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10/30/07 7:05 PM
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hammerhead71
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Im thinking of buying one for personal and home protection. Id like to hear some pros and cons from owners please.
10/31/07 3:19 PM
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Willybone
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You're not considering an XD as well?
I don't own one, but they're pretty hype right now (like the M&P) and plenty of forum members own them.
11/4/07 3:23 AM
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jscorbett
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I have a glock 21. It shoots well. I have used it to put down several hogs while bowhunting. I really can not thing of any drawbacks right now.
11/5/07 3:29 AM
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Jerry Bohlander
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I haven't shot the M&P but have handled a couple. They are the most comfortable handguns I have ever held. Just my opinion though.
11/11/07 6:45 PM
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Glock 21
11/20/07 7:53 AM
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Dark Knight
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I dont know alot about the M&P, but with the Glocks and XD's the magazine from the full size fits the micro. So you have the capability of two guns, the little on can be a great conceal carry and take the 17 round mag of the full size when you reload. If the M&P doesnt have it now, they will.
12/1/07 3:28 AM
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BryanHooper
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Para-ordinance 45, very dependable, top quality
2/9/08 11:54 AM
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Haywood Jablowme
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You can never go wrong with the Glock. Check out the torture test off Google to see it's dependability.
5/22/08 8:12 PM
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KneeStriker
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i was in the market for a new handgun recently and i came up with these 3 choices for the best gun. a springfield XD whatever caliber you choose, a Glock 19 or 21, and a beretta 96. all have great reviews
5/23/08 4:15 PM
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TUF Noobiest
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KneeStriker,

where do you get your reviews? I'm shopping right now.
5/25/08 1:42 PM
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kanotoa
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Is a Glock reliable? For home defense wouldn't a revolver be better? Are Glocks hard to maintain?
5/25/08 1:47 PM
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Dark Knight
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I own a Glock, 2-1911's, 357, 44, 380 and a buch of others.

Glock is very reliable. I like the 1911 better but cannot deny the reliability of a Glock. Dont clean my 1911's and the dont work, the Glock has never failed me.

But i prefer a revolver for the home (I just like them, many reasons of a revolvers advantage but for me its preference) I keep 44 spls in the 44 (similar performance to the 45)
7/21/08 5:20 AM
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vengence
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ive shot a S&W M&p 40 and it felt awesome. i just dont have the money to pick one up right now
8/4/08 1:40 PM
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Glock, you will thank me in ten years
8/4/08 1:43 PM
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Dark Knight
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"Glock, you will thank me in ten years"

Because by then the anti gunners will ban their importation and it will be worth a ton of money.

(sorry for the political rant)
8/27/08 11:41 PM
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Haywood Jablowme
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kanotoa - Is a Glock reliable? For home defense wouldn't a revolver be better? Are Glocks hard to maintain?

 Glocks are incredibly reliable.  Watch the torture test as someone else said.  Revolver's only carry 6 shots, The Glock 21 can carry 11.  Plus it's a lot easier to reload.

I have never had 1 issue with any of my Glocks, I carry them professionally and personally.  The 21 has an incredible balance that feels very right.  The gun is a tack driver and extremely accurate.  I recommend the Trijicon night sites on it as well.

Buy the Glock, I promise you won't be sorry.
12/2/08 1:08 AM
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If you really want a BFG get the Para-ordnance Super Hawg.

Its a 1911 with 14+1 round capacity and a 6 inch Barrel!

That shit is just Asinine! ....but cool.

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