When I was in high school, I got my first pistol when I was 17 and had to pay $350 for it.
I’ve been gunning for a Glock 43 ever since, and the Glock 43 has become my daily carry.
I had a few Glock 43s before that, but it was only with my mother’s permission.
It was a good Glock.
I like it for its accuracy, durability, and ergonomics.
However, the Glock 42 I purchased was much more comfortable and comfortable.
It didn’t have a magazine that was too small for me to hold the gun in my lap.
When I got the Glock 41, it was much better.
It also had a magazine of my own choice, so I didn’t need to buy a Glock.
So, I’ve kept the Glock because I think it’s the best handgun for my needs.
When my Glock 43 went into production, I was able to purchase two more.
Now, I have six.
I just want to know: Is there something I can do to make my life easier with this handgun?
Do I want to keep my Glock because it is comfortable, durable, and has a decent magazine?
How would you go about finding something that will help me achieve my goals?
And most importantly, are you satisfied with your gun?
Is it comfortable and reliable?
Are you satisfied as a hunter?
How can I improve on my gun?
Let’s find out!