Re: What additional costs go along with a new gun purchase?
In some cases, yes. But I generally prefer more expensive HKs or more expensive 1911s, but that doesn't matter. We're not talking about getting a gun for me and my preferences are going to be different than most here.
Originally Posted by TheLAGuy
I have no issue with spending $50-$100 etc to upgrade a Glock trigger. I have certain preferences so that I'm going to change a number of things on pretty much anything I buy...that's life.
Go buy your G19, start shooting the heck out of it, if there's something you don't like you can change it.
What additional costs go along with a new gun purchase?
Can you point to a documented case of such making a difference in trial? I hear this a lot. But to date, have not seen such. Even Mas Ayoob hasn't found such definitively.
Originally Posted by hud35500