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Old 02-25-2012, 05:12 PM   #1
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Hi everyone. I am having a little bit of a problem here. I can't decide which gun to purchase. I have rented and fired both guns, about 100 rounds in each. I like both of them. But I can only get one right now. Both fit great in hand. I do like the M&P 9c look. Where the G19 is just a little plain. However just want something dependable. Plus I am aware that one is USA made. Was wondering what everyone's opinion is on these two and the experience.

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Old 02-25-2012, 05:16 PM   #2
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I own both and I love all the aftermarket parts and services that come with owning a glock. Never had a single issue with any of my glocks. Mp is another story. But my opinion glock is the working mans gun no matter how much you mistreat it, it never fails to impress

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Yeah, if your hungup on strickley cosmetics, the M&P is your gun. However, if your looking for a more customizable workhorse who would probably outlast you....Glock19 welcome home

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Yeah, if your hungup on strickley cosmetics, the M&P is your gun. However, if your looking for a more customizable workhorse who would probably outlast you....Glock19 welcome home
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Thanks for the advice.

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I agree with all the above posts that the Glock 19 is the working mans pistol. I am completely satisfied with my Gen2.

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I love both of my gen3's (g19 and g23)...you can customize the hell out of 'em over time or leave 'em be, either way you got a good handgun that WILL out-last you!!

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I think the M&P is a great carry gun. It's not as small as a Glock 26, and it's not as big as a Glock 19.

Both are great guns.

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