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Old 11-08-2009, 04:40 PM   #11
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OH, Really
What do you suppose he should look at...a Glock?
To me, Glocks are clunky. If you want a tight, accurate pistol, you should look at something else. Primarily an all metal, single stack piece.
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Old 11-09-2009, 01:54 AM   #12
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To me, Glocks are clunky. If you want a tight, accurate pistol, you should look at something else. Primarily an all metal, single stack piece.
matt g,
That's basically what I'm getting at...
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all S&W semi auto pistols are kind of klunky
Many IDPA Champions have used S&W semi's in their careers and have stayed with them because of the performance they get from S&W pistols.
S&W has even incorporated a competition line in their production line
so that amateur, semi pro, & pro shooters can have a competition platform to build from. As a matter of fact, one champion is using a polymer S&W semi pistol with great success.
To say something like "to me,all S&W semi auto pistols are kind of klunky"
shows one's lack of knowledge about S&W's competition pistols.
Competition pistols need to be tight.
Normal every day carry pistols can have some play to help with dirt & dust bunnies that will collect in a daily carry firearm.
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Old 11-09-2009, 01:55 AM   #13
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to me,all S&W semi auto pistols are kind of klunky. if you want an accurate and tight plastoc semi, should look at something else.
Please make your case Glockmaniac, pure entertainment when calling S&W clunky and I expect your a Glock.....Maniac? S&W Sigma is equal to a Glock, S&W M&P simply spanks Glock. Before you start pouring the foolaide.... I meant koolaide, we know how many Glocks have been sold yadda yadda. Tell us more about that Glock grip angle. What the heck is "plastoc"
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