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Link Posted: 3/16/2015 10:41:54 AM EDT
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  Connecticut get too cold?
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Single stack G19, LOL! Maximum trolling achieved. Way to go Glock!



What are you talking about?

This is he gun Glock fans want.

Nobody is asking for a Kel Tec P3AT sized Glock.

Have you ever carried a single stack 9mm?

They are nice.



  Connecticut get too cold?




hmm Kavinsky sounds an awful lot like Zaminsky... account creation time is also suspect...
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Weirdo?

Why would I want the g42?

It's too small.
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Single stack G19, LOL! Maximum trolling achieved. Way to go Glock!



What are you talking about?

This is he gun Glock fans want.

Nobody is asking for a Kel Tec P3AT sized Glock.

Have you ever carried a single stack 9mm?

They are nice.


basically EVERYONE is asking for a G42 sized block in 9mm minus you and the other weirdo in this thread. There is no point in anything bigger than g26 size in SS 9mm.



Weirdo?

Why would I want the g42?

It's too small.


No.  It's just right for pocket carry.  Full size, single stack guns are stupid.  
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A slim 19 and a slim 26 would be the same width  
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Why would they make a skinnier Glock 19 intead of a skinnier glock 26?



Because thinner is better than shorter.
Uh they would be the same width, but a modified glock 26 would be in line with the size of competitor's small 9mm single stack pistols that have 7 or 8 rounds  



How would they be the same width?
A slim 19 and a slim 26 would be the same width  



How?

That's like saying a Sig P239 is the same width as a P228.
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No.  It's just right for pocket carry.  Full size, single stack guns are stupid.  
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Single stack G19, LOL! Maximum trolling achieved. Way to go Glock!



What are you talking about?

This is he gun Glock fans want.

Nobody is asking for a Kel Tec P3AT sized Glock.

Have you ever carried a single stack 9mm?

They are nice.


basically EVERYONE is asking for a G42 sized block in 9mm minus you and the other weirdo in this thread. There is no point in anything bigger than g26 size in SS 9mm.



Weirdo?

Why would I want the g42?

It's too small.


No.  It's just right for pocket carry.  Full size, single stack guns are stupid.  

Like the 1911?
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A G19 sized single stack would hold 8, maybe.
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Actually it holds 10.  

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No.  It's just right for pocket carry.  Full size, single stack guns are stupid.  
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Single stack G19, LOL! Maximum trolling achieved. Way to go Glock!



What are you talking about?

This is he gun Glock fans want.

Nobody is asking for a Kel Tec P3AT sized Glock.

Have you ever carried a single stack 9mm?

They are nice.


basically EVERYONE is asking for a G42 sized block in 9mm minus you and the other weirdo in this thread. There is no point in anything bigger than g26 size in SS 9mm.



Weirdo?

Why would I want the g42?

It's too small.


No.  It's just right for pocket carry.  Full size, single stack guns are stupid.  


Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.
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What dimension means the most in concealability in your view? For most people, it's the height of a handgun as it's the butt of the grip that typically is the first part to print. I can conceal my G26 just fine, but my G19 prints too much. A single-stack G26 is what most people want from Glock this time around.
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10 rounds?

Something's fucky.



A single stack G19...  A Glock PPS.

Not some G42 sized piece of crap.

This is what we wanted.  And if you think otherwise, you just don't "get it" yet.


What would you do with a single stack G26? Why do you think this is better?  It's too big to be a pocket gun.  If you are going to carry it on your belt might as well carry a 19, they conceal the same.    Ankle carry?  I'm asking seriously, not criticizing.


What dimension means the most in concealability in your view? For most people, it's the height of a handgun as it's the butt of the grip that typically is the first part to print. I can conceal my G26 just fine, but my G19 prints too much. A single-stack G26 is what most people want from Glock this time around.


Good question.  I agree it is the height of the handgun.  However by the time you add an extender mag to your G26 it is basically the same height as the 19.  Even without an extender mag, I think if you are really worried about the height difference between a 19 and 26, then you worry to much about printing or are over thinking it.  People just are not that observant, and I'll take the slightly better "shoot-ability".    But the 26 is a great pistol and I see your point.  It's personal preference.  They will sell a ton of single stack 26s.
Link Posted: 3/16/2015 10:46:45 AM EDT
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I think pretty much everyone wants a Shield or LC9 sized glock, not a 9mm 1911 commander sized glock  
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Single stack G19, LOL! Maximum trolling achieved. Way to go Glock!



What are you talking about?

