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#21 only7rounds



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Posted January 28 2020 - 03:42 PM

Glock and never look back.

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#22 RVA



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Posted January 28 2020 - 07:50 PM

No safety switch, accurate, super dependable??? Hummm… Its spelled GLOCK. IMHO



Glock and never look back.


I admit that I am having trouble warming up to Glocks, probably for the wrong reasons. No "personality"!

#23 Dakhath


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Posted January 28 2020 - 08:47 PM

i have a glock and a 1911. It's like having a civic and a mustang, respectively. Both will get the job done, one you WANT to take a little better care of.


To take this analogy way too far, both also have plenty of versions and options to suit many tastes. Find the one(s) that fit YOU.

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Posted February 05 2020 - 05:29 PM

I added to the list today, but in a different way than even I expected. I am having so much fun at Freeport range, that I need to find a way to shoot more. Enter the .22LR, specifically a Mark IV 22/45. I pick it up tomorrow!



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