I guess I need to get a glock but I just love the 1911's so much I always get sidetracked from the Glock.
I've owned and still own a few Glocks. They work. They work when stomped into the mud and recovered. They work when dropped onto concrete. Glocks work when dosed with gasoline and set on fire and allowed to burn overnight. They will save your bacon when it needs to be saved. I too love the old timers and still to this day carry them. But, everyone needs a Glock.
Interesting people. It's odd, but usually the people who work at gun stores are colorful and pleasant individuals.
For the most part. Some are just buttholes. All are colorful. Thanks, my friend.
1911's and Sigs. Accuracy over firepower. I don't really want a Glock.
I've got a Glock which when I take it out puts dead center less than a nickle bulleyes onto the target at twenty-five yards. Everyone, every dude out there, needs a Glock. Even you, Muddy.
Their gun store is in Atlanta (just South of the city) I thought about stopping in sometime while passing through.
Let's do it. ShooterSteve said he went out today and the farm is awful wet. River is in the field. Just an fyi.
I don't know if they still make it, but there used to be an automatic 22 LR that had a laser sight, and a box magazine that held what looked like a few bricks of long rifle rounds. The video I watched showed the accuracy, number of rounds and lack of harsh recoil was something to be concerned about, if you found a red dot on your chest.
I've watched a full auto .22 with drum magazine turn concrete blocks to dust within seconds. Professionals have used suppressed Ruger handguns for years. Perfect little round.