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    Quote Originally Posted by RockIsland View Post
    Sig is German and Swiss. It's the best of both worlds.


    Sig is a beautiful dog!

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    I dream of an America where a chicken can cross the road without having its motives questioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    They're all so intertwined anymore that you can't keep track. Mack got mixed up in that somewhere too IIRC.
    Mack was purchased by Volvo Group NA, whose brands are Volvo trucks, Volvo Construction Equipment, Volvo Penta Marine engines, UD trucks, Terex articulated rock trucks, Renault trucks, Prevost buses, Nova buses and Mack trucks.

    Not Volvo cars; Geely, a Chinese company owns that business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noah_Zark View Post
    Sig is a beautiful dog!

    Noah
    And obviously very well fed!
    I don't speak English , I talk American!

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    HK for me, as I enjoy my P7's and P7M8.

    As to HK's forum, let's just say they are not a friendly bunch...............

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    Quote Originally Posted by abner13 View Post
    And obviously very well fed!
    Sig is not fat, he's just big boned like a draft horse.

    Have you ever seen a skinny Bernese Mt Dog? They don't have a waist. He's mostly a Berner in Schäferhund's clothing.

    How many 160 lb dogs can catch squirrels, jump 7 feet straight up, and hike 20 miles though the woods that are fat?


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    I never said ''fat'' , he's , , husky!
    I don't speak English , I talk American!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abner13 View Post
    I never said ''fat'' , he's , , husky!
    More like a Duper Duty crew cab with a 44" chest.

    He definitely doesn't have GSD hips.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rwt1405 View Post
    HK for me, as I enjoy my P7's and P7M8.

    As to HK's forum, let's just say they are not a friendly bunch...............
    Ain't that the truth. I had a few P7's several years ago. I asked the HK forum about some hairline cracks in the welds on the breech block. I got attacked for pointing this out, and the members complained that my thread would now show up in a google search for everyone to see regarding a perceived 'flaw' in the design.

    I haven't stuck around those forums, needless to say.

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    HK for Me ! I have a USP Compact in .40 S&W. for me it is the perfect combo of size for carry, firepower and ergonomics and it just runs flawlessly always. It can be carried cocked and locked (like 1911 SA ) or decocked DA or even decocked and locked, safety on if desired. My main house gun ( too large for normal CC carry) the FN FNX 45 has the same function arrangement. many friends tell me this is too complicated ...glock fan boys, I say simply pick your individual option and simply ignore the rest of the modes, I generally use decocked safety off, if I unholster it while in the house or truck the safety gets clicked on

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    I have 1 SIG and 6 HKs... there's my vote!
    "A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves." ― Edward R. Murrow

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