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Glock GL23 .40 S&W, $641

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While some shooters still cry out for a mechanical safety, others rejoice in the Glock's simple design and short, consistent trigger. We think each year's Glock is better than the last.

Glock GL23 .40 S&W, $641

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The Glock extractor and ejector functioned flawlessly; we had no failures during our test. There is no chamber-loaded indicator and no visual cue to let someone know the gun is cocked and ready for fire. Those characteristics are part and parcel of Glock's desired level of simplicity.

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