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View Poll Results: Walther P99 or Glock 22 (.40 cal/mil)
Walther P99 .40 cal 10 43.48%
Glock 22 .40 cal 13 56.52%
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Old 09-20-2006, 11:21 AM   #1
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Walther P99 (.40 Cal/Mil) v. Glock 22 (.40 Cal)

Which do you prefer? Which do you think is a all around better weapon? Just curious...
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Old 09-20-2006, 11:24 AM   #2
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Old 09-20-2006, 11:28 AM   #3
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Same here, but I've been hearing about a jamming problem on the factory mag. You (or anyone else) know anything about it?
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I love my glock. Have had NO problems with it, and its great to conceal.
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Never shot a Walther before,

but i was impressed with the glock 9mm
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Old 09-20-2006, 01:52 PM   #6
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Glock is the better weapon between it and the Walther.
That being said, I prefer the Springfield XD series even more.
It's an excellent weapon, got a good trigger, very accurate, lifetime warranty, and less expensive than the Glock. It also fits my hand more better.
I saw the 4" XD40 at Carter Country Monday on sale for $469.95, Gander Mountain has great pricing on them as well.
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I love my glock. Have had NO problems with it, and its great to conceal.
Yeah, all of my military friends are saying go with the Glock because of its supreme durability (i.e. can shoot under water, shoots after being in mud, can be dropped "hard" and still perform effectively). Still debatin'...anybody know -through empirical means- which is more accurate ?
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Glock is the better weapon between it and the Walther.
That being said, I prefer the Springfield XD series even more.
It's an excellent weapon, got a good trigger, very accurate, lifetime warranty, and less expensive than the Glock. It also fits my hand more better.
I saw the 4" XD40 at Carter Country Monday on sale for $469.95, Gander Mountain has great pricing on them as well.
+1, the springfield xd's are nice, but they feel a litte heavy for me, feels like i have a brick in my pants, somthing i dont care to lug around everywhere
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I've been shooting a P99 for several years now. . .no complaints here. Keep in mind, I'm not gun expert either. just my 2 cents
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if you want to it sometime, buy the ammo and ill bring the pistola
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if you want to it sometime, buy the ammo and ill bring the pistola
I might just take you up on that offer being that'll I'll be in Houston this weekend...do a lil ridin' afterward as well...?
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You've got the .40 right ?
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yessir, i should be on the southside of houston saturday night through monday
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Depending on when/where I will bring my glock and shot that one too. And really compare the two.
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Just PM me your contact info n I'll holler at you when I get in town on Friday n we can figure out the when n where ?
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i think they have a glock 22 on sale @ republic arms...not sure though (there was about 5 on display)
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