Addicted, Please Help

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    Addicted, Please Help

    Picked up my G36 today! Looks nice next to the 23, looking forward to running a few rounds through it.

    Is there any cure for Glockitis? Would a Les Baer or Nighthawk Custom bring me back into reality?

    Or is it all so much fun that one should just go with the flow?


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    No known cure. I have an addiction to Smith & Wesson Third Generation Semi-Autos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparoutlaw View Post
    Picked up my G36 today! Looks nice next to the 23, looking forward to running a few rounds through it.

    Is there any cure for Glockitis?
    Congrats! And there is no need for a cure. Once you catch Glockitis, you ARE cured!!

    You can still buy non-Glocks. Enjoy them even. Ruger .22 charger will no doubt see more use at the range. But when there's a thump at 2 am, I reach for my 26.
    The views expressed above are the opinion of the poster and may or may not be total bunk.
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    Get a Glock 20 or 29, this will cure your adventure for the penultimate Glock!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparoutlaw View Post
    Picked up my G36 today! Looks nice next to the 23, looking forward to running a few rounds through it.

    Is there any cure for Glockitis? Would a Les Baer or Nighthawk Custom bring me back into reality?

    Or is it all so much fun that one should just go with the flow?
    As much as I'd like a T3 or GRP, I'm sure I'd still carry the drastic plastic more.
    I once purchased a perfect P228 per people's recommendations but stilll preferred the perfect poly pistol.
    Glockitis doesn't affect everyone but for the truely infected, there is no cure.
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    Why, yes there is a cure-----take 2 XD's and PM me in the morning.


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    Welcome to the world of being a Glockster! A cure for Glockitis? Don't ask me........I just live there.

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    There is one cure... COLD TURKEY! Send me all your Glocks!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Sounds like you need a 27 to keep the 23 company.... There is no cure...
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    No known cure, but that Glock-36 makes having the disease well worth it...you're going to love that gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moparoutlaw View Post
    Picked up my G36 today! Looks nice next to the 23, looking forward to running a few rounds through it.

    Is there any cure for Glockitis? Would a Les Baer or Nighthawk Custom bring me back into reality?

    Or is it all so much fun that one should just go with the flow?
    Shoot a Beretta Px4 Storm and that will cure you...



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    Very contagious, Iíve only carried one a couple of days and feel a fever coming on.

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    There is no known cure for Glockitis. You can however, manage it by purchasing one Glock per year.

    Follow this prescription, and you will suffer no ill effects.
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    It's OK; really, it is OK to admit you have a problem, we all do here. Admission is the first step towards acceptance, then we can begin recovery......Just stand up in front of the group, state your name, and.........
    "Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined". - Patrick Henry

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