Glock Compact Fixed-Sight Pistols

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Renowned for rugged reliability that keeps them shooting in the most extreme conditions, Glock polymer-frame pistols have seen military and law-enforcement action around the world. Each model has integrated safety systems, fixed sights and a tactical rail in front of the trigger guard for accessories such as lights and lasers.
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awesome gun

I purchased the Glock 32 in .357 sig early 2012. This gun is great. Over 1000 rounds not a single jam or hiccup. Not accurate with 100 grain frangible ammo but anything 125 grain you can hit the bullseye all day. This caliber also provides serious range for a pistol. @ 100 yards you can hit one of those zombie lifesize targets without aiming up. I trust my life with it and she never leaves my side. Buy a Hogue grip and the recoil vanishes. One complaint is how loud this caliber is comparatively to common rounds. Did i mention the power this caliber packs? I own a Colt 1911, sig, barret, s&w j frame and many more. This gun is by far the easiest to disassemble, most reliable, most accurate and longest range semi Ive ever used
PFCpatriot at Cabelas on 01/23/2013

If I were buying a gun today, I'd get the Glock 23

I've owned my Glock 23 for about 2 years now. Before I purchased it I did a lot of research and handled many different guns. This was only my second pistol purchase so I made a few mistakes on the first one. This time I was determined to choose what felt good in my hands, was light, balanced and reliable. The Glock 23 Gen 4 is all of this and more. I've put over 2500 rounds through this gun without one misfire or failure to eject. This weapon has proved itself to be flawless. If I fire 50 rounds I clean it. What a breeze it is to clean. No tools needed. If I were buying a .40 cal. today, I'd get the same one. Hands down.
2TommyTurtle at Cabelas on 07/27/2013

Great, but can be greater

I have my Glock 23 for about 2 years now and put through about 500rds. I love the 23 in the .40s&w because it is the right size gun to carry and still packs a punch. What I would change right away is the slide spring, one issue with it is that over time the plastic guide for the spring wears out, this is with the 3rd gen, the gen 4 fixed this. They do make a steel or carbide guide that is easily intalled and will add more life to the gun,
But overal fun to shoot and not a lot of rcoil for the .40 cal bullet. I have fired a lot of other .40's and the glock is by far the nicest.
HFMguns at Cabelas on 03/03/2013

You need one...and you know it

I have purchased two Gen 4 Glocks this year...a 19 and a 26 and I love them both. They have both performed -flawlessly- and I would personally take them over some other more expensive semi auto pistols. Some folks seem to think Glocks aren't "sexy" and that their somewhat plain looks somehow detract from their desirability...Well that's their just baloney. I mean lets face it, Glocks are to guns what a Hammer is to tools...In other words you just -have- to have one around the house.
SteviePee at Cabelas on 05/23/2013