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Old 07-07-2015, 06:45 PM
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Default 5 reasons you DON'T need a Glock

This ones for you, Cracker

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Not funny.
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Old 07-07-2015, 07:17 PM
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Guy is a bozo; he limp waisted the hang up.
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His arguements made very little real sense. Course I did like his Glock sticker he had displayed along with the mossberg stickers behind him. Love my Glocks. On a side note I spent some time shooting an XD 3.8 the other day (45 cal) and I could not get any kind of descent patterns with it even bench resting it...to each his own....
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What a clown. I mean, I don't like Glocks, but that dude is an assbag.
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2 reasons: There is a s&w in my sock drawer and a savage behind my seat.
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I tried to watch.
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Glocks are over rated.
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Originally Posted by Jimm View Post
Guy is a bozo; he limp waisted the hang up.
He is a limp wristed bozo for sure.

Like a lot of stuff, nothing is perfect. But take a look at the number of LE and Military entities that utilize Glock, the number of rounds that have been shot through them, etc.

That having been said, for home or personal defense, a quality double action revolver is better still. Doesn't have the cool factor, but sure has the ease of operation and reliability factor.

Ready on the right, Ready on the left.
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Once a month I go to the range and put 100 rounds flawlessly thru my Glock 23. Shoots very accurately also. Glocks are for people who actually use their guns.
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What a loud mouth fool. Prob shooting Tulammo trash along with not holding the gun. Have shot hundreds thru my three including the new 43 without a hiccup.
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Originally Posted by Jkcam View Post
Ready on the right, Ready on the left.
The firing line is no longer clear......

Dang been a long time
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I have glocks and shot most all other brands my glocks do not jam others did
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Thanks for wasting my time listening to some moron.
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Originally Posted by pcool69 View Post
I tried to watch.
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I want him to tell me how great his Kahr is when he is sending it back after about 2K rounds to get the springs changed which is recommended.. I understand not liking or preferring something else but Glocks have been no less as revolutionary to the handgun world as the 1911 or other handgun designs. They are truely amazing guns and after nearly 30 years of carrying one for work, I can't imagine a better pistol suited for self defense (with some training and range work)... If your not comfortable with handling a malfunction or dont know how to fix it, stick to a revolver.
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I have nothing particularly bad to say about glocks. I have tried them and they went bang every time I pulled the trigger. I do not like the shape or angle of the grip in my hand, but that is an issue for each to decide on their own. I prefer the feel of my Sig P226, and it has as much military/LE credibility as anything. There are many ways to go wrong with a pistol choice, but glock is not usually one of them.
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Originally Posted by back at it View Post
l. Prob shooting Tulammo trash along with not holding the gun..
My CZ shoots trash Tula perfectly well. Have several thousand rounds through it w/o a misfire.

Glocks are fine guns but the attitude that nothing is close is just silly.

Find what fits your hand best and ignore the hype.
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I stopped watching after the second "dude"
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I tried to watch.
I couldn't do it ... what a tool
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