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Nightmares with my Glock...

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Re: Nightmares with my Glock...

Postby Grindl » Mon Dec 19, 2016 9:35 am

Good information in that video . Sounds like your becoming a Glock convert . Had I known more about Glock ; I'd have gotten the 10mm full frame model instead of the .40cal . Just for better "hit" power , and longer range accuracy . It just takes awhile to get past the fact that they are sooooo F-U-G-L-Y compared to other handguns . But they work so good , it's almost unbelievable . :thumbup:
If not me.....Who ?
If not now ....When ?
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Re: Nightmares with my Glock...

Postby iridium-192 » Sun Jan 01, 2017 10:20 pm

Glock brand is like English for me...
You know, English language is not my first language & for some time it was foreign to me; saying that, I mean, I had to turn my brain over to make myself comfortable to communicate using this language... It caused a lot of stress. Time came by & English became my "synonymous" language, I no longer stress nor even think about how express myself, it just happens... So much so, not every one whom I speak to identify me as a foreigner... To me English became my alternative native language, I even think in English often! It's like another Russian...))) I catch myself often watching movies or some videos that I'm not even sure what language I hear, Russian or English...!)))
I know, it sounds weird somewhat, but I'm very happy to realize that...
So, my point is, more I'm exposed to Glock, more I understand whole concept behind the design... & more I appreciate & admire the design thought behind it...
Glock is a pinnacle of simplicity in handgun world, any discomfort or distrust for practical use of this gun is most likely caused by usage deficiency or traditional mind set, just like English for a foreigner!
So, my suggestion for any who don't like Glock, just buy one & spend some time with this gun, take it apart, look in to the guts, shoot it, load it, think about it, think about the concept behind the design... I'm sure, you'll understand me...
Happy New Year every one! :thumbup:
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Re: Nightmares with my Glock...

Postby iridium-192 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 8:50 pm

Ok, it been awhile since I've posted anything new...
Here are the news...
I'm continuing my adventure in Glock world & purchased today brand new G21... & not only! Also, I've got complete slide for G40 - which is in 10mm, only longer with option for a red dot!
I'm very exited to create my "super" handgun...
Any suggestions for a red dot?
I'm thinking about Vortex Viper or Venom...
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