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I have been a long gun kind of guy since I can remember. Grew up that way. Not to say I haven't owned a few handguns along the way, but everybody in my town knew everybody, no serious need to defend yourself.

Fast forward 10 years and times have changed. I have moved and no longer know all my neighbors. I have a wife and 16 month old to protect. The government has gone crazy (a subject for the humidor). It was time for a defensive weapon.

I introduce the gun that everybody knows. Whether they choose to love or hate it, nobody can deny the reliability of Glock. It just works. While it is my first Glock, I can already tell you there will be more.

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I'm sure it will serve you well. I hunted as a kid and grew up with long guns also, same small town upbringing. First pistol I ever bought was a Glock 23. 7000 +/- rounds later and it's still never had a single failure. The downside is the infectious love of handguns that Glock gave me lol. The condition has become so severe that I have had to medicate the condition with about two dozen more handguns haha! But my g23 still gets carried regularly. Enjoy
 

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Welcome to the club. I was just looking at .22 conversion kits for my G23 this morning. Haven't found one yet, as I think they're generally for G17 and G22, some others.
Look through the accessories in the classifieds, I think i remember seeing one in there a wk or two ago. I could be mistaken, but it's worth checking.
 

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Keep that thing on a short leash. Glocks are infamous for their short temper and shooting their owners.

Congrats on your first Glock. Now of course you'll NEED a 26 and 17.
 
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