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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 6/16/2001 8:42:13 PM EDT
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 8:47:11 PM EDT
What's a GROCK?? They should only buy from reputable dealers. They probably got a deal on Lolex's from the same guy. [;)]
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Link Posted: 6/16/2001 11:36:29 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Waldo: SGN artical The Ohio State Highway Patrol has decided in real world testing that the worlds most reliable handgun **IS NOT A GROCK of any kind* It's a SIG P226!
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What the hell do they know in Ohio? Note:begin Ohio bashing thread now!
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 1:21:11 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 6/17/2001 1:22:47 AM EDT by TacCar]
The Wright Brothers were from here, you know, the fathers/inventors of aviation. We know lots. By the way,the info on the OSHP testing for a new service pistol is in an article in the latest Shotgun News. Check it out, very interesting reading. Oh, and we've been known to house aliens on our air bases around here[:D] Now I want a Sig in .45acp!
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 1:30:28 AM EDT
Let's see, hmmmm, 1903. What have you done for us lately?[:D] Eric The(BesidesSenHowardMetzenbaum?)Hun[>]:)]
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If they do buy SIGs, they need to make sure they get the newer stainless slides like the P229s have. I carry SIGs and a Glock daily. I like both, though the SIGs took some getting used to as I had carried Glocks for a few years prior. My only complaint about the SIG is their horrible tendency to rust, at least on the older weapons. Carry an older SIG in the rain. If you do not PROMPTLY wipe it down as soon as you get somewhere dry, it will rust up. The newer P229s with the blued stainless slides do not seem to have this problem. We use P220s for tactical stuff. At training or call-outs, the first thing everyone does is wipe all of the extra oil off of their P220s, because if it is not covered in oil before it goes in the case in the trunk of your car, it will be covered in rust when you take it out. Never seen rust on a Glock. The SIGs shoot fine though. As a side note, I always shoot a higher score with my subcompact Glock back-up gun than with my SIG duty gun. Weird.
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Link Posted: 6/17/2001 9:10:12 AM EDT
Originally posted by anothergene
ever notice in glock message boards they are all left handed?) hmmmm Anyway I am surprised the Ruger P-94DAO DNF,
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Hey, what's wrong with being left handed? As for the Ruger, I have never had a malfunction on any of my 3 Rugers. Originally posted by natez
My only complaint about the SIG is their horrible tendency to rust, at least on the older weapons.
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I have a real old P220 and have never had a rust problem and I carry it frequently. Nor have I had that problem with my P228. The SEALs don't think they tend to rust and they should know.
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 9:20:23 AM EDT
The Wright Brothers were from here, you know, the fathers/inventors of aviation. We know lots.
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But had to move to NC to get off the ground. Eddie
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