This is he gun Glock fans want.

Nobody is asking for a Kel Tec P3AT sized Glock.

Have you ever carried a single stack 9mm?

They are nice.
I think pretty much everyone wants a Shield or LC9 sized glock, not a 9mm 1911 commander sized glock  



No those are little pea shooters that are hard to control.

Look at the Walther PPS and kahr K9.  This is the same thing in version perfection.
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Edit: talking about Kavinsky101, charecter limit and fat fingers are screwing me over

In the same way that a 19 and 26 are the same width. you just lop a bit off of both ends.
No offense but you seem like a shill for glock. You seem to be 100% positive about what this is going to be and that we are all going to love it, and if we don'tdlove it we just don't "get it" and "this is what people wanted" even though its really not and only someone as out of touch with firearms users as a glock rep could think that. And you have a join date right when this broke.
Not trying to be a dick, my account is pretty new. Then again I am not going around hyping a product.
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Like the 1911?
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Pretty much.
Link Posted: 3/16/2015 10:46:51 AM EDT
10 rounds

I was hoping for a glock the size of the M&P shield

Guess ill just have to wait and see.....
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Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.
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Single stack G19, LOL! Maximum trolling achieved. Way to go Glock!


What are you talking about?

This is he gun Glock fans want.

Nobody is asking for a Kel Tec P3AT sized Glock.

Have you ever carried a single stack 9mm?

They are nice.


basically EVERYONE is asking for a G42 sized block in 9mm minus you and the other weirdo in this thread. There is no point in anything bigger than g26 size in SS 9mm.



Weirdo?

Why would I want the g42?

It's too small.


No.  It's just right for pocket carry.  Full size, single stack guns are stupid.  


Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.



Not true.
Link Posted: 3/16/2015 10:47:59 AM EDT
... going with the joke angle.
10 round single stack, yeah sure
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Too late for what?
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Too late, not that I believe it anyway.



Too late for what?

For starters, me. I went and bought a Shield a couple weeks ago.

People have been wanting a single stack 9mm for how long now? Numerous companies now have offerings in this realm, some even have no safety.  

Granted I'm sure they'll sell a bunch just because it's a Glock, but they lost A LOT of business because they were too slow to get a single stack 9mm out.
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A G19 sized single stack would hold 8, maybe.


Actually it holds 10.  

https://www.44mag.com/images/uploads/glmag1910_300.jpg


That's not a single stack mag.
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What are you talking about?

This is he gun Glock fans want.

Nobody is asking for a Kel Tec P3AT sized Glock.

Have you ever carried a single stack 9mm?

They are nice.
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Single stack G19, LOL! Maximum trolling achieved. Way to go Glock!



What are you talking about?

This is he gun Glock fans want.

Nobody is asking for a Kel Tec P3AT sized Glock.

Have you ever carried a single stack 9mm?

They are nice.


Yep. Sig P6. Only gun I regret getting rid of.
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For starters, me. I went and bought a Shield a couple weeks ago.

People have been wanting a single stack 9mm for how long now? Numerous companies now have offerings in this realm, some even have no safety.  

Granted I'm sure they'll sell a bunch just because it's a Glock, but they lost A LOT of business because they were too slow to get a single stack 9mm out.
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Too late, not that I believe it anyway.



Too late for what?

For starters, me. I went and bought a Shield a couple weeks ago.

People have been wanting a single stack 9mm for how long now? Numerous companies now have offerings in this realm, some even have no safety.  

Granted I'm sure they'll sell a bunch just because it's a Glock, but they lost A LOT of business because they were too slow to get a single stack 9mm out.



Sell the shield.  It's not too late.  Or keep it, I don't care.
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Tell me then - what prints when you CC?
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In the same way that a 19 and 26 are the same width. you just lop a bit off of both ends.
No offense but you seem like a shill for glock. You seem to be 100% positive about what this is going to be and that we are all going to love it, and if we don'tdlove it we just don't "get it" and "this is what people wanted" even though its really not and only someone as out of touch with firearms users as a glock rep could think that. And you have a join date right when this broke.
Not trying to be a dick, my account is pretty new. Then again I am not going around hyping a product.
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You should use the "Quote" tab so we know who you're bitchin' about.
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Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.



Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?
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You should use the "Quote" tab so we know who you're bitchin' about.
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In the same way that a 19 and 26 are the same width. you just lop a bit off of both ends.
No offense but you seem like a shill for glock. You seem to be 100% positive about what this is going to be and that we are all going to love it, and if we don'tdlove it we just don't "get it" and "this is what people wanted" even though its really not and only someone as out of touch with firearms users as a glock rep could think that. And you have a join date right when this broke.
Not trying to be a dick, my account is pretty new. Then again I am not going around hyping a product.


