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Old 10-06-2017, 5:05 PM
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Glocks are great, dependable guns. If thatís whatís available, Iíll shoot one. But having used them, other than reliability, I personally donít see what people get excited about.

Itís like getting getting really passionate about driving a Toyota Corolla when you could be driving an Audi or a Jaguar.
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Glocks are great, dependable guns. If thatís whatís available, Iíll shoot one. But having used them, other than reliability, I personally donít see what people get excited about.

Itís like getting getting really passionate about driving a Toyota Corolla when you could be driving an Audi or a Jaguar.
Lots of people can't afford the Audi or the Jag. Also many models of the Audi and Jag are not available here for purchase.
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I've been watching hickok45's videos and he gives some really, really good instructions on how to best use a glock. He brought my confidence level from a 3 to about an 8 by the time I was ready to practice. He's the best, he really is a nice guy. For me, the winchester white's shot the most accurate with the least amount of recoil. The worst ones were tulammo steel case, a shell got lodged in the barrel and took forever for us to get it out.

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G17/19/34
Mostly 9/40’s.

They all had feeding issues from multiple magazines.
Fail to eject.


All of which has led me to hate the gun the more I tried shooting them
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What is the point of this thread, if you don't like Glocks it's not changing anyone's mind. If you do like Glocks it's preaching to the choir.

And what is with the assumption that if you don't like Glocks you must be old. Glocks have been common in the shooting world for Over 20 years.

These types of threads all the same, does it really bruise someone's ego that bad just because some others dislike the gun they happen to like.
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What is the point of this thread, if you don't like Glocks it's not changing anyone's mind. If you do like Glocks it's preaching to the choir.

And what is with the assumption that if you don't like Glocks you must be old. Glocks have been common in the shooting world for Over 20 years.

These types of threads all the same,

does it really bruise someone's ego that bad just because some others dislike the gun they happen to like.
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True and a lot of times it's probably just fishing for a reaction.

But must people who have been shooting awhile know, it's not the gun. Any modern, good conditioned firearm no matter the make will perform just about any job you want it to do at a high level. It really comes down to splitting hairs, something else we are really good at.

I own and use many different handguns, I have five different(9 total)makes of handguns that I carry. Admittedly some much more then others, but in the course of a year for various reasons all will be carried at some point. All will do the job if I do mine and that's what it really comes down too.
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I have abstained my opinion of Glocks, thought about being politically correct, but with all do respect to Glock lovers, I just don't care for them, can't shoot them no matter what kind of fancy trigger brand or job they had, or fancy barrells , just not the gun for me. Sorryyyyyy.
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I have abstained my opinion of Glocks, thought about being politically correct, but with all do respect to Glock lovers, I just don't care for them, can't shoot them no matter what kind of fancy trigger brand or job they had, or fancy barrells , just not the gun for me. Sorryyyyyy.
Why are you "Sorryyyyy"? It's not for you.
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Anyone who can shoot Glock better than CZ, HK, SIG, Beretta, or SW/Ruger Revolver?
pls tell me how to shoot glock
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Lots of people can't afford the Audi or the Jag. Also many models of the Audi and Jag are not available here for purchase.
Both great reasons to buy one. I would never find fault in someone’s decision to pick up a Glock.

I just don’t see the rationale behind the brand loyalty that drives people to collect them and spend hundreds of dollars customizing them. They’re accurate and reliable, that’s it as far as I can see.

I would be interested in hearing why, for example, they would rather pick up a $500 glock and put hundreds of dollars into trigger jobs, etc. instead of $650 or so on a CZ. Other than the weight, of course. Or an HK. Familiarity? Consistent Manual of arms across calibers and frame sizes, I guess?

