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Thread: Gen 3 vs Gen 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wake27 View Post
    I hated the feel of the Glock until the 5s came out. The Gen 5s are solid and unless someone has been shooting Glocks for a few generations, I wouldn’t recommend buying anything but the newest.


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    I only had a 43 before the Gen 5 came out. Now I have a Gen 5 19 FS and a 45, they're the best Glocks I've ever felt. Between the lack of finger grooves, texture, smooth trigger face, trigger pull, etc. they're great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .45fmjoe View Post
    I only had a 43 before the Gen 5 came out. Now I have a Gen 5 19 FS and a 45, they're the best Glocks I've ever felt. Between the lack of finger grooves, texture, smooth trigger face, trigger pull, etc. they're great.
    The Glock Gen 5 are the best Glocks offered today. You can try to convince yourself otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAMagnussen View Post
    The Glock Gen 5 are the best Glocks offered today. You can try to convince yourself otherwise.
    What gen3 has for me is decades of use. Gen5 isn't there and if this were any other manufacturer we'd be told what does it do that genXYZ doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    What gen3 has for me is decades of use. Gen5 isn't there and if this were any other manufacturer we'd be told what does it do that genXYZ doesn't.
    ...but it’s not any other manufacturer.


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    IMO gen5 is the best version so far. No stupid finger grooves and revised spring designs should be less prone to breakage.

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    Gen4 was the first generation that fit my hand. Gen5 improved upon that. On top of that, it has a better finish on the slide, and a smoother trigger. To each his own, but my Gen5 19 is the best pistol I've owned.
    Those who beat their swords into plowshares will plow for those who do not.

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