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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Impureclient, Aug 19, 2012.

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  1. Impureclient

    Impureclient Member

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    Some opinions would be helpful, thanks.
     
  2. 918v

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    From the Book of Genesis:

     
  3. PabloJ

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    Light to carry of simple design, reliable, accurate, easy to maintain, excellent customer service center, lots of aftermarket add ons available, easy to resell with good value.
     
  4. WYOMan

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    I've had my G30 since they first came out. It's more accurate than me, never failed in any way, and no it doesn't come equipped with a pin and a spoon like others wouls have you believe.
     
  5. Taurus 617 CCW

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    I have a Glock 19 for home defense. It has been 100% reliable. I applaud Glock for their design simplicity.
     
  6. powder

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    Excellent, basic, boring precision, great aftermarket.
     
  7. Sam1911

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    Seriously? :scrutiny: Seven THOUSAND Glock threads here on THR and you just want "some opinions?" :rolleyes:

    OK:

    1) They're good.
    2) They're bad.
    3) They ROCK!
    4) They SUCK!
    5) They're PERFECTION.
    6) They're cheap, flawed designs.
    7) They are engineered to work perfectly with the fastest Isoscales presentation, most used today.
    8) They have a terrible grip angle.
    9) They'll digest anything.
    10) They can't shoot lead bullets.
    11) They're surprisingly accurate.
    12) They're woefully inaccurate.
    13) They're great because the manual of arms is so simple and safe.
    14) They're inherently flawed and dangerous because they don't have an external safety.
    15) There's nothing so beautiful as form following function.
    16) They're ugly.
    17) They're ultimately reliable.
    18) They're prone to breakage, and probably will go "Ka-Boom."
    19) They are the standard for a service sidearm.
    20) They couldn't pass the military's tests.

    ... and so on.

    How many more opinions would you like?
     
  8. PabloJ

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    The Glock is to firearm what Honda is to an automobile sir.
     
  9. steveb4c

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    try one, if you like it keep it, if not you won't have any problems getting rid of it. my G19 is a keeper, and it plays well with my 1911's. grip angle dosen't bother me.
     
  10. Jorg Nysgerrig

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    I'm afraid if you're going to have to put in a bit more effort than that if you want to start this sort of thread.

    As Sam said, there are tens of thousands of threads about Glocks on various gun forums on the internet. If you want to ask opinions about a a certain Glock or Glocks for a certain task, but just starting out with, "Glock opinions, go!" isn't terribly condusive to a discussion.
     
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