> 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.
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