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Old 02-12-2010, 09:29 PM   #1
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I sure is one comfortable shooting pistol. It seems to go right to target and hits where you aim it. Ammo is a little pricey, but I have 150 rounds and will reload those casings as I go. I also found some new casings on MidwayUSA, so I am going to order some of those as well. This pistol just fits your hand perfectly. There is hardly any recoil and it comes down for the second shot quickly and easily. Gotta love a Glock.

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I am sorry for your misfortune. If you want I heard Rentacop will buy it for you at market value. Then you can get a real pistol made out of Steel.

Just a thought.

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I am sorry for your misfortune. If you want I heard Rentacop will buy it for you at market value. Then you can get a real pistol made out of Steel.

Just a thought.
HA! Thanks. Haven't shot a Glock have you.

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At least you got one with a real man's caliber!

Remember all the glockie no-nos;

No lead
No reloads
No riflings
No trigger
No firing pin
No steel
No ergonomics
No safeties
No holsters w/o trigger guard
No..............................

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Everybody seems to have something against Glocks. They say, "their ugly, their plastic, they don't have an external safety, they don't have a hammer, and etc." Ever notice how they always seem to agree with, "it runs like a Glock". And when asked what they would trust their lives to, there is always a Glock included, because they run wet, dry, dirty or damaged. I own other brands and enjoy them as well, but I never discount my Glock.

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My G20 is my first Glock, and I can see more Glocks in my future. They are so reliable, accurate, and durable, what's not to like? I say pretty is as pretty does, and Glocks are pretty!!!!

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The G20 was always desirable, but my hands aren't big enough for it to be comfortable. This 37 is a hoot to shoot. It's really accurate with little recoil. I reloaded fifty shells yesterday using Titegroup and Rainier bullets. I used my Lee .45 apc dies. The only one I had to adjust was the third one that sets the bullet. They shot just fine. Have a great day!

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Hi Dave,
Just a quick question, were you able to flare the case mouths and crimp the 45GAP cartridges with 45acp dies??? I thought the case was too short.
Thanks!!!!!

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Yep, worked fine. I never flare much and have had practice flaring .380 cases. The third die that sets the bullet and does a mild crimp worked well. The 4th die that I usually use to crimp acp rounds wouldn't touch it . The bullets are sitting tight though with no flare at the end around the bullet. Worked really well!

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