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Old 12-31-2011, 04:29 AM   #11
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Wow obviously this was taken out of context but you guys fire away. I am happy with what I said and anyone who don't like it don't read it.
What the hell is there to take out of context? You made a completely foolish statement and have been called on it.

You just displayed the exact same ignorance that racists display.
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Ok man you win EDITED BY MOD because I love Glock and I am tires of it being compared to guns that don't live up to the standard. Deal with it

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I am tires
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Tired lol auto correct. But still I can't even believe I'm not aloud to stick up for my favorite brand. This is the glock forum so if you don't like that the sorry bout your bad luck
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Tired lol auto correct. But still I can't even believe I'm not aloud to stick up for my favorite brand. This is the glock forum so if you don't like that the sorry bout your bad luck
I think of you had made your statement a little different... you wouldn't have gotten these responses. "In my opinion GLOCK is a superior weapon over colt" but to just say that it is THE superior weapon is another story.
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Ok look guys I didn't mean to Piss in yalls pot. I enjoy this forum and didn't mean to make everyone mad. what I said are facts not fanboy opinions and to attack me over it seems a bit harsh. However I can understand how you could look at it that way and will write future post with more tact
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Honestly, I like GLOCKs. I shoot very well with them and their durability/dependability is outstanding. Any one who's conversed with me can attest to my opinion on them.

There are two things that keep me from having one, the lack of a manually operated external safety, and the grip angle is unnatural for me.

Now, I have no manually operated external safety on my revolver either, but I'm comfortable with that because of the much longer and heavier trigger pull.
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I keep my trigger depressed and chamber a round when I'm ready. I do wish GLOCK had a safety on the slide. I like Walther because it fits my hands a little bit better. But over all I would have to say if I wanted to carry plus one I would need the external safety of another gun
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Gentlemen- I am going to shut this thread. It has gone beyond discussing firearms, and is at the personality level.

To the orginal poster- If you state an opinion, be prepared for other opinions.
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Ok still trying to figure out how Colt is second class though, when my grandfathers 1911 Colt was built in 1912, and still functions as new.

BTW, to say that those are facts (cake and smith being second class) is very much NOT correct, but they very much ARE opinions as you deny.
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