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Old 03-26-2012, 03:20 AM   #11
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I've got plenty of poly. I'll take the metal.


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+1 same hear
Where are you people finding these all metal Glocks? I heard rumors but seriously.


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Where are you people finding these all metal Glocks? I heard rumors but seriously.
It was a metaphor.
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It was a metaphor.
Hell, I thowt a metaphor wuz sews cows can eat. Turnz out theys medal glocks,,,,,,,
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Beretta 92fs vs. 90 two. Same make and everything. Pick.
Can't you do better than that? Of all the great poly and metal guns - you give us those two?
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Around the turn of the century. The art of casting metal was all the rage. Pocket Pistols were very much the in thing. Many tons of light less expensive cast chrome plated pistols were sold to the public. S&W, Colt and a few others continued with machined steel handguns. I am sure back then they argued that the light cast guns were just as good as the steel ones. Those cast guns. Yes, we call them junk today. The steel ones are highly sought after.What will gun collectors call the Glocks years from now.
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Can't you do better than that? Of all the great poly and metal guns - you give us those two?
I don't know bout the 90 two, but the 92fs probably second best I've used in accuracy and by far my favorite.
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If it a 1911 or a Glock I take the 1911. If it is the Ruger LCR or S & W J frame. I would take the J frame. If it is a Bryco or Jimmize and a Glock. It would be the Glock but it would be a hard choice.
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