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    Truck broken into at the airport long term parking lot, Glock 20C with Galco chest holster gone. ( somewhere around Feb 3rd ) Will the new Glock 40 use the same magazines? Have 8 mags so it would be nice if the 40 uses the same.

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    Sucks to hear about your G20C!!!!!
    As far as the mags, yes they will fit. I used the same mags for my G20 Gen 2, G20sf and G40MOS. Let us know what you think about the G40MOS! So far I really like mine and hope to use it for spring black bear hunting. I put a Burris Fast Fire III on mine and again so far really like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainMariner View Post
    Truck broken into at the airport long term parking lot, Glock 20C with Galco chest holster gone. ( somewhere around Feb 3rd ) Will the new Glock 40 use the same magazines? Have 8 mags so it would be nice if the 40 uses the same.
    Sorry to hear about the demise of you Glock 20. I hope it turns up and the perpetrator goes down!

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    Me too, what EKC said.

    But that brings up a another question.

    I spose, one should report a stolen gun, if it isn't from an area that you're not spose to have one, BUT, is it "unethical" not to report it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty of the North View Post
    Me too, what EKC said.

    But that brings up a another question.

    I spose, one should report a stolen gun, if it isn't from an area that you're not spose to have one, BUT, is it "unethical" not to report it???

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    Thanks. Ordering a 40. Hope the thief turns on the spot gen3 tracker attached to the holster. My PowerWagon had the passenger window busted out, they mangled my ignition switch and steering column but failed to get it running. They did kill my battery though. Left a screwdriver and window breaking tool inside. Stole some other crap from inside the cab. Had a police officers business card inside too. Called him and he seemed very disinterested until I mentioned the pistol being gone. Suddenly he became quite helpful but proceeded to lecture me about how irresponsible it is to leave a firearm in my vehicle. Told him I'd continue to be "irresponsible" similar to complacent policing and laughable prosecution by district attorneys.

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    As I recall they had multiple cameras on the long term park area and patrol monitors the lot. I sure hope u checked them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cod View Post
    As I recall they had multiple cameras on the long term park area and patrol monitors the lot. I sure hope u checked them out.
    I did not. But the police did and they say the have nothing. That was before I got to the part about the pistol being stolen. I'm guessing he may have gone back and watched the security tape a bit closer. Or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainMariner View Post
    Thanks. Ordering a 40. Hope the thief turns on the spot gen3 tracker attached to the holster. My PowerWagon had the passenger window busted out, they mangled my ignition switch and steering column but failed to get it running. They did kill my battery though. Left a screwdriver and window breaking tool inside. Stole some other crap from inside the cab. Had a police officers business card inside too. Called him and he seemed very disinterested until I mentioned the pistol being gone. Suddenly he became quite helpful but proceeded to lecture me about how irresponsible it is to leave a firearm in my vehicle. Told him I'd continue to be "irresponsible" similar to complacent policing and laughable prosecution by district attorneys.
    You report a stolen gun, then get a lecture. That was YOUR FAULT.

    That kind of reasoning would tend to discourage reporting.

    Is it irresponsible to leave ANYTHING of value in your vehicle, or only guns?

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