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SasquatchMs
SasquatchMs

December 18th, 2011, 9:50 pm #1

IM kinda a gun nut, love glocks, but i didnt know they were THIS reliable:

http://www.theprepared.com/index.php?op ... view&id=90
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December 19th, 2011, 8:03 pm #2

about how I take care of my fire arms...
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Eastexsteve
Eastexsteve

December 20th, 2011, 5:47 am #3

IM kinda a gun nut, love glocks, but i didnt know they were THIS reliable:

http://www.theprepared.com/index.php?op ... view&id=90
The advent of new technology even extends to firearms. They make them better than they used to. There are several new models of handguns that are built on the same technology as Glocks. Better materials, better manufacturing, better assembly, and better design all add up to a better firearm. My wife has a Springfield XDM. I like my old Kimber 1911, but that XDM is a heck of a gun.
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SasquatchmS
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December 20th, 2011, 3:01 pm #4

I hear those XD's are amazing guns., My next im kinda leaning towards a Wilson Combat 1911.
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Grumpy
Grumpy

December 20th, 2011, 7:22 pm #5

I shoot a lot, 200+ rds of 45acp monthly, was a licensed Gunsmith for many years with my own shop, spent 22+ years in Law Enforcement qualifying and IMHO no plastic gun will shoot as accurately as any 1911, my scores dropped every time I shot with an XD, Glock or any other non 1911 frame pistol, or revolver. But, if anything within the kill area is good enough then go for any pistol or revolver you are comfortable with carrying for self defense.
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eastexsteve
eastexsteve

December 21st, 2011, 1:48 am #6

It is hard to beat a high quality 1911 for accuracy. My old Kimber shoots tight with even cheap ammo. But, for weight and functionality, that XDM has it beat. It's just a great handling gun. And, it does have a match grade barrel. It would be my choice for concealed-carry.
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Grumpy
Grumpy

December 21st, 2011, 4:35 pm #7

Had one Steve, I even did some work on the trigger and it still didn't shoot as well as my Springfield 1911, maybe I'm just used to the weight since a 1911 is basically all I've carried since the mid 70's, when I built and sold them for $325.00 with good sights and match barrel/fitted bushing, how times and prices have changed. Just last week at the range I shot my compact 45 and wasn't pleased with how it shot at 15 yards, heads shots are required for my qualifications, so I'll continue carrying the 1911 in a Crossbreed Super Tuck Horse hide holster, you forget it's there.
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