Glock teasing Dec 10 announcement

Glock teasing Dec 10 announcement

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    Glock teasing Dec 10 announcement

    So what do folks think Glock will reveal? What would you like to see?

    I would like to see a LCP-sized pocket gun from Glock, caliber immaterial.

    Next would be a carbine in 9mm... I like my Ruger PC but the takedown for cleaning is a pain...thing has more nooks and crannies than an English muffin.

    Finally, a Glock in .22 would be great.
    Carry a sidearm always. Be able to put shots into the torso and then head, if needed. The rest is much less important.

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    Glock P365?
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    Smaller? Nah. I'm thinking they will go the other route and make a semi-auto that can compete with the large bore revolvers. The market is saturated with puny guns, its time for more manly man weapons. The Desert Eagle and the .50 AE will get tossed off the mountain!

    Realistically though, the smaller gun is the safe bet. I doubt that Glock will enter the .22 market though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    What would you like to see?
    A new CEO with some vision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    A new CEO with some vision.
    The old man has great vision...have you seen his mistress...errr, “nurse?”
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    Carry a sidearm always. Be able to put shots into the torso and then head, if needed. The rest is much less important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    The old man has great vision...have you seen his mistress...errr, “nurse?”
    Excellent point.
    Now if he could just look past her mammary glands and see what his customers actually want.
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    I would like to see a modular system similar to the Sig P320 series.
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    IMO the 43x and 19x were such gigantic missteps I simply have no idea what Glock will barf up next.

    What would make sense to me is a G26 frame fitted to a G19 slide. You'd get the longer barrel with a shorter, more concealable grip. Similar setups of long slides and short grips for all the Glock classics would sell pretty well IMO.

    A G365 would be quite a departure on many levels. First, no Glock trigger has ever approached the refinement of the P365 trigger. The Glock trigger design will have to change fundamentally to catch up to their competitors, which IMO won't happen. Second, their econo-plastic magazines are necessarily thicker than other companies' metal walled mags, so Glock will have to change up their model quite a bit to get a double stacked gun down P365 dimensions. Third, if they make a G365, they might as well make a thin body G19 that is the G365's big brother, which would make the G19, G26, G43, and G43x obsolete (and possibly the G23 and G27 as well if Glock offered the new thin body guns in .40). I don't see it happening.

    Glock revolver? Somewhere between a Chiappa Rhino and a Kimber K6S, but 9mm, plastic framed, striker fired, worst revolver trigger ever, plastic U sights, and has a picatinny rail under the barrel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmordo View Post
    IMO the 43x and 19x were such gigantic missteps I simply have no idea what Glock will barf up next.

    What would make sense to me is a G26 frame fitted to a G19 slide. You'd get the longer barrel with a shorter, more concealable grip. Similar setups of long slides and short grips for all the Glock classics would sell pretty well IMO.

    A G365 would be quite a departure on many levels. First, no Glock trigger has ever approached the refinement of the P365 trigger. The Glock trigger design will have to change fundamentally to catch up to their competitors, which IMO won't happen. Second, their econo-plastic magazines are necessarily thicker than other companies' metal walled mags, so Glock will have to change up their model quite a bit to get a double stacked gun down P365 dimensions. Third, if they make a G365, they might as well make a thin body G19 that is the G365's big brother, which would make the G19, G26, G43, and G43x obsolete (and possibly the G23 and G27 as well if Glock offered the new thin body guns in .40). I don't see it happening.

    Glock revolver? Somewhere between a Chiappa Rhino and a Kimber K6S, but 9mm, plastic framed, striker fired, worst revolver trigger ever, plastic U sights, and has a picatinny rail under the barrel.
    With the new S15 magazines, it makes a whole lot more sense, to me anyway, same load out as a G19 but smaller.

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    I'm thinking it will be a glock 17 length slide with a glock 26 length grip. I think thats the only evolution of perfection combo left. They can call it the G17Y.
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    A pistol caliber carbine in 45ACP
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    I don’t really care for a new offering. I like their old standard line up: G19/23/17/22/21/20/26/27

    I dont care for anything Sig or Springfield has in plastic, so they are permanently and forever ruled out as choices for me.

    However, If Glock were to come out with something new, a carbine would be neat.
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    A revolver in .380

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    So what do folks think Glock will reveal? What would you like to see?

    I would like to see a LCP-sized pocket gun from Glock, caliber immaterial.

    Next would be a carbine in 9mm... I like my Ruger PC but the takedown for cleaning is a pain...thing has more nooks and crannies than an English muffin.

    Finally, a Glock in .22 would be great.
    A glock in .22 that has 44 as the model#

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