Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Accord, Dec 29, 2005.
[Because you're able to buy twice as much for the same price
/wolf user ]
Saw this posted on arfcom.
Some dork at the range was trying to tell me that it's horrible for your gun, then some guy with a GLOCK came up telling me it left red stuff all inside his gun and how he was scared to use it. I just told hime "dude, you have a glock" and went to shoot my USP
Wolf > * for plinking.
:roifl: that's awesome
first off, Glock > HK
second.. it does leave red stuff... if I go a few months without cleaning my AK, few thousand rounds, there will be red residue all over the bolt face.
its just a sign that your ammo came from mother russia
My Wolf will be here tomorrow
Glock > HK
If your looking for something that'll also work as a hand grenade.
Who got DHS contracts? HK and Sig... Not Glock
have to dissagree with the glock > hk
I'll gladly trade my G17 for a USP.
The red shit dont bother me got it in my SAR1 hasnt been cleaned in I dont know how long.
In your dreams, Glock is > Hk.
In the real world, glock has a long way to go to be anywhere near as good as Hk. And yes, I own glocks & hk's
thats because the pussy homeland security people need an external safety
all the red shit is is the primer sealant, it won't hurt anything. And so what if Wolf happens to wear out an extractor sooner that brass ammo, for the amount of money you are saving in ammo, you can buy a truckload of extractors, if one should ever happen to wear out. So the moral of the story is shoot all the wolf you want and don't worry about it, as long as you don't expect super great accuracy out of it, you will be fine.
What external safety Sigs don't have them. They contracted those new DAK ones.
Here's an article but this page is where some of the tests were listed: http://www.shootingtimes.com/handgun_reviews/sig070606/index2.html
Glock got the FBI contract.
FBI has been around for years..
who gives a fuck about DHS
sounds like a shipping service
Sig for US Army contract
Damn, I need to get a SIG it appears...
Because Wikipedia is always an accurate source.
The only other thing I've been able to find on the FBI and Glock is they use them in the Academy and then when they get out, then they can select from approved firearms but that was just some post on a message board.
Edit: I kind of believe the thing where they are issued in training and then they can pick because I've heard some police departments are the same way where you can pick from an approved list of firearms.
If the above wasn't enough to convince you, then here it is right from the horses mouth:
Straight from the .40 page on www.glock.com
I didn't have any doubt... I was looking more along the lines of how many issued.