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Old 09-26-2012, 11:14 PM   #41
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Do you also enjoy staring at sticks of butter?
Lol. So funny but I like the look of Glocks too. I'm guilty.
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Google "Glock Leg".

Take any other brand or model,

put the word "leg" after it, and

Google that.

'Nuff said...

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Google "Glock Leg".

Take any other brand or model,

put the word "leg" after it, and

Google that.

'Nuff said...
Roll eyes.....
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Google "Glock Leg".

Take any other brand or model,

put the word "leg" after it, and

Google that.

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You are judging a brand by the stupidity of people using that brand! Really?
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I like great guns. Glock happens to be one of them. M&P's, XD's, Sigs... Just to name a few.

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No, I'm judging a brand by the fact it has a CC misfire

syndrome named after it BY BRAND TYPE.

These same people are, very mysteriously,

only "stupid" with GLOCKS.

1911 LEG? Beretta Leg? S&W Leg, Colt Leg, Hi-Point Leg,

Remington Leg? Springfield Leg?

NOPE, SORRY.

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No, I'm judging a brand by the fact it has a CC misfire

syndrome named after it BY BRAND TYPE.

These same people are, very mysteriously,

only "stupid" with GLOCKS.

1911 LEG? Beretta Leg? S&W Leg, Colt Leg, Hi-Point Leg,

Remington Leg? Springfield Leg?

NOPE, SORRY.
That's possibly because there is so many glocks out there, it's funny how military and police will use em even though it shoots people in the leg. Smh, any firearm in the hands of a fool can ND,AD or what have you...if your not responsible enough to handle a Glock don't, stick with a firearm with a safety. I for one have not shot my leg with my Glock nor have my father or uncle with their Glock (and they have had em since 1987) just keep your booger picker off the trigger and all clothing free and clear of your holster it's pretty easy.
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I don't like the trigger safety.
I prefer my carry piece to be a double action, with an exposed hammer.

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I don't like the trigger safety.
I prefer my carry piece to be a double action, with an exposed hammer.
Yeah I love those as well. For me it depends on the situation. Sometimes I Perfer DA with an exposed hammer. Other times I carry the glock. What's your favorite DA handgun?
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I agree with many on this issue. In order for me to tongue lash a certain brand or model of pistol. I first would have to have owned or test fired one. Only giving it a bad grade if it was unreliable or just so poorly designed that it was anatomically terrible as to feel, grip angel and etc. But even though I sure like my 1911s and the metal guns like the Sigs the Glocks I own are reliable, easy to maintain and darn near indestructible. I carry a Glock Model 27 most of the time in moderate shirt sleeve weather. My 1911 in cooler weather when I can hid it easily. In hot weather I carry a small Kahr P-380 in a DeSantis Ankle holster or a pocket where it hides very easily.
But nothing wrong with the Glocks! I am not sure about the new 4th Generation since I do not own one and have never shot one.
The Glocks are quick on target acquisition, points easily when shooting, reliable and the trigger is consistent. Mine are all 5.5 Lb. Triggers.

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