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Old 04-15-2014, 04:08 AM   #1
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I thought I would spend a moment on a comparison.
My Glock 17 does not see much use, nor do I see much use for a MOP.

I thought it might be helpful to make a few comparison.


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Old 04-15-2014, 04:20 AM   #2
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LOL!



You do know that is a racist post.


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Was the Glock and M&P comparison an inspiration?
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Was the Glock and M&P comparison an inspiration?
Indeed..... and I felt that the M&P deserved a little more respect.
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indeed..... And i felt that the m&p deserved a little more respect.
bwahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!
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Have mops gotten space age? The only ones I ever operated had wooden handles.

And for the record, my wife does not like to spend time with a mop. Unloess the point is that I was spending time with the mop. Then it is a little funny.
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Let's see, hmmm . . . . . both are tools & anybody that really gets carried away with either one is also a tool! (Yes, I own one of both.)
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Indeed..... and I felt that the M&P deserved a little more respect.
I do indeed have a lot of respect for the M&P. I think S&W did a good job of addressing a lot of the basic complaints against Glock in ergonomics, sights, basic construction (like slide rails), etc.
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bbhahaha! well,at least we know how to get wifey spending more time mopping the house instead of sending costy ammo downrange ...buy her a glock.
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Advantage, mop.


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