Discussion in 'Firearms' started by melbo, Aug 7, 2006.
This is pretty cool....
It's the AK of the pistol world. Hated by some, loved by others, not pretty, but always goes "boom!"
stills tupperware give it some flame
Damn melbo, when was the last time you cleaned your piece?
You notice that he shoots it like 20 times witha 22 and drops it out of a Cessna? Pretty tough
I'm pretty damn sure my SA Operator.... ummm.... err.....
wouldn't survive that
Anyone think that if you painted your weapons with a camo scheme like that it would discourage theft as they would seriously look like two dollar crap?
Well could do like one of the guys on another forum Im on is looking at doing. We just got the CCW law passed here a few years ago and he dose the classes for getting the permit and wanted to put signs on his truck for the class but was concerned about some anti seeing the signs and knowing he was carrying and makeing a false report that he had brandished his gun at them. Since every anti knows that all guns are either black or silver then he is talking about getting the hot pink Duro-coat and turn his carry gun pink so that if anyone tries something like that then its easy to prove they never saw his gun if they cant tell the cops what color it was. lol
XD's have passed all the same tests:
That just aint right. Course at least I know my glock should work just fine as I have never done any of that crap to my weapon. All I can say is wow.
Take care Be safe Poacher.
Somehow it just seems more acceptable in polite company to abuse a Glock. Glocks are kinda like rats and lawyers, you know they're there, but you don't have to like them.
Well like i have stated in the past 1500 Law Enforcement Dept. can't be wrong on choosing a Glock as a Service Gun. I personally carried a Glock on the streets and have enjoyed its service. I wouldn't do that to mine but it does show its one Tough SOB at that.
I have carried everything from a Revo. to a Kimber 1911 and I still go back to the Glock for a few reasons one is the weigh, try packing a Large framed gun for 12 hours and you will see that the glock has it beat .
I have been in 3 officer involed shootings and one with a HK P-7 M13 9mm and the 2nd was with a 1911 45 Acp that last one that is still being hammered out in Court as we speak was with a Glock mod.23 40 S&W
So my opinion is that a Glock can and will work under any bad timew you put it thru. then Glocks have my vote.
My Kimber is 4" and aluminum framed and I like it 10x better than the Glocks I've tried. To me the Kimber CDP is the perfect carry gun, then I like the XD with the grip safety.
I'm sure our S&W 5906's at work would hold up to all that.
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