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Old 12-23-2011, 11:30 PM   #71
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Unless I'm mistaken, that implies that you do know the reality (facts implied) of the Glock design, and he doesn't.
It means I can read. Don't try to assume more than what is presented in the sentence.
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Whatever you may or may not consider to be fact has absolutely no bearing on any given person's perception of the ergonomics, or lack of ergonomics , of the Glock line or any other firearm.
I made no statement with regard to a person's perceptions of ergonomics.

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Being argumentative is fun when dealing with self imposed experts.
It is not possible to be a 'self imposed' expert. I think the term you are looking for a 'self-acclaimed', however, it doesn't fit here either, as I made no claim of expertise. Keep editing, but you'll have to read it to yourself because I am done with this thread. I had a point I wanted to make and did so well before you decided you were the post police here.
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Old 12-23-2011, 11:43 PM   #72
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Keep editing, but you'll have to read it to yourself because I am done with this thread.
Kinda figured that was coming next...

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Being argumentative is fun when dealing with self imposed experts.

Most of us on this forum really don't wanna read about you being argumentative for fun.
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disagreement = argumentative?

Apologies to the forum. I wasn't aware of that....

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Argumentative was your word. Thus the quote.

Anyway no harm done. I'm sure there are many here who share your overall opinion.

I really like hearing opposing points of view.

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Well lets get back to the thread that we are all here to talk about.

The first Sig I purchased was a Sig P220. Picked it up for about $400. I let my wife shoot it and she ended up liked it so much that she kept it. Which surprised me. Because of the size of the grip. Well I ended up picking up a Sig P229 (9mm), P239 (9mm) and a P230 (.380) for about $900 for all three to make up for me losing my P220.

It is funny because she has to use a Glock 19 for her current job of the last 12yrs and does not like it one bit. She would rather carry her Sig P220.That says a lot about the Sig. She is a small frame woman with small hands. So her liking the Sig really surprises me. Now she has her eyes on my XD45's.
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Well lets get back to the thread that we are all here to talk about.

The first Sig I purchased was a Sig P220. Picked it up for about $400. I let my wife shoot it and she ended up liked it so much that she kept it. Which surprised me. Because of the size of the grip. Well I ended up picking up a Sig P229 (9mm), P239 (9mm) and a P230 (.380) for about $900 for all three to make up for me losing my P220.

It is funny because she has to use a Glock 19 for her current job of the last 12yrs and does not like it one bit. She would rather carry her Sig P220.That says a lot about the Sig. She is a small frame woman with small hands. So her liking the Sig really surprises me. Now she has her eyes on my XD45's.
Oh man you better hurry and go get her one of the XDMs or even better a S&W M&P subcompact! I'm a big guy at 6'6" with big hands and at one of my local indoor gun ranges I had the opportunity to shoot a used M&P subcompact .45 with a custom tricked out trigger system done by Smith&Wessons custom shop and let me tell you. One of the other reasons I don't like glock is because it's striker fired and I'm not a fan of SF guns but that M&P was freaking sweet!! If I just had to get something other than my SIGS it would be a XDM or the Smith&Wesson M&P. An that gun being subcompact still fit my big bear claws great and it felt good too. Tell her to check those out.
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I like Sigs and they are well made. So are many other brands including the Colt 1911 I carried for 35 years.

But it's Glock for me today. Too many advantages (mentioned by others) to ignore and few drawbacks.

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Glock all the way! Gun are meant to save your life. Not just look pretty. Flocks deliver when needed

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Glock hands down IMO. . Just ordered G23 NIB-X to company my lonely G19 Gen4.

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