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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by Medic!, Apr 17, 2013.
Actually, most of those parts are polymer coated metal to reduce friction. The guide rod can be all polymer and has been found to be just as adequate if not better than an all-metal guide rod.
I would own another Sig Sauer or FNH Polymer pistol in a heartbeat. Polymer does not mean junk, only lighter in weight. I've not owned a Glock as I think they are fugly but I have to admit, I'd own a G26 or G27. I currently have a Beretta 96 (and a SW6906) and it (the Beretta) did have a Polymer Guide Rod but I swapped it out for an all metal one. It added 18g of weight as I recall.
I'm just going to buy a new one.
Thats not "plastic", thats "military grade polymer" lol............. Oh, and I have a Ted Williams Model 100 in 30-30, huh huh? It was made when they still used solid pins so.........
I just like all guns that are good quality. I love my Glocks and DX's. I do get a kick out of folks that don't. I lack the energy to ride around lanceing windmills. But progress often runs ahead of most men. Wich is funny because I'm so out of touch with whats new! And even though I'm older, I almost allways like new technology. Guns, cars and most other stuff. The lines of a women are about the only thing that comes to mind that needs no improvement! Oh lord! I hope I did not just come full circle. Cherry 2000 comes to mind.