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Glock 41


nra instructor
January 10, 2012
Well, I've finally filled out my "Gen 4" ticket with today's purchase of a reasonably new Glock 41/Gen 4.

Actually it's my shooting buddy across the canal who bought it in anticipation of shooting in IDPA/CDP but once he got his hands on his Walther PPQ in 45ACP, it was all over. As he's a Walther guy, the Glock got put in the safe and hasn't seen daylight in almost a year.

I've been culling out my Gen 3 stuff this year and only have the Glock 21 and a Glock 34 remaining that are still Gen 3's.

The 19, 23, 26, 30, 34 and 41 are all Gen 4's in the case. They each actually serve a specific purpose in the shooting games, but can be interchanged for daily carry when needed. Commonality is a big thing with me.

The "new" Glock 41 will fill the gap when shooting in CDP (IDPA) and in Production (USPSA) when I don't feel like running the 9mm guns. Sometimes that just happens.

Anyway, yell if anybody needs a good, clean stock G21 or G34, Gen 3's of course!