GLOCKARAMA!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Redneck2000, Mar 5, 2004.

  1. Redneck2000

    Redneck2000 New Member

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    Our little town has finally made some progress (?) in local law enforcement. They've come up with the dollars to provide--ta daaa---sidearms for the officers. Up until now, they've had to provide their own guns and ammo.

    Said sidearms consist of 40 Glock .40cal pistols. Comments?
  2. gpostal

    gpostal Former Guest

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    i would gladly provide my own ,before i had to use a glock
  3. glocknut

    glocknut New Member

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    Redneck2000

    Pay no attention to Gpostal........He's full of $hit..... :D

    Personally, I'm glad Glock Inc is getting more business.....

    I'd like to see a Glock in every home in America.....

    If more people would give Glock an "honest try", I think that old 1911 would go the way of the Dinosaur........ :D :p :p

    mike
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    inplanotx New Member

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    A Glock keeps yer ole pumper going!

    :D :D :D :D :D

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  5. gpostal

    gpostal Former Guest

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    I have shot glocks several ,they do shoot great and have a good point of aim ,and I guess if you had the proper plastic holster to keep it from going off ,it would be ok ,but I would much rather be carrying my Wilson combat 1911 in .45 any day of the week ,our sheriffs department carries S&W sigma ,now that’s sick

    I don’t like polymer in anyway shape or form of a firearm not even a 1911 ,at most a polymer rifle stock would be as far as I could go , Wilson and kimber are making poly 1911’s and I wouldn’t have one
  6. Remington597

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    "I'd like to see Glocks in every home in America".

    Aaah, we can only dream.:cool: , but it is a good dream.
    I share it. Every home should have a pistol & a rifle. Every civilized home that is.:D
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    Oh come on......this is the post where you're supposed to poke back !!!! :D

    It figures...just when i start to enjoy the arguments centered arround Glock bashing.......you guys quit bashing!!! :mad:

    Come on Gpostal......say sumpn bad bout "dem glokz"....... :D :D

    hmph... :rolleyes:


    mike
  8. wuzzagrunt

    wuzzagrunt New Member

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    Glocks are great pistols but like anything else, they can be improved. One easy procedure that even the "kitchen table gunsmith" can perform is:

    1.) Remove sights

    2.) Exchange factory Glock sights for quality aftermarket sights.

    3.) Exchange Glock for quality pistol such as Kimber 1911A1.

    4.) Reinstall new sights onto new pistol.

    Now ya got something! Wasn't that easy?








    I slay myself! :D
  9. glocknut

    glocknut New Member

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    Now you see......thats more like it !!! :D


    The only problem with changing out the GLock for a Kimber is that the Kimber would make such a great boat anchor.....I'd probably wind up using it for one......
    :p


    mike
  10. Remington597

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    Kimber is hands off and off limits. That means no making fun of Kimber:mad:


    :D
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    wuzzagrunt New Member

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    Only if you have a really small........um..........boat.
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    Glock Tactical Tupperware. Microwaveable, dishwasher safe; ahh Glock there is no substitute.
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    only because a glock couldn't even hold down a boat ,it might go off and shoot a hole through one ,with that trigger thing they try to pass off as a safety
  14. Sackett

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    Sorry,
    I can't put down the Glock. I bought mine upon law enforcement recommendations for their abilities. I figure if its used by, and recommended by, the folks on the line, and not dept. heads, it must be a good gun. I got no complaints, and I've got nothing against the 1911 either. Maybe one day I'll get one of them too.
    Yol Bolsun.
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    Now you see.......thats more like it.. :D

    Thats what I've come to expect from Y'all....so don't dissapoint me again.... :D :p :p

    mike


    PS....
    Gpostal....you don't consider the idea that the Glock floats to be an asset? ;)
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    glocknut New Member

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    I used an electric frying pan to eat breakfast cereal out of one time because I was too lazy to do dishes.....
    But i just cant figure out how to use a Glock that way?....
    There's just not enough holding capacity to make it worth it......
    :D

    mike
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    "They've come up with the dollars to provide--ta daaa---sidearms for the officers......."

    So the Mayor gives his wife a bunch of $$$$....and she goes to a Tupperware party, and......... :D
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    I KNEW I'd get some interesting responses abt this. Maybe I should pass 'em along to the Po-leese Chief? Naw, that'd just confuse him....:D
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    inplanotx New Member

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    Now ifn y'all tak out da barrel and shove a wad a paper up the breech, dey do make purty gud shot glasses! :D :D :D :D :D
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    "...the proper plastic holster to keep it from going off..."

    Which holster would that be? Evidently one that can keep morons from drawing their weapon with their nasty little finger on the trigger.

    I own and carry several Glocks and won't own anything but good-quality leather holsters. Haven't shot myself or had an accidental discharge yet. Maybe I'm just a real lucky dude, huh? (please note extreme sarcasm in last sentence)

    I just love hearing all these police stories about the Glocks and their accidental discharges. "I just dropped it on the floor and it went off 7 times." Yeah, right! Coincidentally, it's usually rookie cops who have the amazing Glock malfunctions and 90% of the rookies are Affirmative Action females. Strange, huh?

    If I knew I was going to be someplace where the $hit might hit the fan I wouldn't bet my life on anything but a Glock.

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