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Glock engineer explains the 43

Funny. I wanted to do a side by side comparison before purchasing my next summer carry gun. No contest. M&P Shield for me.

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LOL

Having this debate with myself right now. Shield ($329), XD-s ($399), or 43 ($439). The main thing the Glock has going for it - Glocks just work, every time no matter what.


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Having this debate with myself right now. Shield ($329), XD-s ($399), or 43 ($439). The main thing the Glock has going for it - Glocks just work, every time no matter what.
Glocks are tough no doubt. I carry the 36 single stack and I have zero issues with it to date....

I have several glocks not that I'm a fan boy I just kind of wound up with them, pawned a few for some people, bought one from a guy in a bind, and won one off a tip board at work for $25.00 woot... I did purchase the 36 though.... and right after a shooting I purchased two Glock 17's and wound up with consecutive numbers on those two, one is xxxx17 and the other is xxxx18 ... bought these simply for the 30rd magazine drama that was going around at the time

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Having this debate with myself right now. Shield ($329), XD-s ($399), or 43 ($439). The main thing the Glock has going for it - Glocks just work, every time no matter what.
I have become a Glockoholic. Thinking trading my G42, as much as I love it for a G43. Besides I have a G34 so G43 just makes sense.
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I have become a Glockoholic. Thinking trading my G42, as much as I love it for a G43. Besides I have a G34 so G43 just makes sense.
Is that kind of like saying I have a 1911 government and I need to trade for another 1911 officer this time?

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