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HK's are great.. But they are no more reliable then a Glock therefore over priced IMO..

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Could that be there are possibly far more Glocks in circulation than HKs??
At almost half the cost, I would imagine there are far more Glocks in circulation.

I still think customer service quality is a bad selling point.

As for reliability, I think Glock "perfection" is oversold. Assume the Glock and HK are even in that regard, I'd trust the HK's accuracy over the Glock's.

That said, at the aforementioned price point, is the HK worth it? That's up to the end consumer. It is not twice as accurate, twice as reliable, and doesn't have twice the bullets. I love HK's, so don't get me wrong. Just making an observation.
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Could that be there are possibly far more Glocks in circulation than HKs??
There are way more honda civics than ferrari's in circulation ,,,, how does that make the honda a better car?
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HK's are great.. But they are no more reliable then a Glock therefore over priced IMO..
I'm not trying to flame, but just point counter point.
Three things so common they have spawned their own nicknames:

1. Glock buldge.
2. Glock leg.
3. Glock kaboom
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I wouldn't know about their CS, as I ve NEVER had a single issue that would need cs,, seems like the glock boys must be on the phone quite a bit because I've heard this point trying to be made several times,,,, hmmm.......
So?

It's a valid point. All companies have products with flaws. I can accept that. If a company won't help me when their product fails, they lose my business. It really is that simple.
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I'm not trying to flame, but just point counter point.
Three things so common they have spawned their own nicknames:

1. Glock buldge.
2. Glock leg.
3. Glock kaboom
Np @ all. None of these things affect me personally.. I love my 19 and suits my needs from price point to size to recoil. Honestly never herd these nicknames before lol
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So?

It's a valid point. All companies have products with flaws. I can accept that. If a company won't help me when their product fails, they lose my business. It really is that simple.
Absolutely agree every manufactured product will inevitably turn a flawed product out. But glocks seem to be design flaws not a failng during manufacturing. I've just never heard of HK bulge, Ruger leg, or Sig kaboom. All glock.
Now do I hate glocks?, of course not, I've owned glocks, may even pick up another if the price is right, and I need a toolbox gun. Lol, JUST KIDDING,,,,,,, I won't pick up another.
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Absolutely agree every manufactured product will inevitably turn a flawed product out. But glocks seem to be design flaws not a failng during manufacturing. I've just never heard of HK bulge, Ruger leg, or Sig kaboom. All glock.
Now do I hate glocks?, of course not, I've owned glocks, may even pick up another if the price is right, and I need a toolbox gun. Lol, JUST KIDDING,,,,,,, I won't pick up another.
Lmfao @ design flaws...
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Np @ all. None of these things affect me personally.. I love my 19 and suits my needs from price point to size to recoil. Honestly never herd these nicknames before lol
Look, I really just like messing with the fanboys just alil,, glocks get it done, they are durable, good price, high cap mags, just careful using reloads, shoot jacketed rounds, and don't shoot yourself in the foot. I have, and more than likey will have more glocks sometime in the future.
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Absolutely agree every manufactured product will inevitably turn a flawed product out. But glocks seem to be design flaws not a failng during manufacturing. I've just never heard of HK bulge, Ruger leg, or Sig kaboom. All glock.
Now do I hate glocks?, of course not, I've owned glocks, may even pick up another if the price is right, and I need a toolbox gun. Lol, JUST KIDDING,,,,,,, I won't pick up another.
If it makes you feel any better... I'm not a Glock fanboy. Hell, I don't even own one.
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