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    i picked up a dagger up several months ago, and have enjoyed the benefits of a glock, without having to buy a glock...so much so that i wanted the larger sized version of the dagger, and then one of those arrived...and i still have another receiver to throw some more parts at to have a third.
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    it's only metal, we can out think it....

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    Got to say I never got to shoot any Daggers, But really like the 19 clone on the right .Do they also accept Glock mags ? Congrats on the pair !

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARINE DIVISION TWO View Post
    Got to say I never got to shoot any Daggers, But really like the 19 clone on the right .Do they also accept Glock mags ? Congrats on the pair !
    they accept all Glock Gen 3 parts

    they are able to make these because the Gen 3 Glock patent expired
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    Love my Dagger. Best $300 I have spent in a long time.
    Donít like me ???? Tough, I donít give a flying f@@k about ya.

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    today only if you're into that color $79.99

    PSA FULL SIZE - S COMPLETE POLYMER FRAME, ROBIN'S EGG BLUE

    https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-...6&utm_content=

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOYABEAN View Post
    today only if you're into that color $79.99

    PSA FULL SIZE - S COMPLETE POLYMER FRAME, ROBIN'S EGG BLUE

    https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-...6&utm_content=
    caught a deal a few weeks ago....two frames, $99.00 one full size, one compact.
    it's only metal, we can out think it....

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    A few weeks ago, you could have grabbed a complete basic slide and lower for under $200. + shipping and transfer. That's nuts. They shoot great, they're accurate, nicely machined with decent quality parts.

    Maybe Glocks are overpriced. Or maybe PSA knows how to produce a quality product at a low price. Maybe a little bit of both.

    It also does feel better in my hand then a Gen 5 G19, and that's the best feeling Glock to me. Could be just because it isn't a Glock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockIsland View Post
    A few weeks ago, you could have grabbed a complete basic slide and lower for under $200. + shipping and transfer. That's nuts. They shoot great, they're accurate, nicely machined with decent quality parts.

    Maybe Glocks are overpriced. Or maybe PSA knows how to produce a quality product at a low price. Maybe a little bit of both.

    It also does feel better in my hand then a Gen 5 G19, and that's the best feeling Glock to me. Could be just because it isn't a Glock.
    The grip feels like a sig p320. Which is much betterer than a Glock grip

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    The Dagger compact is quickly becoming my favorite pistol. Ergonomically well designed and comfortable, compact size fits my hand well and is de-horned for easy carry and the softest shooting compact 9mm I've ever experienced + every bit as accurate as I am. Keep your eyes peeled for Black Friday deals, I grabbed a spare upper for $139.99 + s&h, a couple of months back. I got my frame for $99.99 + free shipping and it was packaged with a stripped AR lower at that price!
    Last edited by eatmydust; November 17th, 2023 at 09:41 AM. Reason: clarification

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    A good deal available right now from PSA, basic compact Dagger -> $249.99++

    https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-...black-dlc.html
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