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    Glock Doctor is offline Banned
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    You know! I should never have opened this thread. Now, I feel nauseous.

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    Glock 26...great tool. The custom work...looks very nice alone. The two together are like putting low profile tires on a 4wd jeep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YFZsandrider View Post
    I don't really appreciate that look... but if you're gonna do it to anything, why not a 1911, or something of some value? Thats like putting a $5k paint job on a Pinto
    Gotta have an attractive platform to start with. Spinners on a Yugo.

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    This is not a firearm for shooting, IMO. But then again, why have a glock for decorative purposes?

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    I've always thought Glocks are OK. Really functional. An appliance. Just like your 'frig, your stove, your washer, and your dryer.

    But you know, this engraving stuff REALLY turned me on.
    After talking to my local engraver, and getting some prices from him, I've hit upon the perfect solution.

    I'm printing out color photos of engraving patterns, and Scotch-taping them to my appliance control panels.

    THAT will impress any females that might be lured into my domicile and convince them that I am a metrosexual of exquisite taste.

    P.S.
    Anybody actually buying a Glock like that had better wipe off the coke residue before the DEA and ATF Swat teams arrive.

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    It's perty if you spun it on a table but I'd never own a safe queen myself.

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    One thing is for certain. You will be the only person to own a Glock like that

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    Is that your carry piece for formal affairs?

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    I don't like it at all...

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    Block of wood....

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    comes with its own bling..... how appropriate

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy62 View Post
    Gotta have an attractive platform to start with. Spinners on a Yugo.
    Screen windows on a Pacer. Before the Pinto's where born.

    Putting lipstick on a pit bull. ooops sorry that is our ex Governor.

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