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Let's see all the Glocks!!

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by Bootleggn, Feb 18, 2016.

  1. druryj

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    Glock 43. I’ve had this since right after they came out, so almost 3 1/2 years now. It’s got a bit of holster wear, but it runs great. I put a Keneti tech flat trigger in it, and she wears a fiber optic front sight. Ghost edge connector and the .25 cent trigger job and the trigger on it is pretty darn good, considering. I do have a pancake rig for it, but it’s way down in the box somewhere with some others that don’t see much duty time. This Glock 43 normally rides in a TT gun leather KX slim IWB holster. I went with this holster after talking Tim Thurner at TT Gunleather, it was made for small single stack nine like this. Occasionally I’ll drop it into an RM Lowrider single clip Kydex for easy on and off.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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    Gen 4 Glock 19. This one also sports a Keneti Tech Flat Trigger but has factory night sights. Shown with an RM Lowrider kydex IWB and a Milt Sparks VM II. Has a Glock (-) Connector and of course, 25 cents worth of trigger components polishing. This gun is the never-fail protector of the nightstand in addition to seeing her fair share of CCW time. I will never part with this pistol. It just plain works. The Glock 19 does everything well for what it’s deigned to be; an ultra reliable, combat accurate, high capacity handgun that will run and run and run. I wish we had had these in the Corps back in my day. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    I do have a UBG RTBA Pancake Holster for it too; I don’t usually carry it OWB except at the range but here it is. Now that I have the 29, I’ll probably carry that mostly in colder weather. [​IMG]


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    @druryj Yes that UBG RTBA for the 19 looks a little dusty. Maybe I should come get it and clean it up for you. I'll bring it back I promise...
     
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    You can’t fault me for replies over a year old
     
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    The need for an aftermarket glock trigger is inversely proportional to the time one spends dry firing.
     
  6. Fyrtwuck

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    It really sucks when you get old and can’t remember stuff.

    :laugh6:
     
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    I think it's a Gen 5
    Brick.jpg
     
  8. druryj

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    Who said anything about need?


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    To make the glock better you need an aftermarket trigger, aftermarket lower, aftermarket slide, aftermarket barrel..and so on and so on.
     
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    No you don't....

    ....well, I did add a grip thingie.

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    But, it's also a firebreather...

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