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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Screaming .357G, Jan 21, 2010.
I really have no idea, but I give it about a 10% chance of being true.
Those pictures circulated about six months ago.
I was e-mailed them. I was later told that "Glock 1911"
has a 1" slide.
Glock is very happy with the current lineup.
They are not going to make a 1911. You will see evolutionary changes such as RTF2 and Gen 4 not revolutionary changes like a completely new(to Glock) design like a 1911.
It looks like some adolescent with Photoshop's wet dream.
Reminds me of those UFO photos and videos. Just enough to rais your eyebrows, but just grainy/blury enough not be be able to see what it really is.
Plastic fans have been dreaming about 1911's and AR-15's for a long time, but like ronin said Glock is happy with their lineup (Thank God).
I was at Glock's Shot Show booth yesterday. Believe me when I say that they still don't have an R&D department. Nothing new ever. The Gen 4 was the most anti-climactic "new" product at the show. It's nothing but an SF model that you can snap cheesy panels onto if you want it bulkier than the standard SF. What a load of crap.
Hard to see any real detail other than a fuzzy picture. Hard to believe Glock would build a 1911 but, the 1911 market is a big one. So, why not build one Glock style, with poly except for where metal is necessary?
The real Glock of 1911's looks like this
...ok, ok it's just the unconfirmed gossip, as I can't verify this myself thanks to the flu
The Alchemy Arms Spectre is the only Glock/1911 mix that was ever for sale. Sadly it did not last long.
Only polymer 1911 I'm interested in.
What is it?
Wilson combat Spec Ops 9. $1995.
Couldn't have said it better myself!