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In the upcoming 2014 edition of GLOCK AUTOPISTOLS, author Dennis Adler writes, “Deciding on the purchase of a Glock autopistol for concealed carry or personal protection is an undertaking that goes well beyond buying a gun. Even though Glocks are among the most reliable and easy-to-handle semi-autos available, the model you choose must be one that you can carry completely concealed on a daily basis. And remember, the operative word in concealed carry is concealed.”
Adler continues, “Outside of military, federal service or law enforcement, where specific makes and models of guns are either issued or required, finding the gun and carry method that best suits an individual is a lot like buying a suit or a pair of shoes—first it has to fit. Before finding the right Glock for CCW, you have to think about your build, weight, physical condition—and even your age. As we get older, and as our vision and agility decline, the demands placed upon our bodies by the act of discharging a firearm seemingly increase. Moreover, everyone is different. There is no mold that any one person is going to fit into.”
So which Glocks and what concealed carry methods will work best for you?

To learn more, check out the 2014 edition of GLOCK AUTOPISTOLS, available on newsstands and digitally January 14, 2014. To subscribe, go to https://www.personaldefenseworld.com/subscribe.

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