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Glocks, becoming like Colt?

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Everyone is laying off. Obama is out. Clinton lost. Panic buying is over. Gun sales are returning to pre-Obama numbers. That means things are getting back to normal.

 

The last 9 years was not typical of the gun market. Companies are going back to sustainable employment numbers for the future sales they are expected to do in a 2A friendly political environment with no looming threat of bans or other such silliness....

 

Is it really that hard to understand? It's simple economics and makes perfect business sense.

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I would like this but I'm out of tokens.

Colt was and has been hurting during the golden gun years of obama.

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Ray, you sound like a broken record. After being given multiple examples of how Colt is still relevant, you continue to ignore those facts and spew the same stuff. Comparing Colt to S&W is apples to oranges. They focus on different types of products, and usually for the gun types they both make (like ARs), Colt does it better!

 

What you are doing is the equivalent of someone saying Gibson USA (guitar company) is irrelevant today, because they continue to still make the same products they have made for decades. Have they come out with any earth shattering game changing in recent years? Not really, but they continue to make the same few models that are adored by guitarists, with only minor incremental changes that take advantage of modern technology. Other companies make a wide variety of guitars, including Les Paul copies. However, Gibson still makes the original and best Les Paul.

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For the record - S&W does not make a mil spec AR. They use incorrect materials and different manufacturing processes.

 

For what it's worth, S&W still makes a decent product and is the only non spec carbine I would purchase COTS. They are light years ahead of Bushmaster, Rock River, Windham Weaponry, etc.... in quality and reliability.

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My brother has always kept his glock23 as a personal defense weapon. The one he has he bought used when he was 18 and the thing has seen a lot of action. I think glock is smart to leave well enough alone. They work, you pull the trigger and they go bang. He just recently bought a brand new g26 and he loves that to. That's it, 2 guns. Again, I don't own one, and I like my LC9 for carry and personal defense, but to each his/her own. There's a lot of naysaying about different brands back and forth, but I know guys who are very educated and experienced with guns and they carry what a lot of people here would probably call junk. It's really just about comfort and accuracy.

 

I like the XDs too.

 

 

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I thought this post was gonna break the news that Glock is in bankruptcy.

That was 2 or so years ago in this thread:

http://www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php/topic/72763-glock-family-goes-down-guns-blazing/?fromsearch=1

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