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cochraneap
01-15-2010, 19:49
OD Green Gen 4 Glock 36 SF C
- with Novak night sights
- Lasermax guide rod laser
- & polished titanium internals

Not even joking. This bad boy is my idea of Glock Perfection.

I would give anything for Glock to build one of these for me.

I would never need another carry gun for the rest of my life.

What model/configuration do you wish Glock would produce?

msoprano
01-15-2010, 20:22
I could never warm up to my lasermax unit. IMO, other than sights, keep it stock!

I wouldn't mind the .40/9mm line coming from the factory with a grip reduction. I guess I'd like a gen4 G19sf.

Ak.Hiker
01-16-2010, 22:18
A single stack 10mm with a 3.8 inch barrel.

Jim S.
01-17-2010, 07:24
A 40 megawatt pulse phaser. (just kidding)

den888
01-30-2010, 20:18
A ultra compact single stack in 9mm (7+1 or so)...

the perfesser
01-30-2010, 20:44
A single-stack, full-size Glock .45ACP.

tkdkracker007
02-01-2010, 15:11
A single-stack, full-size Glock .45ACP.

The Glock 1911? :whistling:
^ Even better if I could use the mags in my 36!




I want a 10mm single-stack, same size as a G36 in OD green with a rail, and XS Big Dots. No, not picky at all.

tuica
02-03-2010, 14:02
I would like Glock to manufacture a 45 ACP compact: mid-way in size between the G21 and G30. Maybe one each in single/double stack, but given only one, the double. This would compete with thier midframe 45 GAP, so doubt it will happen until the GAPPERS are no longer produced. Which begs an interesting question. With which model will Glock cease production - if any? Would love to view their sales figures, but think most savy Glockites could draw up a pretty accurate model sale totals. Cheers

the perfesser
02-04-2010, 21:40
With Glock practically giving away .45GAP pistols to various state police forces / highway patrols, I don't think that the company will drop this line soon. And as long as Gaston is alive, I would not expect the demise of Glock pistols in "his" cartridge.

All it might take for a .45GAP surge would be some major ammo manufacturer producing it in an economy line. What would be the downside then? We're talking about a quality pistol in a caliber somewhat comparable to .45ACP and grip ergonomics comparable to the 9mm / .40S&W platform and small-hand-friendly.

tuica
02-05-2010, 14:51
I would entertain owning a GAPGlock - appreciate the technology - but Gapammo nearly impossible to find here in Portland metro area. Other major calibers tough enough to locate - so....