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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by oremike, Jul 1, 2016.
If you shoot an ugly gun you don't have to look at it.
The 1911 guys aren't going to like you disparaging their weapon of choice.
This just went sideways Where does that leave me? I shoot Glock and 1911
Goes bang, target drops. Love at first squeeze
I love my Sig's. But you know what my daily carry is? A Glock 19. Its proven time and time again to be dependable, accurate and lightweight / concealable.
It takes a village to raise a child.
Or something like that.
That makes you a...... double bagger.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
That's easy to say when you usually turn the lights off!
How many can go from G17 to G43 and tell size and caliber in under a minute?
I just wish they could have saved the G40 for 22lr! That would have created perfect harmony with the G22 in 40.
I carry and have only Glocks out of ease and convienence, However, If money weren't an issue I'd add a few other species to the environment.
BLASPHEMY.... KEEL HIM!!!!
You can have others but it is only a means to reaffirm Glock Perfection.
As I have stated before I was not always a Glock fan until I shot one. Cleaned one. Worked on one.etc. etc. etc.
I've got a couple BBQ guns and the G40 isn't one of them. I've thought of trading it in on a Sig P220 Elite, and then I shoot the Glock and it makes me smile again. So it stays.
I remember back in the 80's when the G17 came out.... FUGLY!!! I never gave Glocks ANY attention and I stuck to my (Italain made) 92F more or less for a CCW until I saw and acquired a G30 for EDC about 6-yrs ago... then a G19.3 (for the wife), then a G19.4 (for me), then a G43 as a BUG (for me). I may get a couple more G19.3's (real soon) for my other "household wingmen" to use if ever it goes SHTF/TEOTWAWKI.
I still remember, about 40 years ago when I pulled up to a store in a fairly trashed sports car that had a caved in front end and massive areas of bondo, realizing that you don't see the ugly outside of a car while you are driving it from the inside.
That said, I like shooting my SIG more than my Glock; it fits my hand better, it feels smoother shooting and the trigger is a lot better.
I had a Sig 229 and I wanted to like it, but after a year I sold it.
The glock while it may be ugly to some, is completely versatile, easy to maintain, and being able to use magazines in multiple handguns sold me. I have a 26, 17, and 34 so I just bought a bunch of G17 mags that work for all of them.
I'm waiting for someone to make a 30rnd stick mag for my G43 and G42. Now that would be some Glock perfection