exnailpounder wrote:electrode wrote:GreinTime wrote:I hate the way Glocks shoot, I hate the way the trigger feels. The Springfield XDM has one of the best out of the box triggers of any handgun I've personally shot.
Glock vs everything else is going to be a debate that never dies. Ever. My best advice: find a gun store that has a range that allows you to rent a few different guns to try out. You'll never find the right gun for you based on Internet reviews alone most times.
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Yeah, that's what I was planning on doing but it's nice to have some research first so I don't waste too much time testing. I see too many people buying new guns and selling them after a box of rounds shot through them and having a new favorite gun until that one goes for sale. I have had a few 32 S&W pistols as everyone wants to get rid of those due to hard to get expensive ammo. My wife has one now from the father in law. I have a nice Ruger Single-Six Convertible I bought years ago and man did those go up in price. Good for plinkin' Thanks for the advice and I guess we better let the OP have his thread back now...
Nah...not yet I have a couple Glocks and when you get used to a crisp 1911 trigger, Glocks long pull/takeup and sudden break is hard to deal with but there is a reason that most of the countries LE departments use them. I don't have an argument one way or another on what anyone should own. It's like women, you need to try as many as you can to see what you really like until you find one that really "does it" for you. But you should also have a couple spares, just in case
Ok, carry on. Glocks give you a few seconds to rethink what you are about to do. But like the OP says, once I get started I will probably become a collector like everyone else. Wish me luck.