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    Quote Originally Posted by indiucky View Post
    There is no law against tools being pretty as well.....

    It is pretty that's for sure, But let's remember 1986 Pinecrest, FL. More than a few empty service revolvers before the shooting stopped.
    You would need a fanny pack to carry enough speed loaders to compare with a 16 round pistol and two mags on your waist.
    Well unless you have lots of real estate on you Sam Browne.

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    Pinecrest, FL. Also plenty of empty mags from S&W Model 459's and empty Rem 870's...in point of fact the two agents killed were carrying semi-autos.
    Thor himself has spoken, mere mortals must make it so. - bradmedic04

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    This is one of my tools, also. What else could I ask for, you say?
    All skill is in vain when an angel pisses in the flintlock of your musket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScouT6a View Post
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    This is one of my tools, also. What else could I ask for, you say?
    Where the hell you work that issues a Glock AND a muzzleloader?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vigilant View Post
    Where the hell you work that issues a Glock AND a muzzleloader?
    Amish country. The muzzleloader for "normal" offenders and the Glock for the Amish mafia.
    All skill is in vain when an angel pisses in the flintlock of your musket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indiucky View Post
    There is no law against tools being pretty as well...
    That is true. Tools can be pretty. And, "pretty" is in the eyes of the beholder. What is pretty to you might be different from what is pretty to me or anyone else in this thread. But, you knew that.

    I have never been in law enforcement or the military, but it seems to me that when it comes to tools that are issued to you to do a job, that reliability, accuracy, and a whole 'nuther list of attributes including weight, durability, and maintainability should come before "pretty". The OP said he didn't like the look of his duty weapon. I'll bet that when the Amish mafia starts shooting at him, he will be less concerned about the look and more concerned about the reliability and accuracy.
    "Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake." attributed to Napoleon Bonaparte

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    Military = Best quality equipment money can buy. Provided by the lowest bidder, of course.
    All skill is in vain when an angel pisses in the flintlock of your musket.

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    Glock 22 is my favorite, has never let me down, never jammed, always fired strait and true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank_N_Stein View Post
    Just remember that it was free! ..
    EXCUSE ME?
    We ALL paid for those, thank you very much...
    NRA Instructor/Dormant U.S.Marine/ NRA Benefactor-Life

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    I have never had a problem with how the Glock looks. I jut never trusted a plastic gun till I tried out one of my sons Glocks. It worked fine and was accurate. The cost is what sold me on getting one. $400 for a 45 ACP, (used) that was accurate and reliable. That made for a great carry gun.

    Do I like shooting it as much as my Browning High power? No way. Is it as good looking as my 1911? Not even close. What it has going for it is, it's reliable, accurate and affordable. That is hard to beat and that is why they are so popular.



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