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Old 04-24-2013, 03:09 PM   #1
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My fellow Arms enthusiasts, I thought that I'd take this opportunity to express my appreciation & genuine love for a "Hand Gun" that I saw on a cable TV documentary. This particular documentary was very realistic and above all totally fair & unbiased with regards to the weaponry that was showcased. So I don't bore anyone I'll cut straight to the chase. THE most impressive hand gun I saw (for the 1st time) was the Glock 18. What a machine.



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My fellow Arms enthusiasts, I thought that I'd take this opportunity to express my appreciation & genuine love for a "Hand Gun" that I saw on a cable TV documentary.
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This particular documentary was very realistic and above all totally fair & unbiased with regards to the weaponry that was showcased.
So I don't bore anyone I'll cut straight to the chase. THE most impressive hand gun I saw (for the 1st time) was the Glock 18. What a machine.
I totaly believe that


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I have shot them. They are nice toys, no practical use!

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When you base your opinions solely on a TV show or magazine article, you will not have a well rounded view of reality. If you like the G-18, look up Beretta 93r

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Nowhere did I say champion that "I base my views/theory's on TV shows. TV simply "Adds" to your knowledge 'data base' - That is of course if you watch the relavent programs. Also, thank you for your recommendation on looking up the Beretta 93r.

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The 93r is one mean piece of Italian machining

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I must admit, Beretta has always been a big favourite after having seen a mate tear up the farm with one he owned. Not sure though what model it was however it's authentic and smooth operation really appealed to me.

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I must admit, Beretta has always been a big favourite after having seen a mate tear up the farm with one he owned. Not sure though what model it was however it's authentic and smooth operation really appealed to me.
European? British?
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European matey & extremely well maintained might I add as the owner's very meticulous in his ways.


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