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I drove over to Washington State to visit my parents, and I got a Glock 43 and a Glock 17 back that my dad was borrowing. So here's a picture of them from the top:

G21 (460 Rowland Conversion), G43, G20, G20, G17, G17

 

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You gotta get all your GLOCKS in a row....oh wait...that's DUCKS & not GLOCKS. :rofl:

Nice Gaston family foto.
 

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Nice. Glock 20 and 17 doubles: two is one, one is none.
 

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I can picture with your Glock Family decal on rear window of your vehicle!


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I'll bet that .460 Roland conversion packs some "Shock & Awe!" That's some fine tactical Tupperware ya' got there. :image035:
 

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I'll bet that .460 Roland conversion packs some "Shock & Awe!" That's some fine tactical Tupperware ya' got there. :image035:
Tactical Tupperware, I like that!

The 460 Rowland doesn't kick that hard, its freaking loud though. Itll get peoples attention. I brought it to an indoor range over in Seattle and they were intrigued. Also they were wondering what the flame thrower was I brought. That was the j-frame 357 magnum, I loaded those with 300-mp
 

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I think that 460 Rowland would trump a 10mm in backwoods carry in your neck of the woods. I know there over in Glacier Ntl Park and over along the Canadian Border over in WA State.
 

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I am not a huge Glock fan but they do seem to do all things pretty darn well. That's a nice selection of pistols.
 
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