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Thread: Glock Vs Kimber in the Locker Room

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    Two men argue the virtues of plastic vs Steel (Content Warning.)


    http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/5229541/

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    BrenTen wrote:
    Two men argue the virtues of plastic vs Steel (Content Warning.)


    http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/5229541/
    that was actually kind of funny

    good commentary on stupid people that make arguments where none are warranted

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    That was pretty good.

    Do you REALLY own a Bren Ten, or are you just a fan? The Bren is a VERY nice firearm. Wish I had one--I'm a big fan of the 10mm. I had a Colt Delta Elite for about 7 years, and have been kicking myself ever since I sold it. Should have never done that...
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    Lots of good Hand Guns out there. Glock, Springfield etc

    Its what works for operator, grip, trigger pull, parts easily accessable etc etc.

    Me, well... G-23

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    PaleoCon wrote:
    Lots of good Hand Guns out there. Glock, Springfield etc

    Its what works for operator, grip, trigger pull, parts easily accessable etc etc.

    Me, well... G-23
    g-23, woot. my fave for sure.

    Devery

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    +1...

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    um,....K

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    That's hilarious.

    I love the XD vs. Glock as well.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBdYBc0BLgQ
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    The glock is great but it is so damn fugly I cant get past it. Ill take the work of art Kimber.



    I compare my G29 and G19 to my 1911 and man no contest.

    At work I have shown my guns to dozens of people. I usually open the Glock case and they go oh thats nice. When I open the case to my 1911 , even gun haters go WOW OMG that is beautiful, what is it exaclty ?? is it an antique from WW2 haha, they dont believe me when I tell them it is a 2009.

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    Glock It wrote:
    The glock is great but it is so damn fugly I cant get past it. Ill take the work of art Kimber.

    I compare my G29 and G19 to my 1911 and man no contest.

    At work I have shown my guns to dozens of people. I usually open the Glock case and they go oh thats nice. When I open the case to my 1911 , even gun haters go WOW OMG that is beautiful, what is it exaclty ?? is it an antique from WW2 haha, they dont believe me when I tell them it is a 2009.
    I have both, a Glock (21SF/w Pic Rail) and a 1911, but the Glock Longslides are about the fugliest pistols I've ever seen, especially when you couple the longslide with a profound, pig-nosed dust cover.

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    It took about 20 minutes to create my short video.... I'm thinking it might be a useful tool for those of us with youtube and other OC accounts....

    http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/5917181/

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