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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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A sig would cure your glock addiction, but then you'd come down with the signess...
 

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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.
 

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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. :danceban: :rofl: :congrats:


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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! :rofl:
 

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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.:danceban::danceban::king:
 

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Very contagious, I’ve 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.........
 

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Why, yes there is a cure-----take 2 XD's and PM me in the morning. :danceban: :rofl: :congrats:


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Yeah and tell him you still like the Glock better. LOL:rolleyes:
 

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I don't know about everyone else, but I just keep buying them....sure it cures nothing, but I feel better!
 

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It's GUN-ITIS. Once you obtain all the GLOCK models, you start obtaining other brands. It's a male gene issue.
 
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