You should use the "Quote" tab so we know who you're bitchin' about.


I know, fat fingers and a touch screen causes issues, Im trying to fix it
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Tell me then - what prints when you CC?
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Not true.


Tell me then - what prints when you CC?



Width, heel of grip, external safeties, exaggerated beaver tails.
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Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?
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Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.



Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?



I'm carrying two right now there chief.
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I'm carrying two right now there chief.
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Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?



I'm carrying two right now there chief.


That's awesome, pal.
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That's awesome, pal.
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Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?



I'm carrying two right now there chief.


That's awesome, pal.


Thanks?
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Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?
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Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.



Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?


With subcompact or compact pistols length really becomes less an issue and width more of an issue. Yes, length is a problem if you're doing a full size pistol, but we're talking about what is likely to be a pistol in the compact or subcompact category here not full service size arena.

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Things are getting testy in here!



They can have both frame sizes.  Or, it may be the smaller frame, with the option of sticking that 10 round mag in.  




Count me among the many that would like a single stack G19 size.  For me, 6-8 rounds just isn't enough.  10+1 probably would be.  






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With subcompact or compact pistols length really becomes less an issue and width more of an issue. Yes, length is a problem if you're doing a full size pistol, but we're talking about what is likely to be a pistol in the compact or subcompact category here not full service size arena.

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Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.



Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?


With subcompact or compact pistols length really becomes less an issue and width more of an issue. Yes, length is a problem if you're doing a full size pistol, but we're talking about what is likely to be a pistol in the compact or subcompact category here not full service size arena.




Yup.
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Can't you all see it's an extended "high capacity" magazine?

To be used with the new "standard capacity" 6-shot gun.

Don't we already know the first thing to be done to any compact gun is for the user to make it bigger?!!!
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With subcompact or compact pistols length really becomes less an issue and width more of an issue. Yes, length is a problem if you're doing a full size pistol, but we're talking about what is likely to be a pistol in the compact or subcompact category here not full service size arena.

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Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.



Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?


With subcompact or compact pistols length really becomes less an issue and width more of an issue. Yes, length is a problem if you're doing a full size pistol, but we're talking about what is likely to be a pistol in the compact or subcompact category here not full service size arena.



True, but cc a glock 19 or a glock 26 and see what prints first.  It won't be the width.   It will be the extra length in the grip.  

95% of people wanting a single stack glock want something in the PM9, glock 42 size range.
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G43 is real
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My P938 is my current single stack carry gun. I'd love a Glock in that size chambered in 9mm to compliment my G19. If this is actually going to be a real thing I guess i'll hold off instead of getting a S&W Shield like I had been planning on doing.
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Things are getting testy in here!

They can have both frame sizes.  Or, it may be the smaller frame, with the option of sticking that 10 round mag in.  


Count me among the many that would like a single stack G19 size.  For me, 6-8 rounds just isn't enough.  10+1 probably would be.  




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People just want to hate on Glock if they don't come up with a microscopic 9mm smaller than the P3AT that they they can swallow in an exiegency.
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They are nice.
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They are nice.

Everyone except for the Glock kool-aide crowd has been carrying them for decades now.    
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True, but cc a glock 19 or a glock 26 and see what prints first.  It won't be the width.   It will be the extra length in the grip.  

95% of people wanting a single stack glock want something in the PM9, glock 42 size range.
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Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.



Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?


With subcompact or compact pistols length really becomes less an issue and width more of an issue. Yes, length is a problem if you're doing a full size pistol, but we're talking about what is likely to be a pistol in the compact or subcompact category here not full service size arena.



True, but cc a glock 19 or a glock 26 and see what prints first.  It won't be the width.   It will be the extra length in the grip.  

95% of people wanting a single stack glock want something in the PM9, glock 42 size range.



What they want isn't as important as what they need.

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Things are getting testy in here!

They can have both frame sizes.  Or, it may be the smaller frame, with the option of sticking that 10 round mag in.  


Count me among the many that would like a single stack G19 size.  For me, 6-8 rounds just isn't enough.  10+1 probably would be.  




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People just want to hate on Glock if they don't come up with a microscopic 9mm smaller than the P3AT that they they can swallow in an exiegency.
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No, pretty much the opposite of that has already been said. Nice tactic though.
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True, but cc a glock 19 or a glock 26 and see what prints first.  It won't be the width.   It will be the extra length in the grip.  

