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Old 09-10-2013, 06:20 AM   #31
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My wife is very pretty, so I guess no Glock for me. My wife is like my Sig P226. Sexy with nice curves.

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My wife is very pretty, so I guess no Glock for me. My wife is like my Sig P226. Sexy with nice curves.
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Old 09-14-2013, 08:56 PM   #33
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...Keep your clothing free of your dedicated Glock holster as you reholster. Obey all gun safety rules, and Glocks will treat you pretty well.
Carried a 1911 cocked-and-locked on an empty chamber in a Milt Sparks Summer Special IWB holster just to see if the safety would eventually disengage while riding my quad in the woods...and it did!

So I bought a G29 for its more compact grip frame than a G20 but didn't like the short slide's snappy recoil, so I bought the G20 and cut the grip frame down to G29 size and added a Pierce grip extension.

Then there was that slight hesitation when re-holstering the Glock in my Kramer IWB horsehide holster due to the protrusion on the trigger guard that gave me the impression that something might be pressing against the trigger so I removed that part and now I'm pretty darn happy with my little woods gun.



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Ive been recently converted into a Glock fan boy myself. Hard to beat. Thought id never like them...

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In order to keep our wives out of this discussion, I'll try make a better analogy...lol.

Glocks are like gas station coffee. No frills, inexpensive and best kept black. Nothing special at first, but eventually you acquire a taste for it. Nobody notices or admires your cup but it works without fail.

There's always going to be those guys that go to Starbucks and wait in line for something with a really long name... Hopefully, the barista is not out of soy milk that day.

I'll be down the road with my black gas station coffee, I have work to do.

P.S. this is where I pour my Kool Aid. Lol!
Also, your post makes me want to go order that mug lol.
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