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Old 04-16-2015, 04:19 PM   #1
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Default Glock 22 or taurus 24/7 full size?

Debating on either getting the glock 22 gen 3 .40 s&w or the taurus full size 24/7 .45acp which do you all think would be a better choice?
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Old 04-17-2015, 12:51 AM   #2
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Glock...can't beat it
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That looks like it hurt
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Between these? The Glock.
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yup the glock for sure
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Old 04-18-2015, 04:51 AM   #6
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Don't care for glocks (personal preference) hate Taurus (personal experience) go glock
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Why only those two poly pistols ? How about XD , M&P , SIG , CZ , HK and a few others .
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I have a 24/7 in .40 and it's a good shooter, but it's too big and heavy for everyday carry, for me anyway. I don't like Glocks personally, but between the two, that's what I would probably get.
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I also would go with the Glock 22 100%! The 3rd. Generation Models are my preference. You can usually find a good used one that has hardly been shot and has been a "drawer keeper" only! And get it for a decent price! The one pictured is a fine weapon. I have always been a conventional Steel Gun Guy. But years ago the agency issued the Glock 22s. Scores across the agency improved significantly! And being a Glock Armorer and Advanced Glock Armorer myself. We never had any major issues at all with them! So I would say go for the 22~!

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Having owned Taurus and glock and still owning all my flocks I would have to say glock, I would also say choose a gun that fits you and your needs wether it's glock or something else.
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