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  1. Pandinha is offline

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    Something about a GLOCK

    I love my 1911's, I carry a Kimber in my backpack along with my laptop, and it's just a great little .45 gun.

    I haven't worn or trained with my GLOCK 30 for some time now. I put my paddle on, slapped the 30 in there, and damn, it just hides so well at 4 o'clock.

    Since I did most of my firearms training with the 30, it didn't take too long to get my draw so it felt natural, about 6 or 7 times, concealed.

    There is just something inherently stable about a GLOCK. From the sound of the slide racking up another round, to the way it feels molded to my hand.
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    I carry the G-22 on duty, and have a 23 & 27 too. They are great, almost cop-proof weapons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slamdunc
    I carry the G-22 on duty, and have a 23 & 27 too. They are great, almost cop-proof weapons.
    Do you have the heavier trigger pulls on your GLOCKS? I had mine worked on, a steady 7lbs.
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    I couldn't agree more.

    As much as I love my 1911...the simplicity of a Glock is a beautiful thing.

    And let's be honest...Glocks are fucking easy to clean...and that is a great thing!!!
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    I guess I'll never get it.
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    When I was on my old Dept., I carried a glock 22 and I had a 27 for a secondary.

    Off duty I carried a sig because I felt the trigger pull and the solid build of the pistol were something I needed. I can't say enough good things about Sig.

    I had a glock 30 for a while and it was the most accurate glock I ever owned. The trigger still sucked ass tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MONGO
    When I was on my old Dept., I carried a glock 22 and I had a 27 for a secondary.

    Off duty I carried a sig because I felt the trigger pull and the solid build of the pistol were something I needed. I can't say enough good things about Sig.

    I had a glock 30 for a while and it was the most accurate glock I ever owned. The trigger still sucked ass tho.
    The first thing I did once I broke my 30 in was get the trigger worked on. Having a GLOCK armorer at the range is a godsend!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony
    Do you have the heavier trigger pulls on your GLOCKS? I had mine worked on, a steady 7lbs.
    Factory trigger (5 or 5.5#). I only added night-sights and a stainless guide-rod with a heavy spring. I want new triggers for all of them, but $90 each, that is too much for me.
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    wouldnt call a Glock cop proof. Most police AD's are derived from Glock users. lack of a manual safety will do that though no matter the gun, be it sigs are HK's
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    "You Homo Sapiens and your guns.." - Magneto
    " If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
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