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Old February 12th, 2009, 05:52   #16
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im also considering a KSC glock. g19 is too small for my hand however it is said to be more mature in design and reliability compared to a KSC g17. is there something as good as a KSC g19 but for a bigger hand?
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Old February 12th, 2009, 10:29   #17
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Old February 12th, 2009, 11:09   #18
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You can't be wrong with KSC Glock 19, I have both of Glock 17 and Glock 19 but I really like my Glock 19 better than 17 plus The Glock 19 is somehow look really cute to me, it fit me very well with Medium size hand so it won't be hard to fit most people at all. For the performance, My Glock 19 is somehow out standing most AEG on the field because of its accuracy, it would be more accurate if I put the tight bore in there but still the side arm mean for CQB, so you won't use out door game and get peopele 100 feet away from you, right ? then there is no point to carry AEG at all.

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Old February 12th, 2009, 11:25   #19
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Hi there, not sure about different brands and reliability, but the main diference between 19 and 17 is the barrel (inner & outer) length, slide length (hence the difference between front and rear sight, in which affects your aim ability if u uses ur sights to aim).

On the frame side, 17 is also slightly longer than 19. Grip angle is slightly different due to the backstrap 'hump' length. Also the finger indentation on the 17 is slightly spaced out more compared to 19s.

And since the barrel and slide difference, I believe the weight distribution is different as well. I have not tried both 19 & 17 to note the actual weight difference, not airsoft version anyway.

Hope this helps.
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Old February 12th, 2009, 11:43   #20
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im also considering a KSC glock. g19 is too small for my hand however it is said to be more mature in design and reliability compared to a KSC g17. is there something as good as a KSC g19 but for a bigger hand?
KSC G19 is the best and most reliable of any of the brands and Glock models (leaving TM out of it though). The KSC G17/18 is inferior to the KSC G19 actually.

Have you actually held a G19? Or just thinking it's a little pistol? I have large (not huge) sized hands and long fingers, and the 19 is perfect for me.
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Old February 12th, 2009, 12:04   #21
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Picture of girl = yikes.

Butterface and wrinkles? Not good advertising for Glock!
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Old February 12th, 2009, 13:19   #22
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KSC G19 is the best and most reliable of any of the brands and Glock models (leaving TM out of it though). The KSC G17/18 is inferior to the KSC G19 actually.

Have you actually held a G19? Or just thinking it's a little pistol? I have large (not huge) sized hands and long fingers, and the 19 is perfect for me.
i actually haven't i will try to get the first impression tomorrow.

the prices are: KSC G34(metal slide) 150$
and the KSC G19(metal slide) 95$.

with that kind of a price difference i should probably take the g19 and order some extra upgrades while im at it.
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with that kind of a price difference i should probably take the g19 and order some extra upgrades awhile im at it.
Unless you want higher FPS and more accuracy, in which case go with the G34.
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Old February 12th, 2009, 14:43   #24
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Sorry, I found that sentence confusing. You mean that the G34 has more accuracy and FPS, right?
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Old February 12th, 2009, 14:49   #25
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out of those two I would take the Glock 19 even if you switched the prices I would still pick the 19.
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Sorry, I found that sentence confusing. You mean that the G34 has more accuracy and FPS, right?
Yes, cause it has a longer barrel.
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And it'll likely suffer the same lacking the G17/18s do. There is a very good reason why the KSC G19 is popular. And, if you wrap the inner barrel with tape just behind the O-ring, just enough to make it sit nicely within the outer barrel, you'll get a massive increase in accuracy. I've been able to shoot 3" groups at 30ft using 0.28g BBs with both of mine, and only one has a tightbore. And no, I don't "will" the BBs to hit where I want them, as much as legend might have it. Lol
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Old February 12th, 2009, 18:04   #28
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Yeah. I dont like the 20 on ward models. they seem too big and proportionate. for look wise, 17 looks practical but ive heard that the 19 you will love as soon as you hold it. feel comes first then id go for looks. there are a lot more parts for the 19 out there i hear.
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Old February 14th, 2009, 05:15   #29
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I like my KSC G19. I've had mine used for over a year now and I'm still satisified with it. I have relatively small hands, but the G19 fits nice and snug into them. If you do get the KSC G19, make sure you get a metal slide for added durability and looks. Also, I suggest that you get first-hand experience with all your options. That way, you'll know what you're getting yourself into.

In the end, its all about personal preference. You go for what you want. That's the only way you'll be happy with what you get.
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Old February 14th, 2009, 06:05   #30
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http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/ksc-g19-g...e-version.html

the metal slide version of KSC G19 - is it a decent slide? and im wondering if thats the only extra metal part that the metal-slide-version has.
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