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Which pistol costs more Glock 32 or Sig Sauer P226 9mm

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Go with the Sig, even if it costs a few dollars more. Blocks, I mean Glocks, are ugly! Life is too short.

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I'd like a Glock 20 sometime...
Those things are mean
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australis
Hello guys...knew you two would be under this Q for SURE.
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And a nice Bersa Thunder .380 for Sandra!
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australis
Is that a good one Josh?It better be!
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No, no, and no! Bersa's are throw-away guns! You shoot somebody with it and throw it in a dumpster. Josh, I will not let you buy inferior guns!
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With what little complaints I've heard of them, I'd carry one. But I'm a big fan of the .357 Sig...
If I can't get my hands on one of those in 55 years I might get myself a Bersa!
My buddy Roy, (massive guy) goes to look around at a gun shop with me, and he knows I'm good friends with the owner. So he starts giving the guy some crap, they both laugh, it's alright. Then he takes out his PPK and shows it to him, and the guy says "oh yeah that's a great gun, FOR A GIRL!!!!!!"
I collapsed laughing
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Really?!
An expensive drop gun then? Lol...
I only ever hear about people loving them
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You get what you pay for. There is a reason they are priced so cheap. Poor workmanship, moderate accuracy, low grade components. And d@mn little resale value once you figure out they are junk. The Bersa Thunder was a big seller, because of price, only.
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Ah, alright
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Man, I would never steer you wrong.
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I'll take your word for it!
I'm just happy to see when a person actually likes guns on ask.com...
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Likes? I sleep with a gun!
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I still live at home, or I just might too... I freak out my mother enough as it is. Glock 20, the nightstand gun...
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I had the very same Sign you're asking about. Can't speak for the Glock, but the Sign is a great, reliable, and superbly balanced piece, in my opinion.

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Ha you have been auto corrected! :)
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Aarrrgghh!!!! I'm melting. . .meltinnnggg. .
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the sig costs more, but not by much. also be warned, Sig grips are notoriously big. if you've not shot one before I highly doing doing so before purchase doing. you should also keep on mind anyone else who Kay be shooting your gun. my wife has fairly large hands (for a woman) and is a good shot but can't controll my sig because only the tip of her finger will reach the trigger (or she has to hold it at an angle.)

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Sig Sauer costs more, for sure, without even needing to look it up...
Big name in guns!
But hey, if I had the money in my pocket, and my favorite gun shop had one, I'd buy a Sig P239 in .357 Sig, toNIGHT!

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I'd suggest a Beretta

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Glocks are better than you think. Try this website www.gunbroker.com/

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Glocks are a great gun, but ugly.
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