OK...I admit it...I like to stir up trouble...so... :) a 1911 vs. Glock thread....

OK...I admit it...I like to stir up trouble...so... :) a 1911 vs. Glock thread....

This is a discussion on OK...I admit it...I like to stir up trouble...so... :) a 1911 vs. Glock thread.... within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; but it's all as a joke :) ...saw this on another board...thought it was worth a laugh... not trying to offend anyone :) --Jim...

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    OK...I admit it...I like to stir up trouble...so... :) a 1911 vs. Glock thread....

    but it's all as a joke :)


    ...saw this on another board...thought it was worth a laugh...

    not trying to offend anyone :)

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    Can''t stir up trouble with me LOL.I have both types.and a lot more too LOL

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    Wait a minute "...9mm is for women and pansies..."? Sounds like somebody's mother must have dropped them on their head when they were a baby!

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    Hehe Jim - sure your handle ain't ''fireSTARTER''? LOL!

    I like these two lines folks have used in sig lines --

    ''9mm = .45acp set on stun''

    ''.45acp - 9mm on steroids"

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    Chris...

    I promise I'm not a pyro, at least as long as we're not talkign camp fires here :)

    hehehe...

    I saw the penny arcade article on THR and thought it was great, so I downloaded it, passed it around work, and then posted over here :)

    Just for fun...I promise.

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    Not going to lie but i don't know many people that would want to be on the "stunning" end of that 9mm. Bottom line, it'll get the job done just as good as .45acp.

    Note: I'm pulling that trigger until the gun stops loading rounds into the chamber.
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    I don't prefer either but if a rich and eccentric long lost relative dies and names me his heir, and I must choose to never possess one or the other to get the inheritance, I would choose to never possess the Glock.

    I think of a Glock like I think of a Ford. I may joke I hate them but I really don't. When you objectively compare Ford to whatever they're really not that bad, just like when you compare Glock to whatever they're not that bad. They're just not for me. I do like the Model 19 somewhat and the Models 30 and 36 still intrigue me.

    If I had to get a Glock I'd get the 19.

    I think of a 1911 like I think of a 4WD Crew Cab Silverado with the big engine and the heavy duty suspension and the skid plates and a big old brushguard and a winch and a headache rack and all sorts of toolboxes: It's something I'd like to have some day but I don't really need it and it's too much of a money sinkhole if you really wanted to get into it anyway. The cost of all the toys to go with it is just too great.

    Just as I purchased a more reasonable truck, I may one day purchase a more reasonable 1911.

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    both work. Funny comic though.

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    This argument has been played out many times.

    The .45 won every time.

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    $345.00 "stun gun" I got the other day..YeeeeOUCH....with 2 Hi-caps and VERY BRIGHT Trijicons.. More to come very soon too lol
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    You know you want one, "Luke" (Euc) let yourself go, and feel the "force" run through you..
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    All of you will one day join the dark side. Stop figthing it. You don't even have to give up your precious 45ACP. Glock 21 = 13+1 rounds of 45. Feel the power.
    Blessed be the Lord my rock who trains my hands for war and my fingers for battle. Psalm 144:1

    Si vis pacem, para bellum

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    Dark side? or Tupperware pails??
    You're too funny JT

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    JT - That was great

    "All of you will one day join the dark side. Stop figthing it. You don't even have to give up your precious 45ACP. Glock 21 = 13+1 rounds of 45. Feel the power."

    Well you can beat your swords into plowshares & you can forge your Colt pistol into a really nice Bowie Knife but, you can only "injection mold" your GLOCK into plastic milk jugs.

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    LMAO.you're right QK.......

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    QK...

    the only problem i see with that is you could say the same thing about my USPc :(
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