To protect my family and home = Is a Glock 19 a good choice??

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    Looking forward to feeling ahh some protection for my family =hope I never have to use it tho. Is that wrong to say?? = don't think so.

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    Mauser1941 just do some reading on here and other gun sites. I'm sure your home state has a gun forum.. BTW I would never sell the mauser.. G 19s are not that much $$

    Get some hands on training, shoot some different caliber guns and make your choice then.. This forum is a good place to read and learn, but don't make a hard choice till you have been there and done it at a range. Just saying.

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    Is there a site I can research this on?What kind of price compared to a Glock?

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    And calm down!!

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    Here is a forum in your home state. Pennsylvania Firearm Owners Association Discussion Forum

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    Good advise

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    Calm down. Just want to learn. What did I say wrong??????

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    i hope you find something you can enjoy, along with the wife. GOOD LUCK!!

    You did not say anything wrong!! Just saying!

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    Saying what ??

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    Just saying don't rush into something you might regret later. Its alot of options out there for home defense. You might decide on a shotgun instead of a handgun.

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    OK. Only on here to learn. Sorry I don't know as much as people on this site and might be a pain. I hope people will help me learn.

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    Thats why all of us are on here, to learn from each other!
    That forum I posted for you looks good, alot of options for you.
    most of these forums have classifeds that you can see what guns you are interested in, sell for.

    Glocks can be hard to price used, since its so many versions of them, GEN 2s 3s and now Gen4s.. An average person can get taken advantage of.

    http://www.gunsamerica.com/ is another place you can go to and get an idea of cost.

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    It's a great choice.

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    Glock 19 is a great gun. There are other options to look at as well though. The Smith and Wesson M&P9, Springfield XD series, and the Ruger SR9 are all good options that are similar to the Glock but may fit your hand better or feel more comfortable. Depending where you look you may find some cheaper than others. When price is a factor Glock does have one advantage. Take a little time and find a used police trade in Glock. It won't be as pretty as a new gun but most police guns are carried a lot and shot very little meaning you can get great deals on a gun that will still last you a lifetime.
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    No one has addressed the purpose of the gun. If it is strictly for home use, consider a shotgun to be an option. If you plan on or think you might want to carry off your property, then a handgun is the way to go.

    Whatever you choose, get some professional training.

    The internet gives you many search options to get information. The manufacturer's web sites will give specifications like capacity, weight, size, etc.

    I recommend a 9mm pistol, or you could go with a revolver. The .357 magnum chambering will also fire the .38 special round which will tame the recoil quite a bit while still being effective for defense.

    By the way, is this the model you already have?

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