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Old 01-11-2012, 05:09 PM   #11
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Excellent points above but I am wondering if it's really a fair comparison ? The Sig is really a better apple to apple choice.

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In the East Coast, HK sells for approx $900 and the Glock for $500 Base Line. HK does have its own in-house forging which helps quality control.
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Old 01-11-2012, 07:03 PM   #12
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Dont let the others confuse you.
Try to make it simplest as possible:
Go to range, rent both guns and see how u feel them on your hands such as grip, recoil and accuracy.
Second, follow your heart and your budget. The gun itself is what you will be depending your life with.
Just my 2c, hope it helps.

Ps: I'm a Glock owner, i own 2 and i love my Glocks! They're the best to me but it doesn't mean the best to you.
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I have both an hk and a couple glocks. i cant say anything bad about either brand. I find the hk to be a little more accurate and fit n finish better also but not dramaticlly different. I dont think u can go wrong with either try both for sure
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Old 01-12-2012, 02:44 AM   #14
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+1 for Glock.
Found an article written by a glock owner, who completely thrashed his model 19. This guy burried it in sand, put a 1,000 rnds thru it. Burried it in mud, put a 1,000 rnds thru it. burried it in snow, put a 1,000 rnds thru it. Ran over it with an ford explorer, put a 1,000 rnds thru it. threw it out of a plane, put a 1,000 rnds thru it. The just dont die.

On a side come walther gets no love here? I own a ppq...and its by far my favorite pistol that ive ever shot.
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Old 01-12-2012, 02:59 AM   #15
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Glock, they just seem to understand what makes a pistol "good". Perfect grip angle,very comfortable, very light, very accurate, very reliable, very simple. Thing is though for the most part if you pick one up and don't like it, chances are you never will. H&K gets it right too, I just personally know them for their rifles and submachineguns and not so much in the way of pistols. (Wonder if its possible/ practical to make a rollerlock pistol... oh well question for another day). H&K is also more traditional in their pistols as opposed to Glock, using a hammer instead of striker, or steel instead of ceremics.

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