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    glock for a sig

    so today I went to my local gun shop and droped my glock 17 as a down payment on a sig p226.

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    Good choice, i love my SIG. haven't held a Glock in my hands that i like yet, they just dont fit my hand right.

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    Congratulations.

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    Nicely played................do you have a weapon now while you are waiting?

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    thanks all yeah guess I'm not a big glock fan some things about glock I love some I don't. Ya the glock was my only auto loader but, handgun wise I just have a S&W 686 which I LOVE!!! Pretty excited about the Sig, It was the auto loader I originally wanted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8Eric6 View Post
    thanks all yeah guess I'm not a big glock fan some things about glock I love some I don't. Ya the glock was my only auto loader but, handgun wise I just have a S&W 686 which I LOVE!!! Pretty excited about the Sig, It was the auto loader I originally wanted.
    Your S&W 686 will soon become jealous....

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    I have fired a Glock 17, and 34, about 100 rounds between them and I must say, I didn't like it.

    Something about the gun didn't feel right in my hands. To doubly compound this I fired an H&KP30L and was impressed, they only issue I had was the trigger position, so as far as Poly gun's go I would stick to the H&K. Granted its about 400$ more so my opinion is moot.

    I haven't fired my recently purchased 226 so I cant comment but I will say this. just having held it in my hands I was sold. (that at 600$ was hard to pass up)

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    Smart man, and a very wise decision .... Glock for a Sig 226 ....

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