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Old 11-06-2011, 05:09 PM   #11
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Glore, received your pm sir, very awesome detailed info. Helped me be happy with my decision! And freedom fighter, I can't wait till I pick it up in 9 more days!

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Old 11-07-2011, 04:19 AM   #12
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I like 1911's for their asthetic value and looks. The design is second to none, but you can't beat a Glock, period ! With a total of 34 parts they are the simplest guns in the world. They are nearly indestructible ! They were dipped in mud, frozen in ice, buried in sand and fired underwater. They ran them over with cars & trucks and they still went bang when the trigger was pulled ! They also have the best finish in the buisiness !
I own both Glocks and XD/XDM's and like them both. XD's are a bit sweeter but Glocks are all buisiness and tougher. You can't go wrong with a Glock ! So far I have the Model 17 Gen 4 and the 26 Gen 3. Next on my list is either a G-31 or 32 in 357 Sig {Awesome round by the way!} The Glock may take a back door to a CZ 83 only because I have a ton of 380 ammo and no gun for it. That's another story though. I wish the US would import Glock 380's here, I'd get one in a heartbeat !
Freedom...Check out the Diamondback .380. May be an alternative for you
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Glock next to diamond back db9
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Old 11-19-2011, 02:21 AM   #14
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Sh*t! i bet your glock is more reliable than your precious 1911's no disrespect to the 1911.

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Old 11-19-2011, 04:20 AM   #15
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You are right. My 1911 is kick ARSE. and the most beautifully designed gun ever. But after i finally put 150 rounds into it, I realized how easy it is to manage. It shoots like butter! I had so much fun shooting it.

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I have personally only owned 2 guns, a Hi-Point .45 and a Glock 22 .40 cal. I have held and shot several other firearms though but nothing extensive. By far I like my Glock 22 the best and am glad I bought it. Can't wait to get me a new phantom or ghost 3.5 pound trigger set up and a recoil buffer installed.

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That's awesome biker. Welcome to the forum! Yeah I'm a strong 1911 all steel guy. This glock 23 has impressed me!

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That's awesome biker. Welcome to the forum! Yeah I'm a strong 1911 all steel guy. This glock 23 has impressed me!
Chad were you able to get used to the trigger reset? It's awesome once u get the hang of it, not as smooth as a 1911 but definitely a different kinda reset.
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My god glore it IS different. Everytime I squeeze trigger I gently release to wait for that click and then KABOOM AND IT'S SOOOOOO ACCURATE!! sorry I get excited be side
It's SO FUN TO SHOOT!

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Good, glad your happy with your choice!

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