95% of people wanting a single stack glock want something in the PM9, glock 42 size range.
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Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.



Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?


With subcompact or compact pistols length really becomes less an issue and width more of an issue. Yes, length is a problem if you're doing a full size pistol, but we're talking about what is likely to be a pistol in the compact or subcompact category here not full service size arena.



True, but cc a glock 19 or a glock 26 and see what prints first.  It won't be the width.   It will be the extra length in the grip.  

95% of people wanting a single stack glock want something in the PM9, glock 42 size range.


True, but hence the FBI forward cant to most holsters. The heal of the pistol can be managed more easily than it's width at least for me.
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My P938 is my current single stack carry gun. I'd love a Glock in that size chambered in 9mm to compliment my G19. If this is actually going to be a real thing I guess i'll hold off instead of getting a S&W Shield like I had been planning on doing.
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Heavy
Kinda reliable, kinda not.
Hammer snags on everything.
Manual safety.
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They didn't.

All of the media released so far points to a G42 sized new product. The link in the OP is fucked. A full sized 9mm 1911 mag holds 9 rounds. A G19 sized single stack would hold 8, maybe. The G43 will most likely have a 6 round standard magazine.

A 10 round single stack magazine would require a grip length similar to an XDm full size, or a CZ P07 duty; it would be obnoxiously long.
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Why would they make a skinnier Glock 19 intead of a skinnier glock 26?


They didn't.

All of the media released so far points to a G42 sized new product. The link in the OP is fucked. A full sized 9mm 1911 mag holds 9 rounds. A G19 sized single stack would hold 8, maybe. The G43 will most likely have a 6 round standard magazine.

A 10 round single stack magazine would require a grip length similar to an XDm full size, or a CZ P07 duty; it would be obnoxiously long.


The G43 slide nd bbl are longer than the G42's. The frame is larger as well. Promos were filmed with a couple celebrities last week.
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Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?
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Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?


You beat me to it.  I don't think he has....
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True, but cc a glock 19 or a glock 26 and see what prints first.  It won't be the width.   It will be the extra length in the grip.  

95% of people wanting a single stack glock want something in the PM9, glock 42 size range.
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Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.



Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?


With subcompact or compact pistols length really becomes less an issue and width more of an issue. Yes, length is a problem if you're doing a full size pistol, but we're talking about what is likely to be a pistol in the compact or subcompact category here not full service size arena.



True, but cc a glock 19 or a glock 26 and see what prints first.  It won't be the width.   It will be the extra length in the grip.  

95% of people wanting a single stack glock want something in the PM9, glock 42 size range.


You and I agree, but we need to use the correct word if people are to know what we're saying. The length of a gun is from the muzzle to the rear to the rear of the gun. The height of a gun is from the bottom of the magazine up to the top of the slide. The length of a handgun isn't nearly as important in concealability as the height is.
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They are nice.

Everyone except for the Glock kool-aide crowd has been carrying them for decades now.    
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Have you ever carried a single stack 9mm?

They are nice.


They are nice.

Everyone except for the Glock kool-aide crowd has been carrying them for decades now.    



Which is why Glock should too.

We need this here in the panhandle area in the summer.
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You beat me to it.  I don't think he has....
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Yep. For concealed carry, length is way more difficult to manage than width. If you're going to carry a gun that large, might as well have the full capacity.



Not true.



Wrong again.  Have you ever carried a gun?


You beat me to it.  I don't think he has....



S&W 3953 and a CS9.

Both single stacks.
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What they want isn't as important as what they need we say they should have.

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FIFY... you misspelled GLOCK's newest marketing slogan.
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Just get a 36...what a rousing sales success that has been ....
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True, but hence the FBI forward cant to most holsters. The heal of the pistol can be managed more easily than it's width at least for me.
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True, but cc a glock 19 or a glock 26 and see what prints first.  It won't be the width.   It will be the extra length in the grip.  

95% of people wanting a single stack glock want something in the PM9, glock 42 size range.


True, but hence the FBI forward cant to most holsters. The heal of the pistol can be managed more easily than it's width at least for me.


Not for me, I guess everyone is built different.  IME, width has everything to do with comfort but has very little to do with concealability.  

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FIFY... you misspelled GLOCK's newest marketing slogan.
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What they want isn't as important as what they need we say they should have.



FIFY... you misspelled GLOCK's newest marketing slogan.



At least their bullets face the right way in the magazine ok.
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