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New to the dark side

Discussion in 'Introduction Forum' started by heiduke, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. heiduke

    heiduke

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    lost in the woods
    A recent agency switch has turned me from a dedicated Sig shooter to a new GLOCK'er. In the past few months, a g17, g27, and an AA Conversion kit have found a home in my safe in addition to an issued G22.
    Lighter, higher capacity, plenty shootable, and fewer parts to break or lose, these plastic devils have replaced my beloved Sigs.
     
  2. janice6

    janice6 Silver Member

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    I believe, also, that the Clock is the epitome of reliability and simplicity.

    I do not believe it is the "best" gun, just the most reliable. During my CCW shooting test I had a FTF and it disturbed me greatly. I went out and purchased a Glock and have not had a problem from day one.

    Fewer parts mean fewer mechanical failures in anything.
     


  3. Lowjiber

    Lowjiber

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    Welcome to the forum and the world of the gun that looks like it was designed by Woody Woodpecker, but won't let you down.