It's another large carnivorous bird that can be found in deserts.... it was called the Condor (.50) in SoD1— but I think Vulture sounds more menacing. You know, since vultures eat dead and rotting things, and zeds are... yeah.I thought it'd be a revolver. How did a DE turn into a Vulture.
Glocks are okay guns, but I'm not a huge fan of "I'll crack if you look at me wrong" polymer-frame weapons (although, to be fair, you usually have to be really mistreating the gun to do that). Personally, I still swear by my M1911A1, which has never given me any problems, but to each his own.Thinking about picking up a Glock 19 gen 4. Thoughts and opinions would be appreciated. Reviews I've seen are mostly favorable, but I'd like real human input.
You can add attachments to any weapon, as long as it can accept a rail. Which these days, is most of them.I don't know much about the Glock series, but I know they are adjustable to your style, as in you can add attachments, they provide great stability with cheap ammo, great grip and not too hard to manage.
If I were to get a gun, my choice would be a Glock first.
Then again, don't take my word cause I may just provide some nonsense XD
I've got a Glock 19 Gen 4. My biggest peeve with it is the stock/factory trigger. For whatever reason (has something to do with import laws), the G19 trigger has ridges on it, which has a cheese grater effect on my finger. So if you do pick up a G19, I'd swap the stock trigger out with one from the G17.Thinking about picking up a Glock 19 gen 4. Thoughts and opinions would be appreciated. Reviews I've seen are mostly favorable, but I'd like real human input.
Depends on the magazine. Most mags hold 7 or 8 rounds, but you can find 10 and 18 shot single stack mags. If you pick up a double stack 1911, like a Remington or STI, you can get 14 or 15 in standard configuration, and I think they make 22 shot mags for competition guns..45 will pack a punch, speaking of the M1911A1, they hold 7-8 shots as well as a good menacing look.