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So, who has the rarest, or otherwise most unusual firearm here? Post what you've got.
I don't have anything that is really in the running, but I do have my neon green pump shotgun and a 24" rifled tactical semi-auto slug gun. Not many people do slug guns anymore, but I am still a fan of them. They hit damned hard and have great accuracy out pretty far.
So, let's get off the beaten path. Let's see some old, rare, unusual, exotic or just plain weird firearms.
I know this horse has been beaten to death but, it had been awhile since I purchased a new Glock and was surprised at just how scratch-prone the new, flat finish actually is. I bought 2 new Glocks in the past month, both Austrian, and they already exhibit scratches on the slides. The 43 shows Kydex holster wear already. The 19 has only been gently used at the range. Im sure Glock would refinish both slides under warranty but, its not worth the hassle to me. Its just a shame that they dont use a better finish. I sure miss the old frying pan finish.
NYPD vets upset that rookies get better guns
Some cops are criticizing another aspect of the Glock 17 rollout, noting that the department is purposefully limiting the number of bullets they can carry.
The gun, as designed, can hold 17-round magazines — two more than the Glock 19.
Hello all, was just wanting to see who all has compensated models...share-um if ya got'em!
Long difficult story short, A Deputy I went to the Academy with died years ago after a motorcycle accident. His issue Glock-22, 3rd gen he was carrying, was damaged by severe road rash to the rear and right side of the plastic grip, I bought the pistol after it was retired and turned in, and gave it to my brother an officer at the Hazel Park MI PD, with a Hogue grip sleeve on it to cover the damaged grip.
He has since acquired a new Gen3 G-22, and is returning the damaged one to me.
I don't think I will like the Hogue grip, I do not want to "stipple" or replace the frame, and do not like slip on grips...
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