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Old 04-15-2013, 05:09 AM   #1
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I'm starting to get the itch for a new gun. Looking at either a .40 sig p226 or a G23. Was thinking of trading my m&p9 for one since I already have a glock26 in 9mm. Should I do it or keep the m&p? what would you guys do?

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Old 04-17-2013, 02:09 PM   #2
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I never sell anything personally.

I think the question is which is the better gun? If you HAVE to get rid of one I wouldn't jump to the conclusion of "I have a glock" from what i've seen, my M&P has been just as or more reliable than a glock. Have more questions? ask a few police depts, ours here switched over to the M&P and never looked back, they say they are cheaper to maintain and purchase.

Don't know if that's an option for you or if you have some sentimental attachment to your glock, if not I'd say logical deduction > brand myopia

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I say trade it, sell it, blow someone away and give i as a gift. Bottom line people get so hung up with the value of a gun. Move on, it's fun to look at new guns. I've own to many, had kids a and got rid of most of the ones I had. Now picking exactly what I want with no fat. So if you want something new don't sweat the small stuff. Get a new one. Your lga will order one for you.

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keep the m&p and trade the glock

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From my experience, once you own a gun you should never get rid of it because you will regret it. You can never own too many!

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Keep the M&P and get the Apex trigger for it, you will never think about getting rid of it again.

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I agree. The Apex kit has completely changed my M&P.

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I say trade it, sell it, blow someone away and give i as a gift. Bottom line people get so hung up with the value of a gun. Move on, it's fun to look at new guns. I've own to many, had kids a and got rid of most of the ones I had. Now picking exactly what I want with no fat. So if you want something new don't sweat the small stuff. Get a new one. Your lga will order one for you.

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Cotex great line about cutting the fat. I have been doing the same thing. New Sig and Kimber getting rid of Glocks and anything that I have not fired in the last five years. There is always something else out there.
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