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Old 07-03-2013, 05:22 AM   #1
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Default Hurted my eyes to see what they done to this Glock

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Will you carry one without Trigger Guard?
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Old 07-03-2013, 05:26 AM   #2
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Not only would I not carry one without a trigger guard, I wouldn't even own it!!!
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Old 07-03-2013, 05:32 AM   #3
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At what point does one decide that a trigger guard is just in the way and that you would be better off without it

This guy is a certified 'tard.
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My brain literally can not comprehend what I just saw.....
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How much you all wanna bet this dude is selling it because he Glocked himself???
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and i can't get over his remarks to the ARMCHAIR COMMANDOS! what's really over the top is that they haven't pulled his listing yet due to his language!

the idiot wants $650 for it and some idiot has bid $565 for the POS!

nope, i wouldn't want it either. he'd have to discount it for the price of a new frame to fix the Bubbafied mods for me to even remotely consider it!
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This Glock is now safe to handle.
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I've seen 1911's with the trigger guard milled away.

I'm not sure how much of a speed improvement not having a trigger guard is.

I'm also not sure what type of holster would keep things from contacting the trigger, almost all of them use the trigger guard for indexing in the holster. That's what I want to know.

Some people shouldn't be allowed near dremel tools. To paraphrase James Yeager, dremel tools need $200 transfer taxes applied to them.
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I've seen 1911's with the trigger guard milled away.

I'm not sure how much of a speed improvement not having a trigger guard is.

I'm also not sure what type of holster would keep things from contacting the trigger, almost all of them use the trigger guard for indexing in the holster. That's what I want to know.

Some people shouldn't be allowed near dremel tools. To paraphrase James Yeager, dremel tools need $200 transfer taxes applied to them.
no dremel tool involved. just Bubba and his hacksaw!
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I've seen 1911's with the trigger guard milled away.

I'm not sure how much of a speed improvement not having a trigger guard is.
And is it going to make you less accurate as you would undoubtedly tend to "slap" the trigger rather than squeeze it.

Don't matter to me anyhow, I'm not going to own any guns without the trigger guard nohow. If one is given to me I would Bubbafy one onto it!
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