I’m sure these questions have been answered but I’m new around here.
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At combat distances for handguns 3 to 25 yards it's really a mute point, unless your into bullseye competitions. At those distances any decent shooter can shoot well with any modern handgun, maybe out at 25 you'll see a small difference but nothing drastic. I proved this very thing to a skeptical friend just a couple weeks ago, with a 1911(TRP & Warrior)and a Glock 23. Same distances (7 & 15) and same number of rounds, all three targets looked pretty much the same all 10 and 9 rings.
More then anything it's what we are use to shooting and training with. Give a man that's use to shooting a Glock a 1911 or a CZ that he has not shot in a long while and he will do poorly (compared to his Glock) with them until he becomes comfortable with them through extended use.

I don't care what type of gun it is, if you are a good shooter and spend time training and practicing with it. You will become a excellent shooter with it.
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I like all guns myself. I shoot some better than others and so far all of the glocks I have shot have been fine. I sold my XD because I couldn't shoot it well at all which still bums me out because it was more comfortable in my hand. So maybe there is something to be said about function over comfort. Crap maybe I just need to buy another XD to try again and see if it was that gun......... Damn I love guns......
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My issue with the glock 19 is my hands are too big for the finger grooves. I had the glock store open up the grooves and it fits nicely now. I like the gen 2 because of the groove-less grip.


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1. Grip gun. Hard and high.
2. Present gun, Focus on front sight.
3. Press trigger straight to the rear.
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Oh look. Just like every single other modern pistol known to man. Whodathunkit.

"buT mUh gRiP AngLe" - Shut up. Shut up and get some training.
"BuT muH sTeEl fRaMez" - Shut up. This isnt 1950.
"BUt tHe tRiGgeR" - Shut up. Learn trigger control, and get reps in. The trigger is absolutely just fine.

The Glock 19 is the best damn fighting pistol since the 1911 blew everyones mind 100+ years ago. Get with the times, grandpa, the future is now. If you legitimately cant get your babied coddled dainty hands around a glock 19, grip it like you should, track your sights, and run that gun hard, then you have failed 100% as a "shooter". Period.
Similar statements can be said about the Mossberg 500s but I prefer my 870 wingmaster. Life is too short to "settle" when you are afforded more suitable/compatible options.

I agree the G19 is just fine (I've owned 2), but there are finer options
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Hang said Glock from a string, move back 10 to 15 yards, load shotgun with highbase 00 buck, point shotgun at glock, line up sights, and pull trigger. Enjoy how to shoot a Glock.
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This thread reminds me of a similar thread that had Glock fanboys raving how great the Glock is, and Glock haters saying how much they disliked Glock.

Which reminded me of a similar thread that had Glock fanboys raving how great the Glock is, and Glock haters saying how much they disliked Glock.

And that thread, naturally, reminded me of a similar thread that had Glock fanboys raving how great the Glock is, and Glock haters saying how much they disliked Glock.

How much you wanna bet there will be yet another thread that reminds me of a similar thread that has Glock fanboys raving how great the Glock is, and Glock haters saying how much they dislike Glock?
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It matters that you shoot.
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What is the point of this thread, if you don't like Glocks it's not changing anyone's mind. If you do like Glocks it's preaching to the choir.

And what is with the assumption that if you don't like Glocks you must be old. Glocks have been common in the shooting world for Over 20 years.

These types of threads all the same, does it really bruise someone's ego that bad just because some others dislike the gun they happen to like.
I think exactly the same thing about most of the threads here.
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I think exactly the same thing about most of the threads here.
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Best way to shoot a glock is with a bazooka far enough away to avoid plastic shrapnel.
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This thread reminds me of a similar thread that had Glock fanboys raving how great the Glock is, and Glock haters saying how much they disliked Glock.

Which reminded me of a similar thread that had Glock fanboys raving how great the Glock is, and Glock haters saying how much they disliked Glock.

And that thread, naturally, reminded me of a similar thread that had Glock fanboys raving how great the Glock is, and Glock haters saying how much they disliked Glock.

How much you wanna bet there will be yet another thread that reminds me of a similar thread that has Glock fanboys raving how great the Glock is, and Glock haters saying how much they dislike Glock?

