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Old 10-10-2009, 12:32 AM   #21
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What the he11? I must have fell through a wormhole or something.
Page one was a glock related question by the OP, went to page two and ended up in the 1911 forum...Again

I dont have much experience with the compact/sub-compact models. However I first owned and carried a G22 .40 then bought a G21 45acp.
The 45 actually feels to me like less recoil, as was stated before, more of a push than a snap.
Probably due to the heavier weight of the slide on the G21. It also seemed to recoil, and come back to original point of aim better than the 40cal model.
If the larger grip size doesnt bother you, Id take the .45 any day.
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Ps. Hope I dont pi$$ anyone off posting this in the 1911 forum

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went to page two and ended up in the 1911 forum
Before this post right here, you were the ONLY post on page 2 bro....

I am just saying....

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have my display set to default. this is #3 on page 3 on my screen.
Was just trying to make a point. Guess I missed.


Edit-- just saw this was an old thread and the OP brought up the 1911. My Bad
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have my display set to default. this is #3 on page 3 on my screen.
Was just trying to make a point. Guess I missed.


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It's ok... I'M the one that made the switch from GLOCK to a 1911. I'm a better shot with it, and I trust the .45 ACP more than I trust any other round. I can also conceal a 1911 easier than a chunky Glock. So, its a much better pistol for me.

I'm really warming up to my Colt Combat Commander, but boy does that thing get heavy after carrying it for 10 hours...
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You 1911 guys are way to serious. I have owned many and sold many 1911s over my 50 years of being a (what's the term) gunnut. I have never met a 1911 I didn't like. It requires more training, more range time, and a lot more money to become proficient in its use. With all the 1911s that have passed though my hands, and there have been many, the only one I have left is a Charles Daly in 45Super. My journey to the dark side was a decision based on pragmatism. Turn on English lesson: (Instead of truth being ready-made for us, James asserts we and reality jointly "make" truth. This idea has two senses: (1) truth is mutable, (often attributed to William James and F.C.S. Schiller); and (2) truth is relative to a conceptual scheme (more widely accepted in Pragmatism). Turn off English lesson. When I pick up a Glock be it 9mm, 357Sig, or .45 I know it is a Glock. I know what it will do and will not do. The trigger is much the same on all glocks, unless you are into that New York BS, and I am not. Anyway that's just me. Buy what you like and go shoot the hell out of it. Becoming proficient is an admirable trait.
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I own both a Glock 23 and a Kimber CDP PRO and my conceal is the Glock 23, I like this gun, never had a problem and it groups pretty freakin tight, but so does my Kimber, but my 23 is has some mods do to it, now if I can figure out which one fires under water better.

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