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Why is this so important to you?
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Do guns kill or do people kill?
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Its the Gun that kills. Today's firearms are exceptionally lethal. Survivability rate for other weapons is way higher than for a gun.
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Do guns kill or do people kill?
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People Kill People the gun is just the tool.
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So OP what are you going to do when they come to confiscate your self-defence tools?
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So OP what are you going to do when they come to confiscate your self-defence tools?
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the question is...how will you defend yourself in a collapse?
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Do guns kill or do people kill?
 Quoting: questioning carl 21509763


People Kill People the gun is just the tool.
 Quoting: USMC0369


Very true.
...and if they ban guns.....this is what happens...

"Doctors are calling for a ban on long pointed kitchen knives to reduce deaths from stabbing."

[link to news.bbc.co.uk]


Better just ban EVERYTHING then....right? rolleyes
...because SOMEONE will find a way to abuse the tool.

The TOOL is not the problem....the HUMAN ABUSING IT is.

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"I carry a Glock-19 But would not recommend one for a novice shooter do to the safe action trigger."

Just wondering what your reasoning behind this... I would absolutely recommend the Glock 19, or a glock of any name to a beginner. The safe action trigger has no downfall for someone who is learning in my opinion (I have about as much experience to call on as the OP). Beyond that the Glock is simply the best option for a combat pistol out there. Easy to manipulate, interchangable parts, hexagonal rifling etc. I cant think of any reason whatsoever that it would not be suitable for someone learning to shoot. The safe action trigger is a great feature. When I started shooting Glock it in no way whatsoever affected my shooting.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20104880


putin
"safe action trigger" is not a feature
it's a serious deficiency hyped by marketing-speak into a
"feature"

it's a >lack of something< presented as, well, >something<
it's utterly absurd

gaston glock is literally mocking all you sheep in your face by calling it a "safe action trigger"

yes it's obviously genious because all of you actually believe it

and what is the single thing a glock is lacking ?
a safety !

that is precisely why it is not a weapon for the novice

yes it's perfectly reliable, ugly and dependable as hell
but it is also extremely unsafe except in hands of a highly disciplined operator

please research this term to find out why:

" glock leg "
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"I carry a Glock-19 But would not recommend one for a novice shooter do to the safe action trigger."

Just wondering what your reasoning behind this... I would absolutely recommend the Glock 19, or a glock of any name to a beginner. The safe action trigger has no downfall for someone who is learning in my opinion (I have about as much experience to call on as the OP). Beyond that the Glock is simply the best option for a combat pistol out there. Easy to manipulate, interchangable parts, hexagonal rifling etc. I cant think of any reason whatsoever that it would not be suitable for someone learning to shoot. The safe action trigger is a great feature. When I started shooting Glock it in no way whatsoever affected my shooting.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20104880


putin
"safe action trigger" is not a feature
it's a serious deficiency hyped by marketing-speak into a
"feature"

it's a >lack of something< presented as, well, >something<
it's utterly absurd

gaston glock is literally mocking all you sheep in your face by calling it a "safe action trigger"

yes it's obviously genious because all of you actually believe it

and what is the single thing a glock is lacking ?
a safety !

that is precisely why it is not a weapon for the novice

yes it's perfectly reliable, ugly and dependable as hell
but it is also extremely unsafe except in hands of a highly disciplined operator

please research this term to find out why:

" glock leg "
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30906627


you ever pull the trigger on a Glock .45? I did at the gun store. That trigger was so stiff I don't know how it could accidentally go off. The person would have to be a total clutz.
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I would go with

1) Kimber
2)Glock
3) Berretta
4)Colt
 Quoting: USMC0369


I carry a Super Carry II

And I keep a Raptor II in my desk peace
 Quoting: CtYankee


Yea, Kimbers are sooo nice and extremely accurate. There is a reason that spec ops, swat, and Olympic teams have switched to Kimber.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


What Gun Rag you been reading? FFS Please do not speak to and or advise folks on matters you have no experience friend. Your just not correct, dude or dude'ette...just kidding on the dude stuff. Be quiet, your wrong. This site is going to shit...............
 Quoting: AdHocBOHICA


What did I say that was wrong you fucking clown? And I have probably been on this site much longer than your retarded ass. And how did I advise anyone? I asked ?'s and stated a fact or two, you illiterate prick.

