Dave Sevigny wins USPSA Limited with a G35! Why's that significant?

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    Rock i honestly wish i could shoot half as good as a glock , Its a fine pistol , just not a pistol for everyone , nor is any platform . actualy the " journymans " lable is high compliment from me lol .
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    Now that Ernest Langdon and Julie Goleski are with "Team" S&W, I'm anxious to find out how they do with the M&Ps. Tangle...did they compete and if so, how did they do?
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    OK guys, we're drifting from a newsworthy event into a Glock/1911 discussion, and I think we all know where that leads.

    Having said that, I think both are great guns, I have five each of both and it's great that we have such a diversified choice to suit our personal tastes. It's the 'mine's better because' part that I don't understand. It gets as bad a the Ford vs Chevy debates.

    I will say that Glocks have been trashed more than any other gun I know of, and unjustly so I think. I guess I'm glad to see some validation of the Glock.

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    rocky,

    The article was just a one page column with text and pics on the same page so it didn't say anything else about the competition. But, you've got me curious, I wonder if Langdon and Goleski did compete.

    I didn't realize that Goleski had moved from Glock to S&W!!!! Wow! S&W is getting serious about competition.

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    i would like to know how Goleski did also she was glocks poster girl

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    I know Bud, I'm kinda shocked to learn she's gone to S&W. I'm glad, but surprised. I'm glad because S&W is a good ole American company, again, and apparently they intend to win some competitions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangle View Post
    rocky,

    The article was just a one page column with text and pics on the same page so it didn't say anything else about the competition. But, you've got me curious, I wonder if Langdon and Goleski did compete.

    I didn't realize that Goleski had moved from Glock to S&W!!!! Wow! S&W is getting serious about competition.

    Huh? Rocky? I'm sure he's better looking than my ugly mug.

    Rumint has it that Glock could have taken care of JG (and Beretta and SIG could have taken better care of Ernest Langdon)...leading to both of them going to S&W.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srfl View Post
    Huh? Rocky? I'm sure he's better looking than my ugly mug.

    Rumint has it that Glock could have taken care of JG (and Beretta and SIG could have taken better care of Ernest Langdon)...leading to both of them going to S&W.
    I'm sorry man, I was in a hurry and apparently was typing without my brain engaged.

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    I miss Julie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangle View Post
    I'm sorry man, I was in a hurry and apparently was typing without my brain engaged.
    ...no worries...calling me "Rocky" is a compliment!

    DS' win is outstanding! I remember hearing that winning any IDPA non-wheelgun event is impossible unless you do it with a 1911...and then Langdon wins the SSP and overall Nationals title in 2000 with a modified Beretta 92 9mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srfl View Post
    ...then Langdon wins the SSP and overall Nationals title in 2000 with a modified Beretta 92 9mm.
    I think he's gonna win with the M&P - apparently S&W does too.

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    I wonder which M&P he'll use....I'd love to see him kick bootay with an M&P45.
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    Hmmm, I hadn't thought about which one, that'll be espeically interesting if he shoots the .45 version!

    The .45 isn't available yet is it?

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    I'm sure to them it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangle View Post
    Hmmm, I hadn't thought about which one, that'll be espeically interesting if he shoots the .45 version!

    The .45 isn't available yet is it?
    ...I don't think so (to consumers at least). I saw the gun at SHOT; I thought I overheard EL saying to a couple of folks looking the gun over that the gun will be out soon....but maybe I misheard.
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