Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Peqkx, Apr 4, 2006.
and people went nuts
was it this one.
Thanksgiving for trolls.
that almost gets more arguments and name calling then Ford vs. Chevy
Some guy on another forum was trying to tell me Kahr>Glock
For him it just might be. All these damn guns are just as good as the next one. It all comes down to personal preference, how they fit and how they shoot with the individual. For that guy the Kahr may feel better in the hand than the Glock so it is better for him.
Yeah I know that, I'm just wondering when they'll bury a kahr in a river bed for 3 months and see what happens to it
ummmmm no. Opinion or not, Kahr is NOT better than Glock..
If you are serious, then you are a retard. If you are joking, then that's expected.
(not counting Lorcins/Jennings)...
If the gun doesn't fit your hand, it's more likely to malfunction and be inaccurate. So therefore, if the Kahr fits the guy better, then it's a better gun for him. That's not opinion, that's common sense. Thinking otherwise means you are really clueless about pistols.
I prefer the extra XD grip safety
a kahr could be form fitted to my personal hand, and I still wouldnt buy it. I hear waaaayyy to many stories about unreliability.
break in period my ass
it's great for peace of mind and to show others how safe it is.
I can find stories for every gun on the market. As I've said before, for every 1 negative story there are thousands of happy customers. Take Glock as a perfect example of that.
i'm not happy about the grip safety, but it doesnt detract from anything.. if you dont have your hand on the grip, you shouldnt fire the gun.. and if ur hand is on the grip, you ahve the safety depressed -- so its not like it gets in the way.
its just kinda 'there' for me.
It is all about your comfort level. Some people don't even bother with a holster.
Others won't put a round in the pipe until they want to fire.