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    ^ love your signature. the brady campaign would love it.

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    At this time I do not own any Glocks. I have owned G23 (2 of them), a G27, and a G21 (1st generation) I liked shooting all of them especially the G21. Never had any kind of a failure with any of them. I had one Kahr P40 and hated that gun, poorest trigger I have ever fired. Currently have several 1911's and plan to stay with them. I do wish they were as reliable as the Glocks were.

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    I admit it, I'm a Glockaholic. I like shooting anything that goes bang but I just haven't found anything that compares for me. I'm giving up and just sticking to Glocks from now on.

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    I have almost the same collection. I have the 26, 19 and 34. I also have the 35. i don't really have a reason to get a 17 as the 34 will do everything the 17 does but better.
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    KOOL Aid

    I'm the same with HK.
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    The first gun I bought when I turned 21 was a Colt Gov't Model Series 80. After a few years of modding, it shot ok, but I traded it for a Sig P220 (the .45). I got rid of it after it would develop surface rust overnite sitting in a lokced box in my Jeep.

    Then I got a chance to shoot a G21. I ended up buying it, but traded it for a G23 as the G21 was just too big for my hands.

    Now, I wonder why I bothered with anything else but a Glock.

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    addicted to glocks? what is this nonsense!!!!

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    Haha yeah....Glocks do tend to multiply ;-)

    My first one was a brand new 17; I quickly replaced my XD45 with a G21, and I just bought a G26 last week. I carry all 3 regularly; even in the toasty weather we've been having, my trusty 17 is not that bad to conceal.

    I wouldn't say I'm addicted...it's more like I just stick with what works the best.
    G17, G26

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    Glocks do multiply like..........


    like Glocks!
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    I like the simple point and shoot weapons in times of stress, and Glock pistols are perfect for the job IMHO.
    God bless our troops!

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    I don't LIKE Glocks. Never have, probably never will.

    That being said, I RESPECT Glocks. They're completely reliable, durable, and accurate.

    It's just..........firing a Glock is like scoring with a big girl. Yeah, you'll do it....and enjoy it.....but you won't be telling all your buddies about it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant Mac View Post
    I don't LIKE Glocks. Never have, probably never will.

    That being said, I RESPECT Glocks. They're completely reliable, durable, and accurate.

    It's just..........firing a Glock is like scoring with a big girl. Yeah, you'll do it....and enjoy it.....but you won't be telling all your buddies about it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant Mac View Post
    I don't LIKE Glocks. Never have, probably never will.

    That being said, I RESPECT Glocks. They're completely reliable, durable, and accurate.

    It's just..........firing a Glock is like scoring with a big girl. Yeah, you'll do it....and enjoy it.....but you won't be telling all your buddies about it.....

    That's about how I feel. They might be good but are just too ugly to be seen with.

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    Over the years I have had several Glocks.
    22's, 23's, 21's, 17-L's, 34, 26, 24, 17, 30, & 20.
    Now all that is left are 2- 23's, 24, 21, & 17-L
    I have got rid of several that I wished I had kept, and traded for some that I allready had or bought them cheap because someone just didn't like it or was short of cash.
    I also have 6 1911's, and like them all.
    I guess I just like to shoot & carry good pistols.

    Rusty

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