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This is a discussion on Shot my first Glock this last week.. within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Glock 19 to be exact...Exactly as I thought..uncomfortable and left a lot to be desired IMO.. Grip was rough and not easy to get, my ...
Glock 19 to be exact...Exactly as I thought..uncomfortable and left a lot to be desired IMO..
Grip was rough and not easy to get, my accuracy was terrible with it, and recoil seemed pretty significant for some reason?
Guess I will just have to stick with Sig and H&K
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That's odd. Sigs always tend to have more muzzle flip for me. My 9 year old daughter can shoot my 19 just fine and she's tiny. If you shoot one again, try getting a higher grip on the gun. Biggest mistake I see with new Glock shooters.
Btw, I can like Sigs but you can keep your HK!
I thought just the opposite.....I liked the Glock 19 way better than the Sig or the HK......different strokes, I guess. I have had mine for years and really like it.
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Never liked them, and never will.
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Always liked them, and always will. In fact, I've never met/handled/fired a weapon I could not master and did not like.
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Well at least you gave it a try. If we all liked the same things, what a boring world this would be. Stay safe
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It's a personal preference. They are great guns, but they aren't for everyone.
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