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Old 07-22-2010, 06:31 AM   #21
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I am wondering what your logic is on the glock being double action? In order to be double action it has to have a hammer not a striker which even though glock says that it is, really is not.
Nice first post.


Why don't you stop by the introductions thread and redeem yourself?
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Old 07-22-2010, 03:26 PM   #22
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Nice first post.


Why don't you stop by the introductions thread and redeem yourself?
In what way do I need to redeem myself? Look it up Glock is not a double action weapon there are lots of experts who agree with me. Why Glocks are NOT Double Action
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My first ever handgun that i bought was a XDM9(along with my kimber 1911 45). I love that gun (xd) smooth as glass dead on accurate put 200 rounds thru it without cleaning and shows little to no sign of wear. i love the way it feels in my hands simple to strip and clean light where it needs to be. Gotta support American companies. my one and only complain is that it seems much louder then my 45 i dont know if anyone else thinks the same but its a higher pitch metallic sound to it. i dunno maybe im crazy but i do love my xd. Plus 19+1 just incase you have bad aim...

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In what way do I need to redeem myself? Look it up Glock is not a double action weapon there are lots of experts who agree with me. Why Glocks are NOT Double Action
You don't, just be you.
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Old 08-02-2010, 10:39 AM   #25
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OP. I would pick both and have. I have both and both are great guns.
Both dependable and accurate.
That being said you could just get the one that costs the least amount for you.

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