Defensive handgun class arsenal

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by triggerman357, Jul 22, 2007.

  1. triggerman357

    triggerman357 New Member

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    Thanks to Ken's comments about sub-compacts, I went to Ed's Pawn in Stockbridge and picked up this used G22. Those are some friendly guys, and they know their GLOCKs.

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  2. Bulldawg182

    Bulldawg182 Active Member

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    Nicely done! No doubt you'll be putting it through it's paces very soon.
     
  3. foshizzle

    foshizzle New Member

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    :woohoo:
     
  4. legacy38

    legacy38 Active Member

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    Nice. Might I suggest the Galco MX7 holster:

    http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterG3.asp?Pr ... 3&GunID=48

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    It will work with both of your Glocks. I use one. It has held up well, but I was putting in on and taking it off a LOT over a long period of time. Now the front snap sticks somewhat. I may have bent the snap. At any rate, it still works great as a belt slide holster. The pistol is easy to draw, but it is very secure.
     
  5. triggerman357

    triggerman357 New Member

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    Thanks legacy38, I found one on ebay for $13. Hopefully I'll have it by Friday so I can start CCing a full size GLOCK.
     
  6. legacy38

    legacy38 Active Member

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    Proud to be of service. I think you'll like it.
     
  7. Firearmz

    Firearmz New Member

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    I had 3 people in a class this weekend and all were shooting G26 9MM's, by 650 rounds all had tape, blisters, and were just really tired. If you have a sub-compact and a larger gun of the same caliber (G26/17 or G27/G22) it maybe a good idea to bring them both. It will definitely help the hands.
     
  8. tony218

    tony218 New Member

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    "Those are some friendly guys, and they know their GLOCKs"


    i agree but, that's all they know.
    don't ask them about any other gun because it's a POS.