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Old 06-01-2009, 07:05 PM   #1
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Default lipstick on a pig

While I am a proud G19 owner, this is just over the top for me.

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Glocks are designed to be functional, not 'pretty'....

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Old 06-01-2009, 07:10 PM   #2
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I think that made it uglier...its like gold 20's on an 83 Elderado

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Old 06-01-2009, 08:32 PM   #3
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HAHAHAHA what a joke!! i believe the same as everybody else. Glocks are a work horse. i guess if you have a few glocks and want to make one into an custom handgun then i guess it would be ok but dont make it look like a crappy lowrider

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Nothing like fancy engraving and gold inlay on top of plastic. If they really wanted to create some collectables, they could have done something with the frame.

Some Glocksters will no doubt spend waayyy too much for them and be happy.

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Wioth all that effort it's still just a Glock .

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guess those are for people that have way to much money to spend on a gun. to me a all black gun is very sexy. lol. as far as the lowrider comment, to each is there own.

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To me, that is just plain ugly!! Lipstick on a pig is a great description of it.

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If you look at the engraving by its self. Then I see it as being very well done and looks real good but if you look at the whole picture then it gets a tad uglier. I don't understand the fanboy attitude around glocks. They are a gun shoot them till the don't shoot no more then move on to the next. I have a buddy that thinks glocks are the be all end all in the gun world. His glocks will out shoot my $2000 bench rifle attitude is odd. He has one 1911 and thinks it is a horrible design. I would rather get shot with a 1911 than some Austrian plastic. I asked him about shooting reloads in his glocks and he said well I don't reload so I don't have to worry about it. Then I ask how much he pays for ammo. Then I tell him I can load it for close to 1/10 the cost he is paying. He says oh well.

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Boy...that Glock is a great answer to a question NOBODY asked.

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$10K for a glock???

Not even if it came with the holster!!

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