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"I carry a Glock-19 But would not recommend one for a novice shooter do to the safe action trigger."

Just wondering what your reasoning behind this... I would absolutely recommend the Glock 19, or a glock of any name to a beginner. The safe action trigger has no downfall for someone who is learning in my opinion (I have about as much experience to call on as the OP). Beyond that the Glock is simply the best option for a combat pistol out there. Easy to manipulate, interchangable parts, hexagonal rifling etc. I cant think of any reason whatsoever that it would not be suitable for someone learning to shoot. The safe action trigger is a great feature. When I started shooting Glock it in no way whatsoever affected my shooting.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20104880


putin
"safe action trigger" is not a feature
it's a serious deficiency hyped by marketing-speak into a
"feature"

it's a >lack of something< presented as, well, >something<
it's utterly absurd

gaston glock is literally mocking all you sheep in your face by calling it a "safe action trigger"

yes it's obviously genious because all of you actually believe it

and what is the single thing a glock is lacking ?
a safety !

that is precisely why it is not a weapon for the novice

yes it's perfectly reliable, ugly and dependable as hell
but it is also extremely unsafe except in hands of a highly disciplined operator

please research this term to find out why:

" glock leg "
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30906627


you ever pull the trigger on a Glock .45? I did at the gun store. That trigger was so stiff I don't know how it could accidentally go off. The person would have to be a total clutz.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28870983


after "break-in" it becomes noticeably lighter as the surfaces wear

it must have been a gen4 where glock made a "quiet improvement" unadvertised out of fear for more lawsuits
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"I carry a Glock-19 But would not recommend one for a novice shooter do to the safe action trigger."

Just wondering what your reasoning behind this... I would absolutely recommend the Glock 19, or a glock of any name to a beginner. The safe action trigger has no downfall for someone who is learning in my opinion (I have about as much experience to call on as the OP). Beyond that the Glock is simply the best option for a combat pistol out there. Easy to manipulate, interchangable parts, hexagonal rifling etc. I cant think of any reason whatsoever that it would not be suitable for someone learning to shoot. The safe action trigger is a great feature. When I started shooting Glock it in no way whatsoever affected my shooting.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20104880


putin
"safe action trigger" is not a feature
it's a serious deficiency hyped by marketing-speak into a
"feature"

it's a >lack of something< presented as, well, >something<
it's utterly absurd

gaston glock is literally mocking all you sheep in your face by calling it a "safe action trigger"

yes it's obviously genious because all of you actually believe it

and what is the single thing a glock is lacking ?
a safety !

that is precisely why it is not a weapon for the novice

yes it's perfectly reliable, ugly and dependable as hell
but it is also extremely unsafe except in hands of a highly disciplined operator

please research this term to find out why:

" glock leg "
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30906627


I would agree that a glock might not be the best choice for an absolute beginner. But the rest of your post is pure opinion. And presented in an ugly fashion as if you are the one and only holder of all things of knowledge concerning glocks.

I don't think so.

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"I carry a Glock-19 But would not recommend one for a novice shooter do to the safe action trigger."

Just wondering what your reasoning behind this... I would absolutely recommend the Glock 19, or a glock of any name to a beginner. The safe action trigger has no downfall for someone who is learning in my opinion (I have about as much experience to call on as the OP). Beyond that the Glock is simply the best option for a combat pistol out there. Easy to manipulate, interchangable parts, hexagonal rifling etc. I cant think of any reason whatsoever that it would not be suitable for someone learning to shoot. The safe action trigger is a great feature. When I started shooting Glock it in no way whatsoever affected my shooting.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20104880


putin
"safe action trigger" is not a feature
it's a serious deficiency hyped by marketing-speak into a
"feature"

it's a >lack of something< presented as, well, >something<
it's utterly absurd

gaston glock is literally mocking all you sheep in your face by calling it a "safe action trigger"

yes it's obviously genious because all of you actually believe it

and what is the single thing a glock is lacking ?
a safety !

that is precisely why it is not a weapon for the novice

yes it's perfectly reliable, ugly and dependable as hell
but it is also extremely unsafe except in hands of a highly disciplined operator

please research this term to find out why:

" glock leg "
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30906627


I would agree that a glock might not be the best choice for an absolute beginner. But the rest of your post is pure opinion. And presented in an ugly fashion as if you are the one and only holder of all things of knowledge concerning glocks.

