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Old 12-02-2011, 01:13 AM   #21
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Whoever thinks the Glock isn't aesthetically pleasing, it makes me wonder. It looks beautiful. I don't like these technotronic-lookin things they're coming out with now. I saw a Beretta CX? pistol at the range today that was all ergonomically shaped. Looked like a kid's toy. Glocks are like the formal-wear of guns, I think. All business.
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Old 12-02-2011, 01:31 AM   #22
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Nothing wrong with them, I just dont like the angle of the grip so I dont own one .

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I got my Glock Gen4 working good today. Works loads better than my Taurus 9mm. Next up to buy is the S&W Sigma or the Ruger SR9 in a few months. But the KelTec rifle that's coming out soon is definitely gonna be in my collection.
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red headed step child "S&W Sigma", LOL I own one and its a great gun that I will never get rid of , I have aded a few things to it like all the goodies from Wolff springs ,all of it for less than $35 , and my next handgun will be the SR9 both are great guns .
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Is the ruger gp100 mor reliable than a glock
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Yes they are.
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That is kinda what I thought because something with that good of a disine it couldn't help but be more reliable than a glock
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Everything is better than a glock except jennings pistols. Hi points are better to.
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Not to be disrespectful but Hi Points are what I like to call "gangster special" guns. You can pick them up used for about $150, they're ugly, heavy, bulky, and I wouldn't want to test my life to them.
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Not to be disrespectful but Hi Points are what I like to call "gangster special" guns. You can pick them up used for about $150, they're ugly, heavy, bulky, and I wouldn't want to test my life to them.
I didnt say what they were better for....just better. They make hellacious trotline weights also work pretty well for trap drags. Glocks are to light and to easy to break.
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Glocks are OK to carry. But please paint the muzzle orange so everyone knows that you are carrying a toy.
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