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This is a discussion on Is it time for a Glock? within the Pistols & Revolvers forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; Originally Posted by Sliceoflife123 I bought this for Christmas and love it so far. Just shot one box of 50 through it, ran perfect. Awesome! ...


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Old December 27th, 2016, 05:18 PM   #46
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I bought this for Christmas and love it so far. Just shot one box of 50 through it, ran perfect.
Awesome! Glad it ran well. Looks great!



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Old December 27th, 2016, 05:59 PM   #47
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I'm a revolver guy, but when California started the unconstitutional gun grab I decided I should get a good semi-auto before the fruits and nuts ban them.
Bought a Glock G26 and love everything about it, especially it's malfunction free accuracy.
Still a revolver guy looking for the new Redhawk® Model 05033 357 Mag - Double-Action Revolver. ...
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I'm going to add another voice to the CZ chorus. If you are looking for something different, one of the CZ75 variants (or a CZ97 if you want to go big and get a .45) is worth considering.

I had a Glock 41. Had to send it back to Glock to get it to stop dropping the magazine after every shot. Traded it off for a 1971 Walther PP and I'm much happier.

If you really want to own a Glock, buy one of these - https://www.dillonprecision.com/gloc..._23_26322.html
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I'm a revolver guy, but when California started the unconstitutional gun grab I decided I should get a good semi-auto before the fruits and nuts ban them.
Bought a Glock G26 and love everything about it, especially it's malfunction free accuracy.
Still a revolver guy looking for the new Redhawk® Model 05033 357 Mag - Double-Action Revolver. ...
I disagree with your statement that fruits and nuts are nutrients except in California ... they are nutrients for the SHARKS!
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I've owned just about every popular brand of pistol .... including several Glocks. You won't see any Glocks in my safe. If you are leaning toward a 9mm or possibly a 40 S&W, the best pistol on the market is a CZ-75b. Flawless operation, ergonomically sound, accurate, 16 round magazines, many features, and they don't look bad either.

Here's my stainless 75b ....


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Some 9mm SIG P320 owners are having extractor issues and have had to return them for repairs. I have an M&P 45 and the trigger is not very nice, my SR40 and SR40c are much smoother. I am not the guy that buys a gun and completely rebuild it just to make it better. I had a Glock 23, recoil was to harsh and even with Talon grip installed, I could not get accustomed to its grip angle. Like mentioned above, I recently purchased the HK VP9 and this gun has a fantastic trigger and very accurate out off the box, shoots better than my SIG P226 Mark 25
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You might also want to "test drive" an HK USP or P30 series firearm.


^^ This!! Plus a Browning Hi Power.


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I've owned just about every popular brand of pistol .... including several Glocks. You won't see any Glocks in my safe. If you are leaning toward a 9mm or possibly a 40 S&W, the best pistol on the market is a CZ-75b. Flawless operation, ergonomically sound, accurate, 16 round magazines, many features, and they don't look bad either.

Here's my stainless 75b ....

Iowegan .. what draws me to Ruger is the made in the USA, i have seen alot of forum members talk about CZ pistols and their quality. I know they are a Czech company but where are they masde? USA by chance?
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There are a few high end CZ rifles made in Missouri, but everything else is imported from Czech Republic.
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There are a few high end CZ rifles made in Missouri, but everything else is imported from Czech Republic.
Thanks ... that's what i was assuming ...
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My CZ75B would most likely be my most accurate handgun.
Looks good as well.....


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Alternatively I could look at Sig P320 or S&W M&P. Or maybe there is something else I should be considering.

Just wondering what other Ruger fans think about the non-Ruger popular options.
Get the Sig, opr a Beretta 92.

I don't like glocks.

1. They're plastic.

2.They're ugly. Call me a bitch, but I always like a gun

better, when it looks cool, too.

3. In past dealings with the company, I've noticed they seem to

have a rudely arrogant detachment from the average Joe Customer.

"We're glock, we sell so much military & police business, we can't be

bothered to be polite to you small potatoes."

4. Don't even get me started on the crappy safety, and AD issues,

including "glock leg syndrome". No other manufacturer has an AD

NAMED after it.

5. Striker fired guns are not my cup of tea.


Get something hammer-fired, with an external safety, that looks

nice. You'll be happy you spent the extra dough, down the road.
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Have 3 of 'em.............all Gen III's. 19, 26 and 30s. They are reliable and accurate and there are enough aftermarket parts/upgrades to make any AR aficionado green with envy.
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Iowegan .. what draws me to Ruger is the made in the USA, i have seen alot of forum members talk about CZ pistols and their quality. I know they are a Czech company but where are they masde? USA by chance?
The CZ pistols are made in Uhersky Brod, Czech Republic.

CZ also owns Dan Wesson, and those pistols are made in USA.
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The CZ pistols are made in Uhersky Brod, Czech Republic.

CZ also owns Dan Wesson, and those pistols are made in USA.
At least here,, the CZ's all say CZ USA, Kansas City, KS, on one side,,.

If THAT would make someone feel any better.

But I maintain, that when he starts smoking everyones butt at the range with it,, country of origin wont be stigmatic.
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