I don't think so.
 Quoting: s. d. butler


Like I have said from the start of the thread. I love my GLOCK-19 it never let me down in Iraq, or Afghanistan, but it is not a good CCW Handgun for a Novice Shooter.

Also one of the things I have experienced with GLOCK担 is after you put a few thousand rounds threw them the trigger pull gets a lot softer just like with any firearm you need to put 500 3000 rounds threw it just to brake it in.

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What sort of weapon do you recommend for a female with samll hands and limited gun experience?
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"I carry a Glock-19 But would not recommend one for a novice shooter do to the safe action trigger."

Just wondering what your reasoning behind this... I would absolutely recommend the Glock 19, or a glock of any name to a beginner. The safe action trigger has no downfall for someone who is learning in my opinion (I have about as much experience to call on as the OP). Beyond that the Glock is simply the best option for a combat pistol out there. Easy to manipulate, interchangable parts, hexagonal rifling etc. I cant think of any reason whatsoever that it would not be suitable for someone learning to shoot. The safe action trigger is a great feature. When I started shooting Glock it in no way whatsoever affected my shooting.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20104880


putin
"safe action trigger" is not a feature
it's a serious deficiency hyped by marketing-speak into a
"feature"

it's a >lack of something< presented as, well, >something<
it's utterly absurd

gaston glock is literally mocking all you sheep in your face by calling it a "safe action trigger"

yes it's obviously genious because all of you actually believe it

and what is the single thing a glock is lacking ?
a safety !

that is precisely why it is not a weapon for the novice

yes it's perfectly reliable, ugly and dependable as hell
but it is also extremely unsafe except in hands of a highly disciplined operator

please research this term to find out why:

" glock leg "
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30906627


I would agree that a glock might not be the best choice for an absolute beginner. But the rest of your post is pure opinion. And presented in an ugly fashion as if you are the one and only holder of all things of knowledge concerning glocks.

I don't think so.
 Quoting: s. d. butler


Like I have said from the start of the thread. I love my GLOCK-19 it never let me down in Iraq, or Afghanistan, but it is not a good CCW Handgun for a Novice Shooter.

Also one of the things I have experienced with GLOCK担 is after you put a few thousand rounds threw them the trigger pull gets a lot softer just like with any firearm you need to put 500 3000 rounds threw it just to brake it in.
 Quoting: USMC0369


Absolutely. I have a glock 21 and agree with the trigger pull statement. I had always carried a 1911 or commander, switching over to a glock took some getting used to because of the trigger. Lots of dry firing was the ticket for me.
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I am a female and I am considering a CCW permit, but with the new legislation on firearms being considered that is incredibly draconian; and with the county I am moving to being very strict on who can get a CCW permit, I am not sure this is possible.

So my question is, barring being able to get the CCW permit, what is my best course of self defense? The area I am going to be attending evening classes is known to be quite dangerous. The campus has also have not implemented adequate security measures.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21795357


Sounds dangerous, where are you going?

I also have some questions too about concealed carry. I recently got a ccw. Mostly I carry my gun in my purse, but my instructor told me its better than not having it, but not the best way for a girl to carry a gun. He reccommended some special handbags (all of which were ugly) also something called "Flashbang holster" that attatches to your bra. Also didn't seem like a good choice, not only did it look uncomfortable, half the time guys tend to stare there. Is there any good options for a girl? Seems like most things for guns are designed for the guys.
Charlotte :)
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I am a female and I am considering a CCW permit, but with the new legislation on firearms being considered that is incredibly draconian; and with the county I am moving to being very strict on who can get a CCW permit, I am not sure this is possible.

