.45 or 9mm?
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Looking for a used glock in the Dayton ohio area. Not sure what I want yet, but wanted to see what was out there.
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.45 or 9mm?
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Glocks are great guns but have you shot one?
Some, me included, don't like the grip. I also don't like how the mags rattle in the gun.
Keep an open mind and look at other top brands.
If you want a 40 then get the G23. If you want a 9mm, then the 19 is hard to beat. They both come in larger and smaller versions.
" Blessed is that man, who when facing death, thinks only of his front sight"
if you're looking for a polymer striker fired gun with no external safety, no mag disconnect, and no LCI then it's hard to beat a Glock. also, range time will overcome absolutely any issue a person might have with design differences. and none of mine have ever had magazines that rattle in the grip but I've only had 4 Glocks with 15 or so magazines so I'm certainly not an expert there.
Glocks aren't the only fish in the sea but they're great option for the person looking for a lean and proven gun.
I hope you find one soon. Check your local Cabellas. Mine has several used ones (i didn't know they bought/sold used guns) and many new ones on their shelves. They even had a new G30S today that was near impossible for me to walk away from.
^^^^^^ What he said. I was confused also about the magazine rattling in the gun. I have a G23 and mine doesn't rattle.
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Like I said, Glocks are great guns. Without knowing what he does or has owned, I just gave an opinion. Lots of people are told to buy a Glock and don't think about other options. The first post didn't say if he even owned a gun yet. Don't take it so personal.
I am selling a Glock 19, with night sights and 4 mags- $700
I honestly don't understand what the big fuss is about Glock grip angles. I shoot XD's, my Shield, Rugers and my G19. Being grip angle sensitive is like preferring black boxers over gray ones. IMO.