eaglesnest· Premium Member
I know, I know.. He must be a complicated man is all I can say... : ???papajohn said:Great video, but that Glop hat has GOT to go!
Yeah, me too, in spite of his craziness for Glocks, he is a good guy me thinks...186 Tmanbuckhunter said:He is actually a member here but has very few posts. I wish he would post here often.
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!eaglesnest said:Yeah, me too, in spite of his craziness for Glocks, he is a good guy me thinks... m
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..byf43 said:Hmmmmmmmmmm. . . I guess you guys don't like Glocks, much. ???
I hear ya on that one. I wish it was 100% possible to buy made in USA for EVERYTHING.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.
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. :186 Tmanbuckhunter said:I hear ya on that one. I wish it was 100% possible to buy made in USA for EVERYTHING.