So my question is, barring being able to get the CCW permit, what is my best course of self defense? The area I am going to be attending evening classes is known to be quite dangerous. The campus has also have not implemented adequate security measures.
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Sounds dangerous, where are you going?

I also have some questions too about concealed carry. I recently got a ccw. Mostly I carry my gun in my purse, but my instructor told me its better than not having it, but not the best way for a girl to carry a gun. He reccommended some special handbags (all of which were ugly) also something called "Flashbang holster" that attatches to your bra. Also didn't seem like a good choice, not only did it look uncomfortable, half the time guys tend to stare there. Is there any good options for a girl? Seems like most things for guns are designed for the guys.
 Quoting: Charlott


It all depends on what you are wearing. If you池e in jeans or slacks you can go with an a in the waist band holster. They even have a thigh holster now for when women are wearing skirts. Below are two good links to check out.

[link to bellybandccw.com]
[link to www.corneredcat.com]

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How pissed off will you be when they take your lively-hood away?
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It's always UK fags who post stupid shit like this...
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I am a female and I am considering a CCW permit, but with the new legislation on firearms being considered that is incredibly draconian; and with the county I am moving to being very strict on who can get a CCW permit, I am not sure this is possible.

So my question is, barring being able to get the CCW permit, what is my best course of self defense? The area I am going to be attending evening classes is known to be quite dangerous. The campus has also have not implemented adequate security measures.
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Sounds dangerous, where are you going?

I also have some questions too about concealed carry. I recently got a ccw. Mostly I carry my gun in my purse, but my instructor told me its better than not having it, but not the best way for a girl to carry a gun. He reccommended some special handbags (all of which were ugly) also something called "Flashbang holster" that attatches to your bra. Also didn't seem like a good choice, not only did it look uncomfortable, half the time guys tend to stare there. Is there any good options for a girl? Seems like most things for guns are designed for the guys.
 Quoting: Charlott


It all depends on what you are wearing. If you池e in jeans or slacks you can go with an a in the waist band holster. They even have a thigh holster now for when women are wearing skirts. Below are two good links to check out.

[link to bellybandccw.com]
[link to www.corneredcat.com]
 Quoting: USMC0369


Just to add ... cornered cat probably covers this but my S.O. likes the smart carry holster

here is a forum discussion on the smart carry

[link to www.defensivecarry.com]

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I am a female and I am considering a CCW permit, but with the new legislation on firearms being considered that is incredibly draconian; and with the county I am moving to being very strict on who can get a CCW permit, I am not sure this is possible.

So my question is, barring being able to get the CCW permit, what is my best course of self defense? The area I am going to be attending evening classes is known to be quite dangerous. The campus has also have not implemented adequate security measures.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21795357


Sounds dangerous, where are you going?

I also have some questions too about concealed carry. I recently got a ccw. Mostly I carry my gun in my purse, but my instructor told me its better than not having it, but not the best way for a girl to carry a gun. He reccommended some special handbags (all of which were ugly) also something called "Flashbang holster" that attatches to your bra. Also didn't seem like a good choice, not only did it look uncomfortable, half the time guys tend to stare there. Is there any good options for a girl? Seems like most things for guns are designed for the guys.
 Quoting: Charlott


It all depends on what you are wearing. If you池e in jeans or slacks you can go with an a in the waist band holster. They even have a thigh holster now for when women are wearing skirts. Below are two good links to check out.

[link to bellybandccw.com]
[link to www.corneredcat.com]
 Quoting: USMC0369


Just to add ... cornered cat probably covers this but my S.O. likes the smart carry holster

here is a forum discussion on the smart carry

[link to www.defensivecarry.com]
 Quoting: s. d. butler


Thank You good link
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I just had 8 People in role in my CCW class. Everyone is trying to get a CCW now before the laws change.
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I am a female and I am considering a CCW permit, but with the new legislation on firearms being considered that is incredibly draconian; and with the county I am moving to being very strict on who can get a CCW permit, I am not sure this is possible.

