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Post  txpower_ram on Mon Sep 14, 2009 8:22 pm

most of my semi auto and wheel pistols are Taurus. Not a big glock fan either.
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Post  dmw56 on Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:11 pm

Why is you guys don't like Glocks? They are by far the most popular Law Enforcement handgun on the market today.
Have you had a bad experience with them? If you have I'd like to know about it. What is your justification for not liking them?

If you said you didn't like Hi-Point I'd understand.

By the way most of mine are Colts, S&W and Rugers

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Post  dwc43 on Thu Sep 17, 2009 12:51 am

I don't like a hammer less gun for starters. That means it's always in battery ready to fire if there's a round in the chamber. Real easy to misfire if dropped, or etc. etc.

Don't really care for polymers either. Weather effects them more.

And they only use that stupid trigger safety and it's not really a safety. An officer dropped one and grabbed it with both hands, flat on each side. Finger tripped that stupid trigger safety, shot himself in the inner thigh in the femoral artery and almost bled to death.

I don't like any gun with a double row mag. It makes the grips wider and they don't fit my hand as well as a single stack mag gun. Guys with smaller hands wont be able to get the proper grip with the wider grips from the double stack mags and that will effect there aim and comfort.

And if they are in anything other than .45, they are under powered for a 1 shot take down. That does not mean kill either. It means on shot incapacitates them to the point they cannot return fire or fight. 9mm is almost the same size as a .38 or .380 and will bounce off a windshield. 10mm and .40 cal measure out to be the same, but still not enough power. .357 will go through a body and a couple walls and doors too, so it's a little over kill. The .45 is right choice by far.

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Post  txpower_ram on Fri Sep 18, 2009 11:20 pm

all that dwc said. I have small hands and I cant get a good grip.

"357 will go through a body and a couple walls and doors too" lol yep Ive tried shooting refrigerators stacked 3 close and it went through them. Not familiar with the 10mm round or the 40. I like my 1911 that 45 is accurate and leaves gashes in thin metal. The round that is neat in my opinion is the 7.62x25 its a very hot round first used in ww2 by the russians in their tt-33. It doesnt have the stopping power that a 45 has but, its bottle necked small round pierces metal with easy. My guess it would do the same amount of damage as a 9mm. I had a piece of 1/4 steel plate shot it with a 9,45,357 etc.. the only round that went through was the 7.62x25. Dont get the tt-33 get the cz-52 chambered to the 7.62x25. Because the tt-33 is a stamped steel rivet handgun. Get the cz its all milled steel and can handle much hotter rounds. The 7.62x25 is a commie copy of the 7.63(30 mauser/30 lugar) but is a hotter round.
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