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Old 12-01-2012, 01:23 AM   #41
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I don't know what surprises me more. The fact that this crap is being beaten to death, YET AGAIN, or the fact that so many "old heads" are in on it, AGAIN.

Freaking hell, guys.

Might I recommend merging this with all other threads that have rehashed, time and again, the GLOCK leg? Preferably in the GLOCK forum, where I, particularly, have been barred from to prevent my seeing what goes on in the silly little world of the GLOCK "uber fanboy"?

Oh, for the record, before the flamethrower is lit, I personally don't have MUCH issue with GLOCK, and actually intend to pick up a 17 some day.

My issue is with some of it's worshipers. Those that seem to think it's the gun of the gods, and all those who carry anything "less" deserve to be punished with permanent banishment from the world of the living.

End rant.
Thanks for typin all that --
All i was gonna say is WTF--Again?
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All i was gonna say is WTF--Again?
Sorry, you know I get long winded...
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Old 12-01-2012, 01:28 AM   #43
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Sorry, you know I get long winded...
Mabe but you type better than me
Or it cudda took 30 mins to type all that -
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It takes a bit to say all that from my phone

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It takes a bit to say all that from my phone
OMG- it'd take me a hour on my phone
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I have an Android with Swype. Makes it quite a bit quicker.
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My first guns were revolvers. I am little to careless around the trigger to carry a glock. Especially if someone were to attempt to disarm me. When you are used to a gun with a 10 lb trigger pull in DA adjusting to a glock is a bit much. When I decided to buy a semi-auto I bought a Ruger P95. The P95 trigger is like a lot of revolvers.

Clint Eastwood said it best, "A man must know his limitations"

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I don't know what surprises me more. The fact that this crap is being beaten to death, YET AGAIN, or the fact that so many "old heads" are in on it, AGAIN.

Freaking hell, guys.

Might I recommend merging this with all other threads that have rehashed, time and again, the GLOCK leg? Preferably in the GLOCK forum, where I, particularly, have been barred from to prevent my seeing what goes on in the silly little world of the GLOCK "uber fanboy"?

Oh, for the record, before the flamethrower is lit, I personally don't have MUCH issue with GLOCK, and actually intend to pick up a 17 some day.

My issue is with some of it's worshipers. Those that seem to think it's the gun of the gods, and all those who carry anything "less" deserve to be punished with permanent banishment from the world of the living.

End rant.
If you want to dig em all up and report them including this thread myself or another mod will be happy to merge em all into a giant sticky
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If you want to dig em all up and report them including this thread myself or another mod will be happy to merge em all into a giant sticky
Hell with that. I'll just unsub and do like I used to with so many other GLOCK threads...
Besides, I'm permabanned from the GLOCK forum, which removes a lot of dead horses from my reach to be beaten.
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I have heard of a case where a man shoved his Glock into his waistband, and it got hooked on his shirt-tail in a manner so that it also suppressed the safety in the middle of the trigger, thereby shooting himself in the groin! A police officer that owned a gun store told me about it! Again, that would be operator error, and I bought the Glock anyway!

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