So my question is, barring being able to get the CCW permit, what is my best course of self defense? The area I am going to be attending evening classes is known to be quite dangerous. The campus has also have not implemented adequate security measures.
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Sounds dangerous, where are you going?

I also have some questions too about concealed carry. I recently got a ccw. Mostly I carry my gun in my purse, but my instructor told me its better than not having it, but not the best way for a girl to carry a gun. He reccommended some special handbags (all of which were ugly) also something called "Flashbang holster" that attatches to your bra. Also didn't seem like a good choice, not only did it look uncomfortable, half the time guys tend to stare there. Is there any good options for a girl? Seems like most things for guns are designed for the guys.
 Quoting: Charlott


It all depends on what you are wearing. If you池e in jeans or slacks you can go with an a in the waist band holster. They even have a thigh holster now for when women are wearing skirts. Below are two good links to check out.

[link to bellybandccw.com]
[link to www.corneredcat.com]
 Quoting: USMC0369


Just to add ... cornered cat probably covers this but my S.O. likes the smart carry holster

here is a forum discussion on the smart carry

[link to www.defensivecarry.com]
 Quoting: s. d. butler


Oh thank you so much for those links!! I never knew those websites existed. I wasn't sure about that belly band holster and the smart carry, but after reading through the cornered cat websight, and several threads on defensive carry, It might be good sometimes depending on how I dress. My problem was the same the cornered cat lady said, I don't want to dress like a man. I am not sure how that smart carry would look with most things I wear, it looks like some sort of fanny bag or something. I know I must come accross difficult, or as a princess or something lol. Thanks again for those links
Charlotte :)
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Sounds dangerous, where are you going?

I also have some questions too about concealed carry. I recently got a ccw. Mostly I carry my gun in my purse, but my instructor told me its better than not having it, but not the best way for a girl to carry a gun. He reccommended some special handbags (all of which were ugly) also something called "Flashbang holster" that attatches to your bra. Also didn't seem like a good choice, not only did it look uncomfortable, half the time guys tend to stare there. Is there any good options for a girl? Seems like most things for guns are designed for the guys.
 Quoting: Charlott


It all depends on what you are wearing. If you池e in jeans or slacks you can go with an a in the waist band holster. They even have a thigh holster now for when women are wearing skirts. Below are two good links to check out.

[link to bellybandccw.com]
[link to www.corneredcat.com]
 Quoting: USMC0369


Just to add ... cornered cat probably covers this but my S.O. likes the smart carry holster

here is a forum discussion on the smart carry

[link to www.defensivecarry.com]
 Quoting: s. d. butler


Oh thank you so much for those links!! I never knew those websites existed. I wasn't sure about that belly band holster and the smart carry, but after reading through the cornered cat websight, and several threads on defensive carry, It might be good sometimes depending on how I dress. My problem was the same the cornered cat lady said, I don't want to dress like a man. I am not sure how that smart carry would look with most things I wear, it looks like some sort of fanny bag or something. I know I must come accross difficult, or as a princess or something lol. Thanks again for those links
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Your Welcome
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I just took the 2 day NRA pistol Instructors Class....I passed it.. To be honest with you If I had to pay for it ($300) I would of asked for a refund.. I really did not want the instructors Hat, Shoulder patch or pistol Banner they gave to me at the completion of the course...
The instructors were nice guys but the info they were trying to teach came from the 50's... the best thing about the class was the pistol qualification at the very en of day 2..
BTW ever shoot a S&W model 41 ??
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Views on the Springfield XDS?
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just got an xd .40 I like it.
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Re: I知 a NRA Pistol / Rifle Instructor ask me any question you like
Do guns kill or do people kill?
 Quoting: questioning carl 21509763


Its the Gun that kills. Today's firearms are exceptionally lethal. Survivability rate for other weapons is way higher than for a gun.
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take a look at the crime rate for the last 20 years. more guns less crime....
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What is really the difference between your rifle and your gun?
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Tell us about Lee Harvey Oswald there Mr. firearms expert.
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How many trainees discharge a weapon before your able to say "Do not point the gun at anyone or yourself"?
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Proper stance when soiling one's pants?

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