At 12:47 PM 1/12/01 -0500, you wrote:
>Glocks are good weapons, no doubt, however the .40 cal (now called .40
>Liberty, NOT .40 S&W by avid gunners) models do tend to suffer from
>metal fatigue failures from peening in the slide if shot with +P ammo
>regularly, and getting replacement parts from Glock is a minimum 6 month
>Now, while I personally shoot a S&W 3914 9mm as my standard carry gun,
>and the S&W titanium Airlite revolvers are also great, I will
>categorically refuse to recommend that people buy any S&W products (I
>bought mine prior to them caving in).
>SIG and Ruger are two makers that I recommend new buyers look at. The
>P94 and the entire P series is a great autoloader family from Ruger, and
>for 'first pistols' I'd recommend the GP101 revolver.
I carry the Glock Model 19 9mm daily, but I really like my Model 20 in
10mm. Supposedly, one can shoot .40 (I like the "Liberty!) in the Glock 20,
but i have been afraid to try. It sure would help me get ammo - the range I
frequent has a couple of 10mm mavens who regularly use up all the range
ammo just before I get there.
Heard anything pro or con on this?
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