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    I've been a little slack on going to the range so I was thinking about this mod for my Glock. Don't see how I could miss now.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=074_1173996514
    THE AVERAGE RESPONSE TIME FOR A 911 CALL IS FOUR MINUTES
    THE AVERAGE RESPONSE TIME FOR A .357 MAGNUM ROUND IS 1400 FEET PER SECOND?
    http://www.boondocksaints.com/

  • #2
    L-o-l

    L-O-L....L-O-L ... that's a good one !!! Fell off my chair laughing so hard !!

    But on a serious note; are you aware a significant number of handguns recovered from felons are guns stolen from security guards ?? Glock is a pricey handgun. I wouldn't carry anything that cost more than a week's pay, like maybe a Ruger. I don't work armed anymore, and had let my exposed gun license to expire. But when I was working armed, I anticipated getting my gun stolen from me, so I carried a Ruger Security-6, 357 magnum, which retailed for $300 back when I bought it new in 1982. If I were to renew my gun license, I'd carry a Ruger P90, or P97 model. I own a P90, and for a 9mm, I own a Taurus PT92, which is a copycat of the Beretta 92. All my handguns are under $600, except for my S&W model 645, which my step dad gave me as a present.

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    • #3
      Let them try

      Originally posted by OMG_Ihatethisjob View Post
      L-O-L....L-O-L ... that's a good one !!! Fell off my chair laughing so hard !!

      But on a serious note; are you aware a significant number of handguns recovered from felons are guns stolen from security guards ?? Glock is a pricey handgun. I wouldn't carry anything that cost more than a week's pay, like maybe a Ruger. I don't work armed anymore, and had let my exposed gun license to expire. But when I was working armed, I anticipated getting my gun stolen from me, so I carried a Ruger Security-6, 357 magnum, which retailed for $300 back when I bought it new in 1982. If I were to renew my gun license, I'd carry a Ruger P90, or P97 model. I own a P90, and for a 9mm, I own a Taurus PT92, which is a copycat of the Beretta 92. All my handguns are under $600, except for my S&W model 645, which my step dad gave me as a present.
      They will have pry it out my cold dead hand 1st.
      But most likey they be fitted with toe tag.
      CAPTAIN KOOLAID 9594


      oh ya

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      • #4
        Actually a Glock does not cost that much. I have a Glock 22 and a Glock 23. Both were around $500.00 each. Look at it like this if someone swipes my gun and shoots me it will be with a good gun and I can tell everyone in hell about it with pride. But back to the video I wonder how hot the barrel got before it started to warp?
        THE AVERAGE RESPONSE TIME FOR A 911 CALL IS FOUR MINUTES
        THE AVERAGE RESPONSE TIME FOR A .357 MAGNUM ROUND IS 1400 FEET PER SECOND?
        http://www.boondocksaints.com/

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        • #5
          Perhaps it will now shoot around corners ?

          My Instructor is a Glock Guru and I have just sent him the link - he shoots Glocks only as these are the standard amongst the industy but always asks me for a shoot of my `Wog Gun` 92FS. Glocks are hovering around the $900 US mark as they are restricted to security and law enforcement so the prices are firm as the demand is low. I paid for the PVC case, 2 mags and basic cleaning kit getting it for $1,200 US at the time but now our dollar is sitting on 90c US so would be cheaper if they are on stock.
          "Keep your friends close and your enemies even closer" Sun Tzu

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          • #6
            Many law enforcement gun dealers will sell a glock to a security officer at the LEO prices. Here in Minnesota the going LE price is 398.20 + tax. About 426.00 for all the base model guns with stock glock sights.

            As for totin a cheap gun around becasue of the chance iot will be taked from you... that is a poor attitude. If you are carrying a gun you should be trained in how to keep it. Whether that be in the holster or in your hand depending on the situation.

            My opinion is carry the most reliable gun you can. whatever the cost.
            Wisdom - Having a lot to say, but knowing when to keep it to yourself.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by LiveNlearn View Post
              Many law enforcement gun dealers will sell a glock to a security officer at the LEO prices. Here in Minnesota the going LE price is 398.20 + tax. About 426.00 for all the base model guns with stock glock sights.

              As for totin a cheap gun around becasue of the chance iot will be taked from you... that is a poor attitude. If you are carrying a gun you should be trained in how to keep it. Whether that be in the holster or in your hand depending on the situation.

              My opinion is carry the most reliable gun you can. whatever the cost.

              Glock wants the dealers to sell them at the LEO price to anyone with a LEO, Military, Security, Fire Dept or EMT ID.
              www.oramsecurity.com

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              • #8
                OMG_Ihatethisjob stated, "But on a serious note; are you aware a significant number of handguns recovered from felons are guns stolen from security guards ?? "

                I'm curious how you came to that conclusion. Can you please share you source of information. Thank you.



