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Old 10-22-2008, 09:12 PM   #11
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For me it is about feel. The glock feels too blocky. The third generation frames have finger grooves where my fingers go (I have REALLY big hands). The XD feels good to me. I don't own either but my next purchase will likely be an XD-9.

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For me it is about feel. The glock feels too blocky. The third generation frames have finger grooves where my fingers go (I have REALLY big hands). The XD feels good to me. I don't own either but my next purchase will likely be an XD-9.
I got the same impression about the glock. The XD felt a little better, but neither felt as good as the P345. I really have a tough time warming up to polymer frames anyway. The P345 just has a nice comfortable feel to it.
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Read again... I said that they both felt good to me, and I actually shot the XD. Either one of these guns is a win, but the XD is a better looking gun. I carry my sig for protection, not the XD.
This reply is as wrong as two boys kissing. Choose a weapon. BUY AN EXACT COPY of your carry weapon. Why? Because, that way if you shoot someone in self-defense, you have an identical carry weapon to use when the police take your primary.

Your logic fails muster, you are a no go at this station in life.
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Don't be gay, KellyTTE..................

If he wants to have two different weapons, that's fine. As long as he knows how to use both of them effectively. Nothing wrong with that. It's his choice.

Your logic is void and stupid.........you fail at being educated and helpful...........return immediately to preschool.

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Don't be gay, KellyTTE..................

Your logic is void and stupid.........you fail at being educated and helpful...........return immediately to preschool.
Multiple people already tried the 'educated and helpful' route to no avail. This thread was started as an attempt to justify a purchase already mentally made. As much as it pains me to say so, I agree with Ram-Rod, the decision making process of the OP is plain ole dumberer.

And to anyone that says 'I don't do well with Glocks'

If an 11yo girl can make do:
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What's it to you how he decides to buy guns?

.....I'm just curious, that's all.



I guess all of our guns need to be like our carry gun. Instead of having 2, 3, 5, etc different types of guns, we need to have exact copies of our carry gun (the more copies the better, in case we have to shoot lots of people). That makes sense....................

P.S. I think Glocks royally suck..............what now?

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P.S. I think Glocks royally suck
I would be inclined to agree with the good Sgt. I personally don't prefer the plastic wonder pistol either...

I don't care how many cops carry it, how many people recommend it, how many 11 year old girls shoot well with it, but that's just me.... and the good Sgt it would appear.
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I don't care how many cops carry it, how many people recommend it, how many 11 year old girls shoot well with it, but that's just me
If it makes ya feel any better JD 11 YO Boys shoot 1911's just fine "At least mine did" and it was/is in 45 ACP not no stinkin 9mm .
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DON'T FEED THE TROLLS....
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Glocks don't suck. If they did millions of people wouldn't have bought them. This place is really starting to turn into a bashing forum. That is why I left Glocktalk. Just because you don't like something does not mean it sucks. Do you realize you are gun racists??? Lighten up people. To each his own.

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