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Am I the only one that doesn't like glocks?

Everyone loves glocks it seems. I've never really been a fan on them. In my opinion, they are the honda of handguns... boring, uneventful, dependable but blah. I've shot several and none of them have really ever excited me. I have large hands and they always make me cramp up, and I just don't feel like I have a gun in my hands, just a toy. I'll take my S&W 645, 1911, or USP any day - they have a presence, a soul if you will... a glock does not. Anyone else feel the same way?
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I dont have any complaints, but then again Im not really pickiy about shit.

If it fits in my hand comfortably and works, I'll take it.
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Don't feel alone, CJ! I also wouldn't own a glock. They just don't feel comfortable to me.

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Don't feel alone, CJ! I also wouldn't own a glock. They just don't feel comfortable to me.
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No, you're not alone. However, I'm not one of them.

I've got 3 - Glock 21 (full-size .45 ACP), 22 (full-size .40 S&W), and 29 (sub-ish-compact 10mm). They all feel nice in my hands, balance right, and don't feel like toys to me, and I'm not too concerned about the looks. Reliability is also nice.

On the other hand, I held an XD-45 before getting my Glock 21 (having never held either one), and it just felt weird. I don't regret going with the Glock.

That said, I also like 1911s, my Witnesses, my Sig P228, my Dan Wesson .44 Magnum and .445 Supermag, and my Smith & Wesson 657.


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After owning two Glocks over the years, and firing many others, I settled on the XD9 a few years ago. I like the safety features, and it's just more comfortable for me.

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I have shot a few Glocks and don't really like them but I prefer my XD, just more comfortable to me. But if someone were to give me a Glock I would not turn it down.

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Same here. I don't much care for Glcoks. The ones I have shot feel like they have no real substance. I prefer a heavier gun like my BDEs. I also like to have a safety.

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I don't mind Glocks. It's the extreme Glock fan that bothers me. Those that believe in Glock or nothing. Those that believe anything that isn't a Glock is shit. You know the type....

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I don't mind Glocks. It's the extreme Glock fan that bothers me. Those that believe in Glock or nothing. Those that believe anything that isn't a Glock is shit. You know the type....
i own a glock and i am the same way about those hardcore glock fans, they get annoying real quick

the same goes for cars though too...
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If I wanted a brick I would just throw one at the bad guy. I'll stick with my Beretta Thanks.

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If I wanted a brick I would just throw one at the bad guy. I'll stick with my Beretta Thanks.
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I like them. But then again I havent had many others, I just have one for protection. I prefer a shotgun.

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HaHa… Touche

First - The Beretta I was referring to is a PX4 Storm.

Second - Next time I fall into a swamp while running through Arlington with my Storm I will do the same test…

Third – Its more ascetics that I don’t like about Glocks. I can’t say anything bad about their reliability.

In the end, whatever goes boom when you pull the trigger is the best gun. For me, it just won't ever be a Glock.

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yea, it was just for a laugh

i agree the glock looks like a brick but hey, if it's all you got then it's all you got. i have a glock 17 right now that i mainly use for plinking, but i have a sig sauer p220 on the way that i will be using for personal protection
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I've tried to like Glocks, but I can't. There are a good firearms in my opinion. They just don't fit my hand. When I point, the muzzle is too high and I have conciously bring the muzzle down every shot. This is very frustrating. I don't care how uber-cool a firearm is... If I can't shoot it accurately, I don't want it.
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Man, my bad. I saw that the other day and was in a hurry, and I was thinking about it on my way home from work this morning, and then I forgot about it!

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Man, my bad. I saw that the other day and was in a hurry, and I was thinking about it on my way home from work this morning, and then I forgot about it!

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Does H&K have a 10mm yet?
Have they learned how to load a mag yet?

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I only got a glock because of the 10mm, but it seems to be a real nice pistol. If you think the smaller 9mm glocks are bricks pick up a Glock 20.

Our M&P 9 is much more comfortable to shoot and aesthetically pleasing.
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Does H&K have a 10mm yet?

not that i am aware .
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The FN FNP-9 and other FNP models are by far the best feeling most accurate pistol I have had. It blows my Glocks away in accuracy and its SA/DA. Glocks are good for taking abuse. But the FNP is as accurate as 1911's in the 1200 dollar range.
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Our M&P 9 is much more comfortable to shoot and aesthetically pleasing.
I bought a M&P 9 yesterday. Can't wait to shoot it!

