05-28-2012, 07:26 PM
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Heart Of Texas
Looks like a pretty good definition of liberal to me..
Originally Posted by jack404
no chance of me becoming liberal
its becoming a know it all who can never answer a simple question i fear most as that what happens
how many time i asked about glocks , never got a simple straight answer ONCE ..
i get folks here bring them to me when they go wrong bad or broke , but thats it ..
gent bought a karshan ( hand made by the maker) let me fire that
asked a heap of folks that i've loaned weapons too whom own glocks
no answer no explanation , no semblence of respect when responding to my question with snarls and grunts
so no i'll never own a glock and its glock owners i have to thank for it ..
never met a decent one and i'm thinking it may be a damn good way to be
Glockless ... and remaining so
i bought the witness as other witness owners here and here in the forums answered all my questions , loaned me their piece to try even
from Glock folks , i got insults or derision ..
i wont buy a gun without knowing stuff about it , first hand experiences i can trust or tried it myself
cant do that with glocks as their owners dont know anything or cant repeat what they know , aint sure there
got the witness and aint looked back , i outshoot the glockies whenever i feel like , a few have come over and asked about the witness and what i have done to make it so accurate ( nothing ) ...
i'll let em rip off a mag or two .. cause i aint a glockie ..
and stayin that way
It takes 43 muscles to frown, 17 to smile, and 3 for proper trigger squeeze.
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