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Old November 15th, 2009, 20:27   #1
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a couple gbb pistol questions

hey im just wondering, what is the difference between the glock 23, glock 27 and glock 32c are.
also which would you recommend. one of the three glocks listed previously from kjw or the kwa usp?
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Old November 15th, 2009, 20:56   #2
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Since you are age verified, I'd suggest you try to track down a KSC Glock 19. Much more potent workhorse.
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Old November 15th, 2009, 20:58   #3
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Since you are age verified, I'd suggest you try to track down a KSC Glock 19. Much more potent workhorse.
He's asking what the difference is so he can make the decision himself.

I don't personally know the difference, but this wikipedia article may have what you're looking for.

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The Glock 23 is a .40 S&W version of the compact Glock 19. It is dimensionally identical to the Glock 19 but is slightly heavier and uses a modified slide, frame, .40 S&W barrel and a standard magazine capacity of 13 rounds. The factory 15-round magazine from the larger Glock 22 will also function in the Glock 23.
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The Glock 27 is a .40 S&W version of the subcompact Glock 26, with a standard magazine capacity of 9 rounds. The factory magazines from the larger Glock 22 and 23 will also function in the Glock 26, increasing capacity to 13 or 15 rounds.
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The Glock 32 is a .357 SIG (9x22mm) variant of the compact Glock 23. The standard magazine capacity of the Glock 32 is 13 rounds.
The c on the end may stand for compact.


Edit: Wait, no it doesn't.. Here you go.

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GLOCK 32C: (compensated) This means that there are holes near the front and top of your gun. The cuts, slits, holes push gases upwards so that the resulting upward force keeps the recoil minimized. This translates a quicker follow-up shot due to reduced muzzle flip (recoil) that a non-ported barrel will give you.
Most of these seem to be just different mag sizes, ammo types (moot in airsoft), and looks.
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Old November 15th, 2009, 21:04   #4
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He's asking what the difference is so he can make the decision himself.

I don't personally know the difference, but this wikipedia article may have what you're looking for.

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The c on the end may stand for compact, or the third iteration of the 32.

Most of these seem to be just different mag sizes, ammo types (moot in airsoft), and looks.

Pretty sure the 'C' is because the barrel is ported, helping control recoil.
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Old November 15th, 2009, 21:34   #5
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the main difference in Glock models is frame size and caliber. C is for compensated.

If you are looking for a full frame Glock the TM Glock 17 is great, if your looking for something smaller (not much maybe 1" shorter) the KSC Glock 19 AKA the best airsoft Glock you can buy. KJW Glocks are harder to find parts for so I would stick with TM, KSC/KWA.

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Old November 16th, 2009, 19:31   #6
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Thanks for all the input. but between the kjw glock 23/27/32c or the kwa usp which gun do you guys feel is more reliable and overall a better gun?
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Thanks for all the input. but between the kjw glock 23/27/32c or the kwa usp which gun do you guys feel is more reliable and overall a better gun?
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forget the 27 unless u want it solely as a backup, the 23 and 32 are the EXACT same thing, the only difference being the ported slide and outer barrel, between those two, the look is what you would have to decide is better for you.

i had a kjw usp compact before, was a nice gun but I didnt like the valve design on the magazine, and the slide was a tad too heavy for me, as it ate more gas, not sure about the KWA one though, it's a different design.

of all u mentioned, personally the G23 would be the best, but I'd take a TM Hi-capa 5.1 over all of them
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