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Old 05-17-2012, 08:41 AM   #11
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My first was a glock and I hated it. I bought a Beretta 92fs and never looked back! The glocks are great for some but not for me. The Beretta is a work of art IMHO. I also would take an m14 over an m16. ED
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It is changing slowly..... the S&W "M&P" line found its way into leo market
S&W is offering a one on one trade to a lot of departments
Do you have any information on this, terms and conditions? Love to pass it along to some family and friends.
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this applies to police departments only....
I am not sure if it was Austin PD or Dallas... but one of them traded their Glocks for M&P's and S&W gave them a M&P for every Glock they traded...
and I know of another department that is currently working on trading in the Glocks for M&P's
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this applies to police departments only....
I am not sure if it was Austin PD or Dallas... but one of them traded their Glocks for M&P's and S&W gave them a M&P for every Glock they traded...
and I know of another department that is currently working on trading in the Glocks for M&P's

Glock did the same thing for the Florida Highway Patrol and many, many others over the last 25 years. S&W finally caught on and is stepping out on that limb.

I'm curious to see, if they have a serious issue like some of the ones Glock had over the years, how well they'll handle it. I don't think they're up to the challenge.
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