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Old 02-19-2012, 02:00 AM   #21
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The only problem I've noticed with Glocks, is that they're perfect so there's not much to do to them. =)/=(
Maybe you should open your eyes and seek knowledge.

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The one thing high points do have going for them is they are cheap...lol... I prefer S&W myself!

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I can't stand those S&W with the big billboard signs on them. I was looking @ one yesterday it was ridiculous. Still a nice gun but come on give me a break.
There is enough spam in the world without having to be on your slide.

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My brother inlaw has one its garbage you dont even have to pull the trigger just shake it really hard and it will shoot off.

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My brother inlaw has one its garbage you dont even have to pull the trigger just shake it really hard and it will shoot off.
Woody that could be handy if your trigger finger ever got blown of. Maybe Hi Point engineered it that way on purpose. I here they can also explode into 2 equal pieces for easy compact storage.
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Maybe you should open your eyes and seek knowledge.

http://kitup.military.com/2011/11/glock-gen-4-recall-explained.html
I already know about this. And it's not a big deal, it does not apply to all glocks and the problem has been fixed. Glocks are awesome, reliable, and one of the best pistols on the market today.
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I already know about this. And it's not a big deal, it does not apply to all glocks and the problem has been fixed. Glocks are awesome, reliable, and one of the best pistols on the market today.
PERFECT was the word you used. Partner, there ain't much in this world that can live up to perfect.
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Woody that could be handy if your trigger finger ever got blown of. Maybe Hi Point engineered it that way on purpose. I here they can also explode into 2 equal pieces for easy compact storage.
Yeah he keeps on saying he is gonna throw it in the woods but we keep telling not to cause it will proably go off and hit him in the leg or something
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Yeah he keeps on saying he is gonna throw it in the woods but we keep telling not to cause it will proably go off and hit him in the leg or something
Send it back. They have the best guarantee in the business.
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Send it back. They have the best guarantee in the business.
There suppose to send him some new parts
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