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Old 09-04-2013, 07:46 AM   #231
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Really though..

So if you took 100 Glocks and 100 1911s and shot 10,000 rounds through each gun...

Which one would have less malfunctions?

The Glock.

And I know all of you will say "well you don't have any proof"...

Okay.

So let me ask you this.
Which one do you THINK would have less malfunctions?
Who really thinks a 1911 is of equal reliability to a Glock? Only delusional 1911 fanboys.

On average 1911s are picky with mags and ammo and sometimes have a retarded break in period of 500+ rounds...
But basically, your AVERAGE (the colts issued to our marines are well above average and prices over $2k) will have far more malfunctions than your average Glock.
End of story.
Glocks will shoot ANY ammo flawlessly and come with mags that will almost never fail you.
1911s? Go ahead and toss out the mags that come with your 1911 and pick up some Wilson combat ones and hope they work a little better.

Of course people are going to point out some problems of malfunctions they've seen with Glocks. Of course it DOES happen. Just not NEARLY as much as it happens with 1911s.


So that's ONE of my reasons for calling the Glock a better firearm...and it's a pretty good one

While your reason for calling a 1911 a better firearm is mostly related to personal preferences...

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Really though..

So if you took 100 Glocks and 100 1911s and shot 10,000 rounds through each gun...

Which one would have less malfunctions?

The Glock.

And I know all of you will say "well you don't have any proof"...

Okay.

So let me ask you this.
Which one do you THINK would have less malfunctions?
Who really thinks a 1911 is of equal reliability to a Glock? Only delusional 1911 fanboys.

On average 1911s are picky with mags and ammo and sometimes have a retarded break in period of 500+ rounds...
But basically, your AVERAGE (the colts issued to our marines are well above average and prices over $2k) will have far more malfunctions than your average Glock.
End of story.
Glocks will shoot ANY ammo flawlessly and come with mags that will almost never fail you.
1911s? Go ahead and toss out the mags that come with your 1911 and pick up some Wilson combat ones and hope they work a little better.

Of course people are going to point out some problems of malfunctions they've seen with Glocks. Of course it DOES happen. Just not NEARLY as much as it happens with 1911s.

So that's ONE of my reasons for calling the Glock a better firearm...and it's a pretty good one

While your reason for calling a 1911 a better firearm is mostly related to personal preferences...
I prefer Glocks!! But a gun is only "the best" if you think it is! If you have no confidence or experience with a particular gun, than the one you do becomes the best by default! No matter how fancy or reliable a gun might be, if you don't believe it, its not true to that individual!
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Really though..

So if you took 100 Glocks and 100 1911s and shot 10,000 rounds through each gun...

Which one would have less malfunctions?

The Glock.

And I know all of you will say "well you don't have any proof"...

Okay.

So let me ask you this.
Which one do you THINK would have less malfunctions?
Who really thinks a 1911 is of equal reliability to a Glock? Only delusional 1911 fanboys.

On average 1911s are picky with mags and ammo and sometimes have a retarded break in period of 500+ rounds...
But basically, your AVERAGE (the colts issued to our marines are well above average and prices over $2k) will have far more malfunctions than your average Glock.
End of story.
Glocks will shoot ANY ammo flawlessly and come with mags that will almost never fail you.
1911s? Go ahead and toss out the mags that come with your 1911 and pick up some Wilson combat ones and hope they work a little better.

Of course people are going to point out some problems of malfunctions they've seen with Glocks. Of course it DOES happen. Just not NEARLY as much as it happens with 1911s.


So that's ONE of my reasons for calling the Glock a better firearm...and it's a pretty good one

While your reason for calling a 1911 a better firearm is mostly related to personal preferences...
you're dedicated partner i'll give you that, but as usual, really haven't a clue about what you're talking about.

have studied history? obviously not! please tell us about your experiance as a gun owner that gives your opinion any credibility.

i think i have asked you this before, but i think you forgot to answer it, just how old are you again?
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I have a problem with people who complain about the ergonomics of a Glock. For them to be comfortable you have to rotate your wrist 90 deg and shove you arm vigoriously as you pull the trigger whilst yelling for the driver of your hoopdie to speed off. I have also installed sights on the side of the slide for increased accuracy.
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I have a problem with people who complain about the ergonomics of a Glock. For them to be comfortable you have to rotate your wrist 90 deg and shove you arm vigoriously as you pull the trigger whilst yelling for the driver of your hoopdie to speed off. I have also installed sights on the side of the slide for increased accuracy.
Are you talking about this one???


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Really though..

So if you took 100 Glocks and 100 1911s and shot 10,000 rounds through each gun...

Which one would have less malfunctions?

The Glock.

And I know all of you will say "well you don't have any proof"...

Okay.

So let me ask you this.
Which one do you THINK would have less malfunctions?
Who really thinks a 1911 is of equal reliability to a Glock? Only delusional 1911 fanboys.

On average 1911s are picky with mags and ammo and sometimes have a retarded break in period of 500+ rounds...
But basically, your AVERAGE (the colts issued to our marines are well above average and prices over $2k) will have far more malfunctions than your average Glock.
End of story.
Glocks will shoot ANY ammo flawlessly and come with mags that will almost never fail you.
1911s? Go ahead and toss out the mags that come with your 1911 and pick up some Wilson combat ones and hope they work a little better.

Of course people are going to point out some problems of malfunctions they've seen with Glocks. Of course it DOES happen. Just not NEARLY as much as it happens with 1911s.


So that's ONE of my reasons for calling the Glock a better firearm...and it's a pretty good one

While your reason for calling a 1911 a better firearm is mostly related to personal preferences...
The GLOCK fanboys are up early today.
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Are you talking about this one???


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The GLOCK fanboys are up early today.
Come on "we" never sleep!!
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Come on "we" never sleep!!
I never considered you a fanboy. IMO, There's a difference between loving a particular gun, and thinking it is the best thing there is, was, or ever will be.
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There's a difference between loving a particular gun, and thinking it is the best thing there is, was, or ever will be.
This is very true. Good point! I wish some people on here would take a breather.
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