This is a discussion on Anyone else prefer metal guns over polymer? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by msgt/ret Call me old school if you wish but guns should be made of metal and holsters of leather. I cant help ...
I really like my Glocks but a 1911 feels the most natural in my hand.
Browning/FN Hi-Power fan here. There's just that tough-to-verbalize...something. Kinda' like describing love-at-first-sight, or in this case...first-front-sight.
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Man this is so refreshing. I'll have to check back in here in a bit. Have to go do a few things.
All my weapons are made of metal but the few polymer weapons I fired, felt good and shot great.
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I don't see plastic guns as collectibles. Sorry.
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i prefer polymer for several reasons but would never knock anyone for preferring the other.
a good ol' metal gun can still be used for a good ol' pistol whipping...............a lost art in my opinion.
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I have owned a polymer p250 and traded it for an all metal p229. What if I told u I like the p229 better? O have shot numerous polymer and metal guns. I prefer metal because I like the weight and it just feels sturdier. The sound of a metal slide on a metal frame sticks with u. What a beautiful sound.....
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I love the feel of steel guns and how they shoot but not the extra weight when carried IWB.
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I love an all metal gun, especially in revolver format. That much said, I love poly guns too. In fact I generally love firearms as a whole. It just depends on the gun and mood I suppose. I love the feel of my PPQ over my 1911, I love the feel of my 1911 over my Sig Mosquito, and I'd take my S&W .44 any day over all of them in terms of pure "feels good" tactile feedback.