New is always better

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Life timeline… :grinning:

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“New” is not always better. Sometimes it’s just “new.” Plenty of consumer fraud and product complaints to back this up. I’m more of a “tried and true” guy (but I’m not saying I don’t do my due diligence on “new” stuff.

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:+1:

Look at the Glock… for example… :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Glocks and AR’s. If they are so perfect, why do people change everything about them soon as they get the chance?

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Marketing and media hype. Keep sales going. People need to eat and pay bills…I guess. And the buy will only do the same thing with it as with the last one…wear it out on paper targets.

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Most don’t.

Also, because people like to play around with things they like.

Maybe I’m weird I’ve owned like 15 Glocks over the years and never modified any other than to change the sights or add a dot sight

Bunch of people I know, especially the professionals, who carry Glocks don’t change anything either.

It’s just that the people who really shoot, and professional users, don’t get on social media and spam pictures of their stock Glocks. :wink:

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It was a rhetorical question. I just wanted to talk smack.

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@Jerzy

Your minder is narrow minded!

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Tell that foo to get his finger off that trigger!

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Nope. His happy face tells me he is ready to shoot. :love_you_gesture:

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Har! That smarmy look tells me he’s never held a pistol before and he’s about to pull a Baldwin on some innocent.

I think he already has. The trigger is already pulled.

Wait, what? When did glock fall into the “perfect” status?

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Its in their logo. “Glock Perfection”

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Here’s a counter question for the Op. Is there a difference between “better” and “more sellable?”

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if I am understanding your question? I would say yes

Because we CAN! Americans love individuality.

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