mattifikation, on 17 November 2010 - 01:18 AM, said:
They're also overpriced.
For example, you can get two Glocks for the price of one of their pistols, and have the same reliability and accuracy if not better. Of course if you do that, as a compromise, you have to wade through ten times as many aftermarket accessories whenever you feel like tacking on any upgrades.
I call them Haggle and Choke.
If you join the GSSF for 30 bucks a year, you can get a coupon for any Glock handgun, I think it's $429, except for large frames, they run a bit more, say $30.
I bought mine 16 years ago and paid $499, Model 23.
Bob, on 17 November 2010 - 06:35 AM, said:
+1 on what Matt said about price.
I can't argue quality as I don't own even one of their products.
The only thing they make I would like to have I can't own.
I would like to have an MP5-K but alas uncle clintoon and his cousin obamination do not want me to have one.
Move to Nevada Bob, you can get one there just buy the tax stamp that runs about $300.
I see many for sale there, including the MP-5SD, but it was $5300.