others out there as well. I use one on my G26. It still conceals better than the larger pistol, since you eliminate the back rear of the grip - the part that usually prints.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sabre03 View Post
    I keep mine even though I am a 1911 fan. It goes bang every time and performs up with the 357 Mag....you have to love that. The trigger is possible the worst I have on any pistol; it is so bad compared to my other pistols I don't enjoy shooting it.
    I do however keep it is a fanny pack with 3 mags and flashlight in the basement just in case.
    I've shot many, many different guns. I truly believe that a shooter can master any trigger, given enough practice and patience.

    The only trigger I dislike is the DA/SA system, because I prefer the same feel from shot to shot. I don't much care what that feel is, as long as it is consistent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    I've shot many, many different guns. I truly believe that a shooter can master any trigger, given enough practice and patience.

    The only trigger I dislike is the DA/SA system, because I prefer the same feel from shot to shot. I don't much care what that feel is, as long as it is consistent.
    I've shot a Glock and didn't mind the trigger. I LOVE SA though, that short crisp pull of the trigger..

    When I had my Sig I never fired the first shot in DA. Aways went straight to SA

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    Personally I would rather fire a revolver DA than the mushy/springy feeling trigger on my 32. I think the design is revolutionary and the reliability is incredible, but the gun would be a true masterpiece except for the trigger.

    Sure you can master any trigger, but why buy a gun that has a trigger so bad that you have to devote so much training energy to learning to compensate for a poor design. I much prefer the long stroke trigger on my Kahr.

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