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Old 02-23-2012, 08:21 PM   #201
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I've never been "handle sensitive" to pistols. I hold my hand accordingly to place the front sight into the notch of the rear, then squeeze the trigger. I've never understood how someone can hold a Glock and be looking at the top of the slide? Lower the front sight. The human hand and wrist have a large number of joints, tendons and muscles which allow for extreme dexterity, all of them allow what it's holding to be held in a multiple of different positions.

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Not saying Glocks aren't reliable, and the some folks love them. However, the ones I have shot do not fit my hands well. I don't shoot them well, don't like the trigger, and they are butt ugly...

You've got to admit. If you give a 3 year old a crayon and a piece of paper, and ask him to draw a gun...what you get is a Glock.
I think beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder because I don't think my Glock is ugly. I know the consensus on here is that they are but I just don't see it. Maybe that's because I know it will go bang every time I pull the trigger and to me that's a bee-yoo-tee-ful thing
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I think beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder because I don't think my Glock is ugly. I know the consensus on here is that they are but I just don't see it. Maybe that's because I know it will go bang every time I pull the trigger and to me that's a bee-yoo-tee-ful thing
There are beautiful pistols out there like the Browning Hi Power but I agree the Glock is not ugly and its function is beautiful.
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There are beautiful pistols out there like the Browning Hi Power but I agree the Glock is not ugly and its function is beautiful.
i hate that external extractor, i looks like a random lopsided tube hanging off the gun. ...
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i hate that external extractor, i looks like a random lopsided tube hanging off the gun. ...
Nah, that's just a beauty mark!
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Also the other standard issued pistol to our forest recon element marines is the MEU(SOC) .45 pistol that originated from the old M1911 browning pistol. It's still issued to them today! But in my opinion I really like the sigs. Matter of fact I just picked up another new sig which is there polymer frame one, the SIG PRO SP2022 .40s&w, that is sigs most underrated combat pistol on the market for a cheap cost. I tell you what it's one great firearm and you think people have done torture tests on the glock!! You should see what some people have done to sig pro.
Could you post a link to where I can see this torture test. I've seen some torture tests on the glock and now I can't help but wonder how a torture test can be worse than some of the stuff I've seen with glocks.
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well this is enough to keep me on the side of the glock just like they say no bells,no whistles, just perfection.....
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Glocks are excellent firearms but I cannot get past the site of them. Sig Sauer for me.

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Glocks are excellent firearms but I cannot get past the site of them. Sig Sauer for me.
I want to try a sig 1911. I've heard so many good things about them and they a beautiful looking guns.
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