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Old 04-09-2012, 08:31 PM   #31
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I can't stand a GLOCK. But, between the two, I think I'd take the GLOCK. I find it unergonomic as hell, but at least its grip is small enough that I can hold on to it while firing.

Overall, I'd recommend a 1911.
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As said they are two different guns. The 92 compares more with the glock 17.

There is no more sexy gun than the Beretta 92. The glock is a fine weapon but plain.

The Beretta has a safety ( I never use it) with a great double action option fir the first shot and the sweetest single action follow ups afterwards.

It's all metal makes it easy to shoot and reduce recoil. And it gas the easiest takedown of any gun I've handled...including glock.

I carry mine owb in a nice holster in the winter. It's a bit heavy for every day carry which gives the glock a leg up in the weight department HOWEVER I own an Xd9sc for Iwb carry as it is a glock with a grip safety and a few more curves as well as better grip angle.
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I agree with everything you said, I like the Beretta but would choose the Glock over it since the G1/G23 fits my hand better and of course is much lighter. And if I were going with a full steel 9mm it would have to be the Hi Power or maybe 5906.

Since you have the G27, I'd highly recommend the G23 over the G19 since you can get a 40-9mm conversion barrel for the G23 and also use it in the G27. Might as well have both calibers in both guns!
Well, IIRC, the 92 has an aluminum

frame, with a steel slide...
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Well, IIRC, the 92 has an aluminum

frame, with a steel slide...
Are you thinking of its father, the Walther P1?
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Sorry glock guys; never been a fan of plastic guns. And of all plastic guns, the glock is the least attractive with its extreme grip angle. For polymer, the XD or HK is a far better choice. So I'm obviously recommending the beretta out of the two. At least with the beretta, you have some options to change the look which is what I did to mine. As far as performance, the action is much smoother than the glock. And yes, I've shot many glocks. the light weight of a glock is likely what give is more recoil.
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Sorry glock guys; never been a fan of plastic guns. And of all plastic guns, the glock is the least attractive with its extreme grip angle. For polymer, the XD or HK is a far better choice. So I'm obviously recommending the beretta out of the two. At least with the beretta, you have some options to change the look which is what I did to mine. As far as performance, the action is much smoother than the glock. And yes, I've shot many glocks. the light weight of a glock is likely what give is more recoil.
The Glock is every bit as reliable as the Beretta 92 and much easier to carry and conceal due to size and weight. Are you trying to say 9mm recoils too much in a G19?

Nothing wrong with an all steel gun, I have plenty but you need to put more rounds through the Glock before you trash it. And when you say the action isn't smooth, what do you mean?
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I think he means that it isn't one smooth movement and the gun is rough. On the second note, if you actually take care of your gun, then it won't ever break. That's why I clean my guns every 200 rounds. Sound excessive? Well that's why my guns never misfire.
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change the look of agun?if you dont like the look then dont buy it i would say now to change parts for better performance then go with a glock there are plenty of upgrades if need be.
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