Glock dilemma

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by norahc, Apr 6, 2012.

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Which one to buy.

Poll closed Apr 10, 2012.
  1. G29SF

    4 vote(s)
    66.7%
  2. G33

    2 vote(s)
    33.3%
  1. norahc

    norahc Active Member

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    I'm having a hard time deciding on my next Glock purchase.

    The choice is between the G29SF and G33.

    One of my goals is to collect at least one of every Glock model I can, starting by getting one of every caliber. My current EDC is a G20SF, and I don't have a .357 sig yet.

    However, the primary purpose of this gun would be a BUG so if I went with the 29 I wouldn't have to carry multiple caliber ammo.

    Thoughts?
  2. ryan42

    ryan42 New Member

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    Dont know about the others but my favorite and my carry gun is glock 21,45acp its full size and I love it.It never fails its easy to clean and it has awesome knock down power.It has a double stack mag,holds 13 and 1 in the pipe.I figure if I cant hit them with 14 rounds ill just throw it at them and run like hell.lol I dont think youll go wrong with any model glock youll choose.Ya always hear people knock them cause their a plastic gun.Most of them have never shot one let alone held one.If the space age polymer wasnt the way to go why are the other big brand names following suit.Theres alot of companies using polymer frames.good luck:)
  3. norahc

    norahc Active Member

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    I should clarify that I already have the following Glocks: G17, G20SF, G23, and G30
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    you must like them alot.cool we got something in common,before I had my glock I was gonna buy a sprinfield .40 cal but my nephew got in a bind and he just bought the glock and only fired 10 rounds and he sold it to me for 200.00
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    Helix_FR New Member

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    If you looking for a bug gun then go with one that ammo is easily obtainable. 357sig and 10mm are not either one of those so its a toss up .
  6. norahc

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    Ammo is not a concern, other than I don't have any .357 sig yet. Considering my primary carry weapon is a 10mm, I'm confused by what you meant by that.
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    Although I am not a Glock fan, I like the idea of the BUG using the same ammo as your primary carry weapon. Just makes good sense!
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  9. norahc

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    That is the reason I'm leaning towards the 29, but I keep hearing good things about the .357sig round.
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    I have the G-30SF and if the G-29SF is anything like it, you will love it.
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    I've also got a 20-SF, it takes a little more work to conceal it, but its just fine in a Bug-Out Bag :)
    Or, more precisely, in a Diaper Bag, which can hold the 4 extra mags as well ;)

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    Personally, I'd go with the G33. I've heard nothing but good about the .357 Sig. The only reason I don't own one now is because I try to limit how many different calibers of ammo I have to stock up on. It doesn't sound like that is a concern for you.
  13. norahc

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    I picked up my new G29SF earlier today, but not without some regret. The gun shop also had a G32 in stock for the same price, but it was extremely difficult to override the logic of a BUG being the same caliber as your EDC.

    Oh well, I guess that decides what my next Glock purchase will be. :cool:
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