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Old 07-14-2012, 06:11 AM   #101
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Fathead, me thinks you are probably right! same pistols, same problem, yeah

very strange indeed.
My Glock works flawless. If I had a "problem" with my firearm I would get it fixed and not carry it! That would be the smart thing to do.
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Old 07-14-2012, 05:19 PM   #102
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I think that the general consensus is that he is his 'friend' There is no excuse for the negligence described in the OP's first post.
Bingo...

Also no excuse for bashing a manufacturer for what is either an ND situation, a "fictional" situation or as I suspect a combination of the two.

^^THIS^^ thread should be closed and short of some verifiable information, ^^THIS^^ OP should meet the ban stick.

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Old 07-14-2012, 05:24 PM   #103
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My Glock works flawless. If I had a "problem" with my firearm I would get it fixed and not carry it! That would be the smart thing to do.
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Bingo...

Also no excuse for bashing a manufacturer for what is either an ND situation, a "fictional" situation or as I suspect a combination of the two.

^^THIS^^ thread should be closed and short of some verifiable information, ^^THIS^^ OP should meet the ban stick.

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My Glock works flawless. If I had a "problem" with my firearm I would get it fixed and not carry it! That would be the smart thing to do.
Only owned one Glock - Happens it was a 30 - Gun was fine- Don't mean I cud'nt have fuked up with it
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Only owned one Glock - Happens it was a 30 - Gun was fine- Don't mean I cud'nt have fuked up with it
I agree i have never had a problem with and glock. Op error seems to be the case
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I own a Glock 21, 17 & 27.....collectively I have put approx 10000 rds through them with no issues...I have friends that are cops that have individual glocks with 10000 plus rounds fired & no issues....I have been a member of a gun club for years with members that have fired hundreds of thousands of rounds through their glocks with no real issues. Bottom line is I certainly cannot say that these stories are exaggerated but I have never had an issue with a Glock & nor do even know of anyone that has had an issue with a Glock.

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The dude lol isn't carrying it or any weapons as a matter a fact think hes traumatized due to bullet through leg or sever case of stupidity he thinks he's gonna get a settlement so his lawyer has it disassembled and in a lock box I personally think the judges and glock will tell him to frig off still can't believe this happened so close to me

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Call the Department of Health and Human Services. I doubt they can cure stupid but I'm also positive they will give it a try.

Kodiak,

Highly doubt he's coming back to answer your excellent question.

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The dude lol isn't carrying it or any weapons as a matter a fact think hes traumatized due to bullet through leg or sever case of stupidity he thinks he's gonna get a settlement so his lawyer has it disassembled and in a lock box I personally think the judges and glock will tell him to frig off still can't believe this happened so close to me
You're not rooming with him still, are you?
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You're not rooming with him still, are you?
Nope moved right on out still hang out over there but got my own place if he was thinking just a little less at least he had sense to motion it down before chambering it the bullet coulda hit me or someone else but I am giving him the benefit of a doubt just cause he's a good friend I'll never know if he pulled the trigger or what actually happened
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