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>From: "Jason Joel Thompson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: GUNS/TOOLS: cheap Glocks for Bay Area extropians
>Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2001 20:13:31 -0800
>> 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.
>Have you ever been struck by the impression that you are spending your time
>in the company of people who are on a totally different wavelength than you?
>I'm starting to feel like I'm at the point in the relationship where you are
>starting to get to know the other person, and are just now coming to the
>realization that you might not be compatible.
They're just target practicing with their free and natural guns - shooting their mouths off. It's really sad, becasue a couple of them have even had something of interest, rather than annoyance, to contribute in the past. I hope they gain the intestinal fortitude to jump the mental monorail soon.
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