....And further down the page is the 1911 fanboys VS the 1911 haters club thread...

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The Glock hate, as usual, is strong amongst the resident snowflakes.

Don't like it? Don't buy/shoot/own one...

So many really bad/ordinary guns out there to dislike and/or complain about...

How much bad real world experience must these goofballs have had with a Glock to feel so strongly?

Hey everyone look at me, I don't like the most popular guns in the world...

Sad ...

I think any of us that don't prefer glocks can't be bothered with "glock hate". I actually have a Glock 30.

I see, they seem to be a just fine pistol.
They have a trigger, hold rounds, and throw them downrange.
So what.

IMO They are hard to look at.
Funky to hold unless you are made of legos
The trigger is your typical creaky creepy plastic striker trigger (no amount of rounds helps erratic trigger characteristics).

Yep, it's a pistol

No hate,

Except for the hype, and then the butthurt that eminates from the hyper's when they are not affirmed in their belief.

U go right ahead and worship.

Frankly, I couldn't be bothered one way or the other.

As for the OP.

Just don't get him started on NODs
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"developing", he says ...

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I really don't think any of us that don't prefer glocks (i actually own a 30, not even sure why) can't be bothered with "glock hate".

I couldn't care. I see, they seem to be a just fine pistol.
They have a trigger, hold rounds, and throw them downrange.
So what.

They are hard to look at.
Funky to hold unless you are made of legos
trigger is your typical creaky creepy plastic striker trigger (no amount of rounds helps erratic trigger characteristics).

Yep, it's a pistol

No hate,

Except for the hype, and then the butthurt that eminates from the hyper's when they are not affirmed in their belief.

U go right ahead and worship.

Frankly, I couldn't be bothered one way or the other.

As for the OP.

Just don't get him started on NODs
He will tell you all you need to know and more. Whether or not you ask.
The only important part to look at on a pistol is the front sight.

And yeah, nods are pretty frickin sweet. Feel free to hate
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I recently got a G19 Gen 3 and at first I sucked hitting paper and was kind of mad I bought it. After about 230 rds in I feel better about the purchase. Trigger and lack of thumb safety took some getting used to as well as grip. I think it's a pretty good universal weapon , by that I mean something to have that you can find mags , ammo just lying around IF the SHTF ever.
probably the best single reason I have heard to own a glock
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The Glock wasn't designed for looks. It was designed to be a reliable tool. If anyone expects different, you aren't buying that gun for the purpose of what a Glock stands for.
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The Glock wasn't designed for looks. It was designed to be a reliable tool. If anyone expects different, you aren't buying that gun for the purpose of what a Glock stands for.
And i think alot of people missed the point i was making.
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Glocks are great, dependable guns. If thatís whatís available, Iíll shoot one. But having used them, other than reliability, I personally donít see what people get excited about.

Itís like getting getting really passionate about driving a Toyota Corolla when you could be driving an Audi or a Jaguar.
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The only important part to look at on a pistol is the front sight.

And yeah, nods are pretty frickin sweet. Feel free to hate
I wear NODs 11 shifts a month bud (if we fly at nt).

U don't have an exclusive.
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And i think alot of people missed the point i was making.
What, that you LOOOOOOOVE Glocks?


No, I think we got it.


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The Glock wasn't designed for looks. It was designed to be a reliable tool. If anyone expects different, you aren't buying that gun for the purpose of what a Glock stands for.
Good enough.


Pretty sure that is how most pistols are made.

The difference being. They find it in their capacity to also address looks and ergos. LOL
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I wear NODs 11 shifts a month bud (if we fly at nt).

U don't have an exclusive.
Tell me more about your taxpayer funded toys. ANVIS?
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I think any of us that don't prefer glocks can't be bothered with "glock hate". I actually have a Glock 30.
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Obviously you bought the wrong Glock.
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What, that you LOOOOOOOVE Glocks?


No, I think we got it.


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