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Old 10-25-2013, 06:16 AM
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Glock 33?

I have carried a 9mm in Smith in Wesson and currently in EAA Witness(cause it is cheap and I dont care if it gets scratched up), also an XD 40 in sub compact. I really liked the XD but I still own a larger 40 and kinda want something different. I sold my bike and have some spending money and I think I want a Glock 33, which is a 357 sig as a carry gun. What do yall think of the 357 sig and the sub compact glock.
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Boo to glock. to XD

What about an XDs?
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Old 10-28-2013, 05:32 AM
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I had one and it was part of a trade to get an OBS. I liked it, so I really have no reason to not go with an XD. I did figure out that the Glock 33 is way to small for my hand, I know you can get the extended mag with the finger grip but the 32 just feels a lot better.
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Old 01-12-2014, 06:07 AM
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I own a glock 32, which is the mid-size 357 sig. I love the gun. It is my daily carry weapon. I carry it in a Crossbreed Supertuck holster. I would steer toward a mid-size and not the compact. I can easily conceal mine wearing a t-shirt. The Crossbreed Holster runs about $65 but it is a great investment. I love the glocks, they break down easily and clean easily. I own a 32 and a 23. They use the same holster and accessories.
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Old 01-13-2014, 05:37 AM
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That is what I ended up with. I didnt like the feel of almost two fingers hanging off the bottom of the compact model, but the glock 32 feels pretty good. I have been using an Old Faithful holster but I dont like it all that much. I may have to try that Cross Breed.
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Old 01-13-2014, 04:52 PM
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I felt the same way when purchasing my 23, untried the 27 out and didn't like the short grip. So I stuck with the midsize when i purchased the 32. I had several holsters before the crossbreed and all were uncomfortable. The crossbreed is a little uncomfortable for the first week or two until the leather breaks in and conforms to your shape. After that it's smooth sailing, wish I would have known about this holster years ago. You can adjust the cant forward or backward, they come with 2 sets of belt clips. A standard pair and then a set that are smaller and more easily hidden for formal wear


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the crossbreed is a good ccw holster also look at a company called White Hat Holsters, personally I like them better because you can change out the kydex instead of having to buy a whole new holster, you can also customize it to fit your taste.
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