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Old April 11th, 2012, 02:39 AM #21
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For me the p99 AS any day of the week.
Ergonomics and trigger are just light years ahead.
Yeah the trigger system takes a little getting used to on the AS but when you do it is just nice. And the reset is glorious.
You cant add whistles and saws and the thousands of other things the glock has available. But I don't think it needs all that.
And when I look at it it's not sooooo ugly I want to punch myself.
Its also nice having something not every other lane at the range is shooting.
And it's also drop dead reliable just like the glock.
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Old April 11th, 2012, 02:56 AM #22
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ive fired them both extensively. personally i prefer the glock. nothing wrong with the P99 by any means. PERSONALLY i hate the trigger and shoot poorly with them. my friend is a phenom with the P99 but sucks at glock shooting. let her try both and then decide. either one is a great buy.
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Old April 11th, 2012, 04:43 AM #23
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For me the p99 AS any day of the week.
Ergonomics and trigger are just light years ahead.
Yeah the trigger system takes a little getting used to on the AS but when you do it is just nice. And the reset is glorious.
You cant add whistles and saws and the thousands of other things the glock has available. But I don't think it needs all that.
And when I look at it it's not sooooo ugly I want to punch myself.
Its also nice having something not every other lane at the range is shooting.
And it's also drop dead reliable just like the glock.
Glock is the Chevy Astro Van of handguns. Won't win any beauty contests, but will run and run and run, and will be more useful than most other vehicles you'd ever owned.
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Old April 11th, 2012, 08:08 AM #24
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Glock G19!!!

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This is the FIRST group fired from my G19 Gen3.
15 shots. 15 yards. CCI Blazer (aluminum) 115 gr FMJ.
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IF the G19 fits your hands, you will never let go of it!!!
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What are the complaints about the Glock 19 Gen4?
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PPQ, feels much better in my hand. I also have a p99QA, wish it was the AS, bought the QA from a bad sugestion from a gun shop. I have no problem with glocks, they are not comfortable in my hand, and I don't like the trigger. (not a fan of modifying triggers on a SD gun either) Try the PPQ, its very comfortable and trigger is awesome.
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What are the complaints about the Glock 19 Gen4?
I'm hearing of problems with extraction/ejection.
The 'new' dual recoil spring assembly ("RSA") was giving some problems.
I think those issues have been resolved.

My G19 Gen3 has been 100%+.
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My G19 Gen3 has been 100%+.
As has mine. The Gen3 is still in production.
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What are the complaints about the Glock 19 Gen4?
My gen4 G19 has been 100%. Ive had it for about a month and have put about 500 through it, including 30ish rounds of my defensive ammo of choice, corbon +P's.
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I have heard great things about the PPQ. Also, I've tried many times to like Glocks and they all feel like plastic bricks in my hand.
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