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Great video, but that Glop hat has GOT to go! :mad:
 

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papajohn said:
Great video, but that Glop hat has GOT to go! :mad:
I know, I know.. He must be a complicated man is all I can say... ::) ???
 

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186 Tmanbuckhunter said:
He is actually a member here but has very few posts. I wish he would post here often.
Yeah, me too, in spite of his craziness for Glocks, he is a good guy me thinks... :)
 

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Yeah, me too, in spite of his craziness for Glocks, he is a good guy me thinks... m :)
Yeah. I really enjoy his vids... heck... even the glock vids can get pretty interesting. Sometimes I put his glock vids on while I browse the forum just to listen to a gun go off and hear a bullet bang steel... and man can he bang that steel!
 

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Great video!! The man can shoot. Look closely at the big gong when he's shooting at it and you can actually pick up the bullet about 4' from the gong and watch it hit. Bullet has slowed up some at that distance. Love the way he
handles a Marlin!!!
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Hmmmmmmmmmm. . . I guess you guys don't like Glocks, much. ???

That's a shame. For a 'ratchet-handle' (as an old friend calls semi-autos), they're pretty darned reliable and accurate.

I've got 4 of them that live right beside my 3 Marlins, in the gunsafe. ;D


Hickok seems to have more guns than most (and can shoot 'em, too)!!
 

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Hmmmmmmmmmm. . . I guess you guys don't like Glocks, much. ???
Whats to like, or dislike about them? I don't like or dislike my electric stapler either, both are a tool, and both are foreign plastic, of near equal firing pleasure... ::) ;D If I felt the need for one I would get one should I feel threatened enough by bad guys (and have in the past), but the only thing I carry a gun concealed for now is for bears which I have my BH 45 Colt. Guess I am a bit old fashioned but I think we reached the firearm pinnacle about the time of the lever action and revolver heyday (make mine a SA revolver please) and the rest just doesn't seem to do it for me..
 

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Glocks and Marlins for me too! I'll take function over name and aesthetics anytime ;D ;D Feel free to disagree with me, it still doesn't make me wrong and you right. :-* .DT
 

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Glocks are great firearms, and they shoot just as good as their reputation. I for one am still a 1911 guy though... but one day I will have a glock in 45ACP to go along with my 1911. I like all guns.
 

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No arguments from me, Glocks are great, as well as most of the rest of that class of gun. I just don't have a want for one is all. Same with muzzle loaders etc etc.. One thing I do have a preference for, not set in stone, just a preference for made in USA, and go that route if I can afford it, and they still make it here.
 

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eaglesnest said:
No arguments from me, Glocks are great, as well as most of the rest of that class of gun. I just don't have a want for one is all. Same with muzzle loaders etc etc.. One thing I do have a preference for, not set in stone, just a preference for made in USA, and go that route if I can afford it, and they still make it here.
I hear ya on that one. I wish it was 100% possible to buy made in USA for EVERYTHING.
 

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186 Tmanbuckhunter said:
I hear ya on that one. I wish it was 100% possible to buy made in USA for EVERYTHING.
Before I bought a Glock I would seriously have to look at one of the Rugers made in AZ. I had one, a P 90 something I think it was that went bang every time I pulled the trigger and seemed to be of decent quality, like all Rugers are. That was good enough for my purposes at the time, but I admittedly don't have really high expectations for this type of gun, and it ended up sitting in the drawer. I never felt that comfortable carrying a loaded semi auto around in my day to day life, and that is what these guns are the best for. My only other experience was when I was a teen, we had a Gold Cup 45 in the family that had such a hair trigger that we had to stop shooting it in our basement because it would double fire once in a while, leaving the second shot embedded into the floor joist. Semi autos have made me nervous every since. ::)
 

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The ruger P series of pistols are great pistols and my dad has 2 of them. My 1911 has a 4 pound trigger which is just right, so I've never had a problem with it.
 
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