                OMG_Ihatethisjob also posted, "I don't work armed anymore, and had let my exposed gun license to expire. But when I was working armed, I anticipated getting my gun stolen from me"

                I'm not trying to be rude, but I don't know of anyone else who anticipates there gun being stolen. Most of us take precautions to prevent such an event. I know I do not anticipated my firearms being stolen.

                Stay Safe

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                • #9
                  Ok...Seriously??

                  But on a serious note; are you aware a significant number of handguns recovered from felons are guns stolen from security guards ??
                  If you are going to keep posting this "statistic" on here, bring in some facts. You have posted this more than once and been asked repeatedly to show us a link or valid stat. Since you have nothing, find a new argument or stop trolling.

                  OMG_Ihatethisjob also posted, "I don't work armed anymore, and had let my exposed gun license to expire. But when I was working armed, I anticipated getting my gun stolen from me"

                  I'm not trying to be rude, but I don't know of anyone else who anticipates there gun being stolen. Most of us take precautions to prevent such an event. I know I do not anticipated my firearms being stolen.
                  I never anticipate my weapon being stolen. Then again, I usually try to carry a BUG, so the only way to get my weapon is to seriously incapacitate me. Oh, and we have back-up at armed posts. Oh, and we are taught basic, remedial retention techniques. Having your weapon stolen should not be an issue at work.
                  Last edited by doulos Christou; 02-12-2008, 07:20 PM.

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                  • #10
                    If you are carrying a firearm in the public domain, YOU have a moral obligation to go WAAYYY beyond whatever basic proficency course you took to qualify and continue your training. You need to learn weapon retention techniques, and practice them on a regular basis{any skill that is unused, you lose}
                    you need to make going to the range a priorty{preferably a range that will let you train} Here in the Austin area we have a range that lets you do just that.

                    http://ctxpta.com/

                    Matt's rates are VERY affordable{65 dollars a year for membership, or 12 dollars a day for daily use}

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                    • #11
                      When I was with Wackenhut, they had a site that was armed that the trainer told us, if someone comes in with a gun and wanted you to give them your gun, put your hands in the air, tell them that you are not going to reach for the gun because then the person can shoot you, and if they want the gun they can come and take it from your holster.



                      my thoughts were "would this be before or after I call EMS for a dead badguy?"
                      "Alright guys listen up, ya'll have probably heard this before, Jackson vs. Securiplex corporation; I am a private security officer, I have no State or governmental authority. I stand as an ordinary citizen. I have no right to; detain, interrogate or otherwise interfere with your personal property-... basically all that means is I'm a cop."-Officer Ernie
                      "The Curve" 1998

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                      • #12
                        It takes a brave man to take on a bloke with a gun trained on him and I would have to say I would have to quickly consider the bloke who wants my wallet and my watch compared to wanting to kill me or those around me.

                        Would I protect myself ............. nope - "I would aim to stop the threat" in my actions. Mind you with that Glock Add-on there may be a few bits and pieces of the agressor left to remove from the wall - LOL.
                        "Keep your friends close and your enemies even closer" Sun Tzu

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                        • #13
                          I'm not trying to be rude, but I don't know of anyone else who anticipates there gun being stolen. Most of us take precautions to prevent such an event. I know I do not anticipated my firearms being stolen.


                          Almost as bad is a guy I used to work with. Each morning when we were issued our guns we had to load then holster them. One morning I spotted an officer reholstering his weapon outside the security office. I asked him if he was having a problem with his revolver and he confided in me that he always empties the rounds from the gun, that way WHEN (not if) his gun is taken from him the assailant "WON'T BE ABLE TO SHOOT ME WITH IT"..he thought he was pretty darn clever. I've worked with a lot of knuckle heads over the years, he was one of the bigger ones.

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                          • #14
                            Almost as bad is a guy I used to work with. Each morning when we were issued our guns we had to load then holster them. One morning I spotted an officer reholstering his weapon outside the security office. I asked him if he was having a problem with his revolver and he confided in me that he always empties the rounds from the gun, that way WHEN (not if) his gun is taken from him the assailant "WON'T BE ABLE TO SHOOT ME WITH IT"..he thought he was pretty darn clever. I've worked with a lot of knuckle heads over the years, he was one of the bigger ones.


                            I see you are in California. This seems to be the mindset of quite a few refugees from Aztlan.....I mean California After they get acclimated to living in United States again, a few trips to the range for some weapon retention classes, and a refresher on the Constitution, most make pretty good Americans.
                            Last edited by Hoji; 02-15-2008, 06:23 PM.

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                            • #15
                              Glock Mod

                              the best mod for a glock is a 1911A1

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