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Gun Tests: Pricey 1911s Vs Glock .45 GAP

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by petej88, Sep 22, 2004.

  1. petej88

    petej88 Millennium Member

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    One of the few magazines I trust their tests, that and Consumer Reports are two of my favorite magazines. Ready to see their article.
     

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    Pred8tory Retired Copper Lifetime Member

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    I was kind of disappointed to see that Gun Tests rates ammunition by shooting it into water. That's so 1990s. Didn't they ever hear of gelatin and denim testing?
     
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    I was priced out of their rag after subscribing for about 3 years, they raised it to about $ 35 or $40 per year.;P
     
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    Where did they get a price of $661? I got my with 2 boxes of ammo for $510.
     
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    I did get a kick out of one of their main quotes in the article:

    The Glock 37 was totally reliable in our testing, the most accurate gun, and by far the most affordable. ;f