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What model of Glock do you carry?

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With the variety of models and calibers available, LEOs have a wide choice of which Glock model is right for them. Discuss what model and caliber you prefere and why.


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We are issued a 31 and a 33 in the 357 sig. I like them cause it's a hot round.


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I carry the Glock 23 in .40 cal on duty. We are issued Ranger SXT ammunition, which makes the .40 a good choice. I like the Glock 23's size because it is easily concealed off-duty.


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Glock model 22.  I also have a Glock 19

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I carry a Glock model 22 on duty, and a 23 off duty.  I own a limited edition glock 27 with a chrome slide.  I would carry the 27off duty, but the chrome slide makes it out of policy for my dept.

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We are issued and I am personnally in love with my 22C.  Easy to conceal and a joy to fire.  Never have I walked away from qualifying with a score lower than a 98%.  One thing that might deter others in carrying a compensated Glock is the flash it puts off when fired at night.  Great tool to have overall.

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i carry the Glock 21 SF. I was glad when our dept. got away from the 40s and went to the 45's. I love the 21

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Glock 21SF here as well. I own a Glock 22 and I can't even begin to tell you how much I like the 21SF over the 22 when it comes to recoil.

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My department issues Sig's but I can't stand the double action on the first pull so I did the sensible thing and bought my own model 21 and a model 30 back up.  Glock is the only gun other than my rifle I trust my life with.


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Glock 22 love it easy to shhot easy to take down and clean very sweet weapon

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I CARRY A GLOCK 31 357SIG ON DUTY AND A 32 OFF DUTY.

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  Glock 22 before I retired.. Now I carry a Glock 26 CCW and a G34 while training.. .40 cal to expensive to just plink..


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Glock 22 on duty. Glock 30 off duty.

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23 on duty, 27 off duty

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Glock 22

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We issue the 22c for our patrol staff.  When I made detective, I now carry a 23c. GLOCKS ROCK!

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Glock 22


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Glock 35 and Glock 27


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I carry a Glock 19C for easy concealment.  Plus, being compensated makes the gun a tack driver.  My other carry is a Sig 226.  It was what I carried as a duty weapon.  I like the weight and the 3lb. trigger pull after the 1st shot.  Call me old fashion.

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Whether it's a 17m 21Sf or something else, the most important points are this:


1. Make double sure, maybe triple sure it is unloaded before you clean it. You already know why.


2. It don't matter what caliber or size. Just be a good shooter. That means practice. That mean cleaning your gun. That means getting on board with the fact that carrying a gun mean responsibility. The is not such thing as a 'man stopper'. There is such thing as proficiency in competency in working your gun.


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We are either issued a Glock 22 or 23.  I have a 23 at this time.  I would prefer to have the 21SF.  Our department has been looking at the 45's and I agree they should change.  Sarge is so right, practice and practice some more.  All guns are loaded.

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Model 21 for work. Model 23 for play.

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22 and 27 for duty, 31 for play


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Through my department, I am issued a Glock 37m which I carry when in uniform. I usually work undercover, so I carry the Glock 27 most of the time.


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Glock 23 ...small but big enough.

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Glock 22

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I have permission from my chief to modify my model 23. I am replacing the factory trigger with a 3.5 lb trigger. My bud is a glock armorer, so the cost of labor is a couple of beers!


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Glock 23. Looking at a 37

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I am carrying one of the early import model 21.  You can't beat the knock down power of a .45 cal.


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Model 22 and a model 27.  I like the fact that I can use my duty mags in my 27.

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