I just never liked the grip on the Glocks. Otherwise, I think its a damn good pistol. But I like others better.
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I've never liked Glocks either. I prefer a good 1911 over them anyday. I have big hands and they just feel and look like toys.
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I've never liked Glocks either. I prefer a good 1911 over them anyday. I have big hands and they just feel and look like toys.
That's odd. My Glock 21 and Glock 29 and even my Glock 22 fill my hands much more than my Springfield 1911.

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I've never liked Glocks either. I prefer a good 1911 over them anyday. I have big hands and they just feel and look like toys.

i traded my 1911 for something with some knock down power.
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If I had to open carry and was likely to need to use a weapon regularly in different climates and conditions it'd probably be a Glock, assuming of course a sub machine gun wouldn't be feasible. For personal concealed carry though I'll take my Kimber with it's thumb safety on the hammer as well as the grip safety.

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That's odd. My Glock 21 and Glock 29 and even my Glock 22 fill my hands much more than my Springfield 1911.

You want a gun that'll fill your hands? Try an EAA Witness. Weeee-doggy!
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I've seen two Glocks explode in peoples hands before (They don't really have a supported chamber, and when the rear of the shell blows off, it forces the fire down onto the shooters finger.). Both instances the person was using reloaded ammo, but still. I'll never own a glock.

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i traded my 1911 for something with some knock down power.
uh, haha, a .45 certainly has knock down power.
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Heck yeah it does. Only thing I own with more in a handgun is my .500
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Heck yeah it does. Only thing I own with more in a handgun is my .500
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Like the 10mm.

Or .357 Mag, .41 Mag, .44 Mag, modern, high-pressure .45 Colt (I believe), and then all the exotics.


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Got a Glock 37 (.45 G.A.P.) and I love it. I have smaller hands and the .45 A.C.P. rounds were a little big in lenght for me. Like the .45 gap as it does have slightly more speed than the .45 acp round ( +p powder ). It just fits my hands better. I also have a .44 Mag but it's big and long and shoots like a Battleship . To each their own.

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I always dismissed glocks because of the "plastic gun" BS...but had never fired one. The CHL class I took provided the guns for the practical portion of the test and I think they were Glock 21's...9mm standard frames and had 50,000 rounds through them. Well, I liked it and shot very well with it. 248/250 with about a 4" group and had one stove pipe which looked like a defective round. I would carry one I guess, but for the price would buy a sig first... I still want that 220 compact but that will have to wait until someone wants to give me one or my blood sells for $500/pint!



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here's a story from a 1911 lover, glock hater:

I hate Glocks. Let me say that again, I hate Glocks. They are an overrated, plastic, ugly handgun. I never even wanted one. I am a 1911, Revolver, and Hi Power kind of guy, that’s it. Three years ago Missouri joined the ranks of States that allowed its owners to Conceal Carry Handguns. I went through my training and obtained my permit. I ordered a fine High Noon holster for my Kimber and all was great in my world. I carried that combination for several months and was very happy with my choice. Then, it got hot….and humid. I understand most people can carry a 1911 concealed in warm weather, but for me it was not going to happen. In shorts and a t-shirt you could not only tell I was carrying but I am sure you could tell the caliber and brand by the bulk sticking out of my pants. At 5’10” and 170 lbs., I don’t have a large enough frame to hide that in summer attire.

I had to have something smaller. A good friend of mine is a retired LEO with the Missouri Department of Conservation and suggested a “Baby Glock”. I read up on them and took the plunge, against my better judgment. When I picked it up I have to admit that I was impressed with how well it shot. It was ugly, no doubt but it did shoot well. I started trying all sorts of ammo through it, hoping in the back of my mind that it would find something that it did not like. It did not, I tried White Box all the way to 9mm+p+ and all shot great. I have about 2000 rounds through the G26 now and have not had a single FTE or FTF. I am impressed! I carry this handgun in a High Noon Down-Under and it conceals very well. I ride bikes with my son, play baseball, and even spent some time last summer at the beach with no signs that I was carrying a handgun. The finish still looks great and even the plastic still seems to be holding up fine.

I still carry my Kimber much of the time. But when the summer comes and the weather gets hot I have to admit I do not feel guilty at all when I slip my G26 on and head out for a day in the sun and humidity. I feel the ammo I carry will stop any problem when placed in the right spot and my ugly little Glock is up to that challenge.

Do I still hate Glocks ….yes, all of them but mine. It is not for sale.
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