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    I like my gen 4 Glock 19. I've had the 17 and some others and never had a problem with any of them. But S&W, Beretta also have very reliable pistols. The Glock 19 just fits for me. As to caliber? I have never seen any real evidence that one handgun caliber works better or worse than another. A hit in the right place obviates caliber. So does a hit in the wrong place. I have experience with the 9mm and I know what it can do. I have no experience with the 40 but at this stage of life I am happier with less recoil. I would happily use a .22 LR in a reliable handgun for civilian self defense. I know people who do.

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    That's a pea shooter the .22 is. Just going to piss someone off if you shoot them with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLAGuy View Post
    why do you shoot so many rounds per year if you dont mind me asking? law enforcement?

    hI LAGuy,
    I soot (or better, have shooted) so much due to 3 reasons:
    1. I've been in the It-Army IPSC squad for 15 years (I'm in the military);
    2. I own and carry guns, and I do not want to fail;
    3. I liked it a lot

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    Did it make you feel like a boss?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPT.ZERO View Post
    To drill, I shoot about some 15.000 rounds / year.

    The firing pin spring soffers of fatigue, if keeped cooked.
    The springs are wearing out because you are using them. (Cycling them) Not because you keep one in the chamber (keeped cooked )

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    I'm no English Major, but in the age of "spell check", really???????

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    well , the biggest issue I have is money for enough ammo ! Them suckers just keep-a shootin.!

    I hates spell check.........! Grammatically speakin..!

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    To be honest , ? My .45/70 really makes me feel like the KING........!

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    in my experience, the only thing about a Glock is you can't break them.....

    My dad has 3, my husband has one. My buddy has about 4 or 5. They are very nice guns.

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    I own both and I prefer the Glock 19 over the 17 as it fits my hand better and I an shoot it better and when it comes time to carry it is easier to carry and conceal. hell NYPD uses them and loves them over all the others authorized for carry.

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