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Old 03-14-2013, 12:09 PM   #31
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I wondered how long it was going to be before a person that obviously enjoys inserting his index finger into his nasal cavity to extract human waste, would display completely off- topic, ignorance.

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I wondered how long it was going to be before a person that obviously enjoys inserting his index finger into his nasal cavity to extract human waste, would display completely off- topic, ignorance.
You say off topic I say totally on topic. If you want a external safety DON'T BUY A GLOCK. That is all. I see you just want someone to hold your hand cause you can not operate a firearm safely.
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Old 03-14-2013, 01:28 PM   #33
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As a lefty, I find that the safety levers are sometime on the wrong side of the gun. Glock corrects that mistake by putting the safeties inside where they belong.

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As a lefty, I find that the safety levers are sometime on the wrong side of the gun. Glock corrects that mistake by putting the safeties inside where they belong.
I to am a lefty and you are so right. The only correction Glock could do is a slide lock on both sides but hey most guns are on the same side and I have just gotten use to it.
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Like a bark kit on a kitten.
The kitten, can and does bark, sometimes refered to as Glock Leg. 99% of us will never experience that situations, then again, some of us cover that 1% with a separate insurance policy. My policy is called Safe T Blok. I will most likely never need it, but I most likely will never need seat belts, or safety glasses while swinging a hammer.

To GM72, Would you advise someone wearing safety glasses, they should never own a hammer?

An external safety is like a choice in holsters. If I pick a certain type of holster, are you going to say, no Glock for you?

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The kitten, can and does bark, sometimes refered to as Glock Leg. 99% of us will never experience that situations, then again, some of us cover that 1% with a separate insurance policy. My policy is called Safe T Blok. I will most likely never need it, but I most likely will never need seat belts, or safety glasses while swinging a hammer.

To GM72, Would you advise someone wearing safety glasses, they should never own a hammer?

An external safety is like a choice in holsters. If I pick a certain type of holster, are you going to say, no Glock for you?

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Yeah you make so much sense. Haha.
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To each his own, but why not just get one of those XD's with the manual safety?

http://www.springfield-armory.com/xd.php?version=135

Just seems like somebody coverting their Civic to RWD or something. Have fun modding.

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Awesome idea. When you're done with that upgrade you should add a zipper to your underpants. Never be too careful! :-)

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Awesome idea. When you're done with that upgrade you should add a zipper to your underpants. Never be too careful! :-)
BwaaaaHaaaaaaaHaaaaaaa. That's way too funny.
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I have that exact same safety on my G19. I dont really like it and I never use it. I only bought it because I got a decent deal on the Glock.

Looking back, I wish that I never bought it because sometimes its directly in the way of my thumb placement while shooting.

But, it does work very well.

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