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Any good realistic ideas on what it could be ? I'd like to say it would be a very slim compact 45acp like the Shield 45 . But as Glock has done here lately it may be something stupid like a new 43X with a stippled magazine base plate. 

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Well…not only is it news; but its legendary News!!

Apparently it will be especially exciting if you register online for this extraordinary experience at Glock, and watch it live, December 10th at 10:00 am EST.  

I’m not a Glockster and they probably do a background check to see if you really own a Glock or if you are trying to sneak in. So I’ll have to hurry up and wait right here for one of you to fill us in.

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Yawn... it’s been many years since I was excited about anything by Glock. Still got my Glock 17, from 1991. Will never sale it off, but I doubt I’ll buy another one.

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I would love to see a Carbine or pdw with a brace but it will be another pistol that's the same. I love Glock but don't get excited about any of these announcements.

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1 hour ago, DaveTN said:

Well…not only is it news; but its legendary News!!

Apparently it will be especially exciting if you register online for this extraordinary experience at Glock, and watch it live, December 10th at 10:00 am EST.  

I’m not a Glockster and they probably do a background check to see if you really own a Glock or if you are trying to sneak in. So I’ll have to hurry up and wait right here for one of you to fill us in.

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I did register. lol

Maybe out of boredom. I don't know. But in the requested comment, I asked for a carbine(preferably in 45acp) or a true 22 caliber Glock with working mags. I do have a 17 frame with an Adv. Arms upper, but the mags with it are a pain in the butt to load.

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1 hour ago, Erich said:

Careful what you ask for

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And chambered in .45GAP, no doubt...

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2 hours ago, DaveTN said:

Well…not only is it news; but its legendary News!!

Apparently it will be especially exciting if you register online for this extraordinary experience at Glock, and watch it live, December 10th at 10:00 am EST.  

I’m not a Glockster and they probably do a background check to see if you really own a Glock or if you are trying to sneak in. So I’ll have to hurry up and wait right here for one of you to fill us in.

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I was sure you were going with "I'll have to hurry up and buy one!"

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What we need is a 10mm that is truly the size of a G19.  What we'll get is a new Glock trenching tool.

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The only new Glock I'm ever going to get giddy over would be a single stack 10mm, the same length & hight as a 19, with the width of a 43/48.

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12 or 13 rnd G43X/48 factory mags?

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Didn't they build the 10mm guns on the .45acp frame because the round is too much (horsepower or simply physical size) for the 9mm-sized frames?

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3 hours ago, TomInMN said:

Didn't they build the 10mm guns on the .45acp frame because the round is too much (horsepower or simply physical size) for the 9mm-sized frames?

IIRC, the 21 was an off shoot of the 20 vs the other other way around. It was built big for the pressures. And they just relieved the 10mm parts to get the bigger opening for the 45 and had enough meat left to make the lower pressure 45 OK.

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I'm thinking that it will be a 45acp and 10mm . The last few years all Glock has done was made 9mm this and that.  So hopefully something in the big bore range. I seriously doubt any rifles or carbines.

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Would be interesting if it was something like a .22lr trainer gun. Would anybody here pony up for that kind of thing?

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Maybe it'll be a trigger/guard that doesn't make my finger sore after a few magazines.

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2 hours ago, E4 No More said:

Maybe it'll be a trigger/guard that doesn't make my finger sore after a few magazines.

Which finger?  Legitimate question... even though it's practically begging for humor.

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10 hours ago, tercel89 said:

The last few years all Glock has done was made 9mm this and that.  

This would be just about all the manufacturers since it seems like there is no other pistol caliber now beside 9mm.   All other ones are red headed stepchildren.   :) I almost get embarrassed to say I recently bought one of the new Ruger Carbines in 40S&W...  

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7 minutes ago, Trekbike said:

This would be just about all the manufacturers since it seems like there is no other pistol caliber now beside 9mm.   All other ones are red headed stepchildren.   :) I almost get embarrassed to say I recently bought one of the new Ruger Carbines in 40S&W...  

You should be ashamed. While 40S&W is the ultimate round for semi-auto carry handguns, and truly a miracle round; its not a rifle round. Your Carbine should be a .308 Winchester.

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6 minutes ago, DaveTN said:

You should be ashamed. While 40S&W is the ultimate round for semi-auto carry handguns, and truly a miracle round; its not a rifle round. Your Carbine should be a .308 Winchester.

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Ha.    While I would agree the .308 is one of the best "all around" rifle calibers, it doesn't fit the classification of a PC Carbine.    :)

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12 minutes ago, DaveTN said:

While 40S&W is the ultimate round for semi-auto carry handguns,

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That's blasphemy talk in today's climate.   :) 

My previous carry was a Shield in .40 (almost unheard of) but I recently converted to a Sig P365.    The P365 offers 13 rounds in 9mm vs. 8 rounds of .40 in a slightly smaller package.     But wait there's more, when you factor in the spare P365 mag which is 15 rounds.     My spare Shield mag was a +1 so that gave me a total of 16 rounds of .40 with the Shield vs 28 rounds of 9mm with the P365.   I couldn't pass that up.    

 

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15 minutes ago, Trekbike said:

That's blasphemy talk in today's climate.   :) 

My previous carry was a Shield in .40 (almost unheard of) but I recently converted to a Sig P365.    The P365 offers 13 rounds in 9mm vs. 8 rounds of .40 in a slightly smaller package.     But wait there's more, when you factor in the spare P365 mag which is 15 rounds.     My spare Shield mag was a +1 so that gave me a total of 16 rounds of .40 with the Shield vs 28 rounds of 9mm with the P365.   I couldn't pass that up.    

 

Sure, but now not only are you stuck with a Sig, but you are stuck with a 9MM Sig.

I carry a Shield in the .40S&W. I know just the thought of firing that round scares the faint of heart, and the women and children.

I also (Sometimes) carry a M2.0 40 Compact 4”. It has 13 rounds, but will take my 15 round full size mags. If I get into something 13 rounds of .40S&W can’t get me out of…. it was nice knowing you guys; I had a good ride.

I also have a full size M&P 9mm. It does a great job of punching holes in paper and doesn’t scare the small children.

 

 

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16 minutes ago, DaveTN said:

 I carry a Shield in the .40S&W. I know just the thought of firing that round scares the faint of heart, and the women and children.

 

I thought that was the .45 ACP...

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2 minutes ago, Trekbike said:

I thought that was the .45 ACP...

Well....that too.

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1 hour ago, Trekbike said:

This would be just about all the manufacturers since it seems like there is no other pistol caliber now beside 9mm.   All other ones are red headed stepchildren.   :) I almost get embarrassed to say I recently bought one of the new Ruger Carbines in 40S&W...  

You should be. 🤣🤣🤣

just kidding! You should buy what you like. 🙂

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