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    Quote Originally Posted by YankeeZulu View Post
    Nice one, Wilhelm. I'm definitely showing this link around to some of my people.

    ...The EG Raindrop Camo backdrop was a nice touch!

    Thank you sir. I try to put a little bit of Germania in most things I do every day. It's in my blood.

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    Glocks are my go to pistols because of many factors. That's not to say there isn't comparible or better options, but at blue label pricing, they're really hard to beat. I only own other pistols because I can and enjoy doing so. That's awesome you've got so much life out of it. Why retire it? Make it an even 100k!
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    Im impressed and a bit surprised
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    I own three Gen 3 Glocks. I can honestly say I've never had a hick up with any of them.
    If they need anything it's night sights that are metal. We live in a time where you can buy a Glock and honestly that's the only handgun you'll need​ for the rest of your life.
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    First - makes me feel a lot better about the 2 Glocks i own. My Glock 31 is my go to war gun. It is set up for 357sig, .40 and 9mm as the Glock 17 magazines fit, just needed a barrel change and a recoil spring change.
    Second, that is around $20,000 in ammo. That is a lot of practice. Appreciate the post.

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    The guy who owns the pistol pictured also has some Glock .40's and has been very disappointed in them because he has seen a good deal more wear and breakages. 9mm is the way to go for longevity according to him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilhelm View Post
    The guy who owns the pistol pictured also has some Glock .40's and has been very disappointed in them because he has seen a good deal more wear and breakages. 9mm is the way to go for longevity according to him.
    He's right. With that kind of round count the 40s tend to take a beating. The design really does shine in 9mm
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    Very educating thread. I like my Glocks and they are pretty much my daily ccw. The best use for a .40 Glock is to get a nice cheap LE trade G22 and a 9mm conversion bbl. in my opinion.

    The only mod I have done to all of mine is a Lone Wolf extended slide release. I'm in the process of sending all mine back to Glock for the factory night sight install.
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    I'm about to purchase my first Glock 19. I really like reading reviews from actual owners and shooters. Great post
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