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Whether you are looking to upgrade an existing Glock model or looking to go for something completely new, the Glock 22 should be at the top of your short list. However, in this article we look at whether the Glock 22 with an extra barrel or two is the ultimate setup for the money. Our author breaks it all down and shows the easiest way to upgrade your Glock into the ultimate handgun.
When the Glock pistol was introduced, like many, I was skeptical of the polymer-framed pistol. I had positive experiences with the HK P9S 9mm and did not regard polymer as cheap—far from it. The HK was an extraordinary pistol. Rigorous testing and experience removed skepticism.The Glock was a reliable, affordable, and durable service pistol chambered for the popular 9mm Luger cartridge.
With reliability topping the list, a survival gun ideally needs to handle a steady diet of a common caliber, but what else does a gun-to survival gun need? Most important, how does your selection for the ultimate go-to survival gun compare with ours?
The debate over the best caliber is as classic as the guns that shoot them, and the wedge that has split more than one set of shooting buddies. No minds will be changed, but here is a strong case why the 9mm has become the king of self-defense cartridges.
For a limited time, Cheaper Than Dirt! is offering a $50 Cheaper Than Dirt! gift card with the purchase of five different firearms—the GLOCK 19 and 23, FN 40 and FNS-9, and the Escort MP-S/A semiautomatic shotgun. Spend it on ammo, targets or keep it for later. For range reports and reviews on all the guns on special, read this post and act fast. The free gift card promotion lasts only until March 19, 2015 and applies to certain product numbers only.
Looking back at the performances of the Glock Forties over the years, I was taken by how consistently they’ve shot, handled, and carried, and how steady the pricing has been.