View Poll Results: Do you own a glock?

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    I've owned 5 over the years... Not really a fan now. I have none, and no plans to buy another.

    I generally prefer rubber grips - which necessitates a metal gun (since I hate those slip on grips). I also prefer DA/SA guns

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    I have the utmost respect for Glock, that being said, I guess it's what train you jump on. I was first introduced to Beretta as my stepfather owned a 25 auto jetfire and I was immediately impressed with it's quality, bought a 92G after
    i got out of the army, which is and has been flawless, then purchased 2 Storms which are fantastic pistols w/ a really good DA/SA. The way i figure it is why jump off the Beretta train? I too prefer a good DA/SA as well. I must say the only time I've shot a Glock was back aways and it was a G19 and I shot it well and was impressed, but comparing it to the SA on my Beretta 92 the trigger felt like a staple gun, however, I shot it very well and it performed flawlessly. Just a matter of personnel preference, both are great pistols and I would own either.
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    First time poster - Traded a Beretta 92FS for a Glock 19 for a RIA 1911. Happy with my decision.

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    No again and never will.I didn't like them when they came out,since then the company and it's product haven't given me reason to change my mind.

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    Yup Have many, shoot them all, and I like 'em. Aesthetics? Holly, they look fine from the back.

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    Just got into researching, trying out and selecting handguns within the last year. All I read at first and heard from lots of people was "get a glock". Once I held my second one I knew they weren't for me, which was a great relief because all along I thought they were kinda ugly. They just don't feel good in some hands, alot of glock peeps cant even comprehend that, lol. Now after getting my third handgun, a CZ P-01, I really know that I'll never have a glock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HK Dan View Post
    Yup Have many, shoot them all, and I like 'em. Aesthetics? Holly, they look fine from the back.
    Maybe.

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    I have 2 handguns, both Glocks, G22 and G20.

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    DON'T AND WONT!!! Shot my buddies mod 27 in 45acp and i thought i was shooting a brick. If i ever decide to buy an ugly plastic gun i'll buy a Hi-Point at a third of the cost and i wont feel so bad when i chunk it off a bridge in to a lake.

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    Um, I believe that the Hi-Point is zinc, not plastic.
    (It'd probably work even better, if it were all-plastic.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M1911A1 View Post
    Um, I believe that the Hi-Point is zinc, not plastic.
    (It'd probably work even better, if it were all-plastic.)
    zinc, plastic, pot metal, slag from a hot glue gun. makes no diff to me i wouldnt hesitate to throw either one off a bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opus View Post
    zinc, plastic, pot metal, slag from a hot glue gun. makes no diff to me i wouldnt hesitate to throw either one off a bridge.
    I'm sorry i didn't mean that to come off like it sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opus View Post
    DON'T AND WONT!!! Shot my buddies mod 27 in 45acp and i thought i was shooting a brick. If i ever decide to buy an ugly plastic gun i'll buy a Hi-Point at a third of the cost and i wont feel so bad when i chunk it off a bridge in to a lake.
    Does Glock make a model 27 in .45ACP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Does Glock make a model 27 in .45ACP?
    i'm pretty sure it's a 27. I do know it's thick and bulky and resembles a brick.

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    sorry i just called him its a 21

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    I like all my pistols, or else I wouldn't have bought them. My Glock 17 is my nightstand gun.

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    No plans to get one.
    If for some reason I thought I needed another ploymer striker pistol, I'd probably get a M&P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opus View Post
    zinc, plastic, pot metal, slag from a hot glue gun. makes no diff to me i wouldnt hesitate to throw either one off a bridge.
    I'm shocked! Shocked, I say!

    One might assume, from your words, that you like neither the Hi-Point nor the Glock pistol.
    Am I correct? Could that be true?

    Heavens to Murgatroyd!




    (I don't own either one, due to their extreme lack of any ęsthetic quality, but I understand that they do work...at least, in the case of the Hi-Point, for a while.)

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    your assumption would be very dead on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M1911A1 View Post
    I'm shocked! Shocked, I say!

    One might assume, from your words, that you like neither the Hi-Point nor the Glock pistol.
    Am I correct? Could that be true?

    Heavens to Murgatroyd!




    (I don't own either one, due to their extreme lack of any ęsthetic quality, but I understand that they do work...at least, in the case of the Hi-Point, for a while.)
    if you don't really want a gun but feel that you might need one for home defence, why spend all that cash on a pistol that you hope to never use. Hi-Point is the ticket! me on the other hand want the robber comming thru the window to think my god that is one sexy pistol as he catches a 9mm hp in the pelvis

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