I spent some time with the Glock 42s last week at the Range, but I was just about ready to leave when the owner, a woman named Kate, asked if I would like to shoot her Glock 43.
I did and I had a blast.
She also had a nice Glock 43, which she told me was one of the best handguns she’d ever shot.
I asked her what she’d like to know about the Glock in terms of features and if there was anything I might want to add.
She had a couple of options, including the ability to customize it.
“But you’re not getting that until I get it.
I’m gonna have to wait until it gets here,” she said.
So I asked Kate about the price.
“It’s $3,500, which is a pretty big price tag,” she told my friend.
“And then I’m not gonna be able to shoot it until I can get my own Glock 43 and get a bunch of stuff,” she added.
It was a lot of money for a gun that, for $3.5 million, is just a tiny fraction of the gun’s cost.
And, for a first-time buyer, that can be quite a hefty price tag.
I was also intrigued by the fact that the Glock is not the only gun in the line that has the ability for customization.
There are several options to add to the gun, including a trigger, sights, grips, and of course the sights themselves.
It’s not the most practical thing in the world to have to buy multiple guns to play with.
The other big selling point for the Glock and its owner is its versatility.
For the most part, it’s easy to take apart and put back together.
But that’s where the customization comes in.
“Customers love to customize their guns, but they’re often intimidated by how expensive it can be,” said Adam Dang, senior vice president of firearms and accessories at Barrett Firearms, a company that makes Glock handguns.
And there are a lot more people who will never need to have a gun customized because they already have the gun.” “
There’s no reason for them to spend that much money on something that can’t be used in a range.
And there are a lot more people who will never need to have a gun customized because they already have the gun.”
Dang explained that, while Glock 43 owners are often hesitant to get their hands on a custom-built gun, the company’s custom-designed guns are often popular with customers who are not gun enthusiasts.
“We think that when a gun is custom made, it shows that the gun has been thought through,” he said.
“I think people are attracted to the fact they’re getting something they know and trust.”
I also asked Kate what I should expect to see in the future.
“As more people start to use this, we’ll see more customization options,” she replied.
“That’s really what I’m really looking forward to.
It will be something that I can put on my wall and have on my desk, just like the Glock.”
Kate also suggested I take the time to look at her guns from different perspectives.
“You’re looking at a different gun than the ones you see on the market,” she explained.
“For example, I see a Glock 43 with a big stock, big grips, big sights, and a nice trigger.
But there’s a Glock 42 that has a very nice trigger, but it’s a little bit smaller than the one I like.
And then there’s the Glock that I see on a lot, which I’m super proud of, but the ones that are smaller, the ones I don’t see as well, I just can’t live with that.”
She also suggested that I take time to learn about the differences between different models.
“Some of the things you see in a lot people’s gun are different than what you see when you’re looking on a website,” she continued.
“If you go online and see all of the different Glock 43 models, you’ll see that there are lots of things you can do with it.
But if you look on a gun like the G17, there are very few different things that it can do.”
She then pointed to the differences in the Glock’s sights and sights rail as well.
“The difference between the G16 and the G21 is a lot bigger than you might think.
The G17 is the same gun as the G20, and there are the same numbers of sights on it,” she pointed out.
You might love it for the looks and the looks might be what you love the most about it. “
So the fact is, when it comes to gun owners, it is really up to you how you use the gun.
You might love it for the looks and the looks might be what you love the most about it.
And so you’ll get a lot