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Archive for category Glock
Known for their custom Glock work Lone Wolf Distributors now has magazine floor plates that give you some extra real estate for your grip.
The overall tone of the report in negative, but not as bad as I was expecting:
Double Diamond Supply now has lowers for sale that accept various Glock mags.
Business End Customs will customize Glocks by beveling the edges and chopping the grips to fit shorter magazines. They also customize 1911s and Smith&Wessons.
We’re sure he’ll stir up some “discussion” with these two points:
1. 1911s are like Strippers and Glocks are like Fat Girls
2. Why he chooses 9mm over 45
Opinions about the Glock vs MP vs XD
“It has been a while since we explored the differences between these three popular carry (CCW) pistols. This is a long look at lots of details and why I perfer the Smith & Wesson M&P over the Glock and why I don’t like the Springfield XD, but why I understand why some people do.”
This review is from My Gun Culture:
- Our G17 test gun came with three (17) round magazines. And a Glock magazine loader tool. We appreciate that as three magazines represents the minimum configuration for a self-defense gun. As a side note, we also really appreciate the street price of additional magazines for Glocks. $20-25 if you shop a bit. Compared to $40-50 magazines from other manufacturers who-will-not-be-named, that’s pretty darn reasonable.
- Shooting it sideways did not make us look any more fearsome on the range. Nor did any Hollywood producers call offering us bad guy roles in new action films. We did get puzzled looks from other shooters at the range however – and one tried to sell us some crack.
- The new G17 is a really comfortable gun to hold, and more importantly, shoot. It feels solid in the hand and has no tendency to slide around. No skateboard tape or rubber grip sleeves required, even if you’re a nervous sweaty-hand type.
An explanation of the Glock variations, so you can have a more clear idea of what you’re looking for if you are deciding on a Glock.