GUN Local shop selling glocks for 499.99

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  1. AKing

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    17,19,22,23,26,27 all models going for 499.99

    I know to some of you these are expensive but tbh this is probably the best deal throughout the entire state of RI. They are also throwing in free glock ear muffs. Normally this place sells these glocks for 569.99 but they are having a 1 month special sale. Would be nice to finally own my first gun :hs:

    looking at 17,19,26

    Love glocks, studied em and actually learned how to take them apart and maintenance them. but as of late, people locally have been telling me to get sigs. Not really interested (no offense sig owners, the gun is damn accurate but i just love glocks), i've held both the 26 and 19 and loved them both, especially the 26 since it fit my hand perfectly with the mag extension. Anyone have any feedback on which of the 2 i should consider?
     
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    17.

    Glock 19 is the jack of all trades, if you can have only one pistol, it's the one to get.

    i, however, realized to late that I prefer specialization. Would prefer to own a 17 for shooting, 26 for carry.
     
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    not really interested in carrying seeing that i hardly put myself in situations that i need to carry ( I still know there are dangers out there ) The gun i choose will definitely be range shooting, plan to sign up for local law enforcement in january. Last time i went to the range i couldn't hit jack shit and that was with a .38 :wtc: Also tried an HK compact .40 and still failed :squint:
     
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    not on the list of guns, only ones i listed are the ones for 499.99
     
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    don't take this the wrong way (and i certainly don't mean anything negative by it) but as far as getting on target, a .22 is your best bet. with that, you don't have to compensate (or rather, hardly have to compensate) for recoil
    not that they're on sale or anything, but you know...
     
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    I have a Glock 26 and a Glock 19 right now. I prefer the 26 for carry, but the 19 is easier to shoot and much more comfortable in the hand. since you're in RI, 19 would be better, but if you lived in a hot place (100+ 4-6 months out of the year), the 26 is much nicer to carry. or get both :)
     

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