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Old 05-19-2013, 08:46 PM   #21
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get a glock or a beretta
get both .. good to be proficient with different manufacturers and models ... if you have to send one in for service you will have the other ..
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Old 05-19-2013, 09:18 PM   #22
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The Glock is striker fired, the Beretta is hammer fired. I dont know if that matters to you, but something to consider. The PX4 has a rotating barrel, i should know more about that, but i dont...I just hear people discussing that at the counter, in reference to how that design will hold up. I you were in my shop, i would have you shoot a SR9, and SR9c. After that, you wouldnt be asking about Glock..OR.. Beretta anymore.....

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I, yeo, aert, you even have to ask?

Well I DNK about you, but I'd go for the all

metal gun with redundant safeties, which

doesn't have a CC AD syndrome named after it...

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Owned both but sold my Beretta 92FS Compact L. I prefer Glock due to it's accuracy and easy to deassemble.

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i just got my stainless steel guide rod with the gold finish recoil spring today for my 92fs inox! about time i replaced the plastic guide rod :-/
I think I only paid $32 with shipping from midway. Double checking but cant find the email.
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I have owned several of each gun maker in question, and both have a superb reputation for shooting well.

If you have a gun collection that amounts to anything, and do not have at least one Beretta, the oldest manufacturer of anything on the planet through all recorded history, time you get one.

If Beretta made a 10mm pistol, I would have zero interest in my Glock 20

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I don't like the Glock trigger for a SD gun. Unless you get it changed ( via NYC Police Glock trigger mod, et al) , you're likely to shoot your kneecap off. Look for a pistol for SD with a DA trigger pull on the first shot, at least. A DA/SA pistol ( my Sig P-6's , for example) will do this, a Ruger LCR ( or any other DA revolver) will do that, and the Nano , M&P Shield, any S&W sigma pistol or SD series, will do that. Your don't want an "easy" trigger on a loaded concealed gun that you might have to pull out fast.

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I don't like the Glock trigger for a SD gun. Unless you get it changed ( via NYC Police Glock trigger mod, et al) , you're likely to shoot your kneecap off. Look for a pistol for SD with a DA trigger pull on the first shot, at least. A DA/SA pistol ( my Sig P-6's , for example) will do this, a Ruger LCR ( or any other DA revolver) will do that, and the Nano , M&P Shield, any S&W sigma pistol or SD series, will do that. Your don't want an "easy" trigger on a loaded concealed gun that you might have to pull out fast.
I tend to agree with your post, Glock leg would be no fun. I never unholster my G20 unless I am going to shoot the gun or unload it. I never take the trigger block safety off unless I am going to shoot it, unless I have unloaded the gun.
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Having owned a few Glocks I could never really warm up to them. True they have a reputation for reliability and have about 60% of the LEO market, but ergonomically I never like the way they feel. Berettas on the other hand all feel better in hand be it a full size 92 FS, my favorite 92 FS Compact L, any of the PX4 series, all feel great. Shoot and handle both and see which you prefer. To me a Beretta is a better pistol, it's a safer design, more comfortable and has a reputation for quality that few other makers can match.

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...Beretta, the oldest manufacturer of anything on the planet through all recorded history, time you get one.
I can save you alotta money -- buy a bottle of Kikkoman Soy Sauce. 1603!

The gun can go in a fanny-pack. The bottle of soy sauce? Not so much...
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