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Old 12-30-2011, 06:19 AM   #91
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Glock, there's a damn good reason it makes up for 60% of pistol sales in the U.S. I don't think sig can even touch 'em

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Glock is a very popular pistol, I agree, but I can't find any information to support your claim of 60% of pistol sales. Please post a link.
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Glock is a very popular pistol, I agree, but I can't find any information to support your claim of 60% of pistol sales. Please post a link.
MAYBE 60% of LEO sales, but no way 60% total...
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Glock is a very popular pistol, I agree, but I can't find any information to support your claim of 60% of pistol sales. Please post a link.
Maybe 60% If your excluding all 1911's. Especially here in Massachusetts you can't even buy a brand new Glock (only Pre- Ban's)
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Sorry, but there's a reason ppl haven't made hundreds of videos shooting in their pool with a sig.
Probably because that is a stupid idea, that only a Glock owner would do.
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Probably because that is a stupid idea, that only a Glock owner would do.
Hmmm....maybe I could start my own little YouTube trend.

How about XDm owners who shoot their pistols while wearing a tactical vest and riding an emu? I wonder how many XDmers have access to emus?
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Hmmm....maybe I could start my own little YouTube trend.

How about XDm owners who shoot their pistols while wearing a tactical vest and riding an emu? I wonder how many XDmers have access to emus?
I already have a video of shooting a pistol in a pool while riding an emu, but I had to edit some of the shots because the weight of the gun and holster kept pulling my speedo's down.
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Probably because that is a stupid idea, that only a Glock owner would do.
Or a person in a tactical situation where they had to fire from water , but im sure thats never happened ... youre right were just stupid glock owners .
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Don't put too much leverage as to what the military uses. They don't always choose the best gun. There is a lot of factors involved in their choices, not to mention cost as well as political wrangling involved. Most of the Special Forces have their own budgets, supply a limited number of troops, and can pretty much choose whatever they want.

And they shoot just about everything under the Sun. Not to mention they all have their own armorers that do God knows what to all of their guns. It's a pretty safe statement to make that every gun that went into Bin Laden's house was not a box stock model. Not to mention government issue.

For the citizen it's pretty hard to beat the dependability of the Glock. (You pick the caliber and flavor). I own several of both Sig and Glock, and I must say Glock is what I would grab if I heard bump in the middle of the night. They are simple and dependable. If you want it to go bang, pull the trigger. If you don't, then don't pull the trigger. Simplicity counts under duress.

Talking about how you would act in a given situation, and how you would actually act are 2 entirely different things. A simple pistol is a better pistol under these type of circumstances. Sig's are nice, but they have too many buttons and levers on them. If you don't carry them every day, you'll be at a disadvantage. A Glock you just point and shoot. I think of a Glock as a double action revolver that holds 17 rounds. Pretty safe and effective if you ask me.
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