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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by frank_drebin, Mar 10, 2013.
When I saw it, I thought if this...
Unfortunately that is not uncommon. For some reason people can't help themselves when it comes to totally destroying a perfectly good Glock. I bet it also has a stainless steel rrecoil spring. Seems the two go together.
Used to be that, a Dremel tool was a pistol's worst nightmare as the gun "fiddlers" ruined many a feedramp on their poor old 1911's...
Looks like the soldering iron is about to give the Dremel a run for it's money...
Agrip would cover that mess up pretty well...That is the pistol's only hope for a good life.
Looks like my dog's plastic teething chew toy.
I lost a g27 in a house fire a few years back...and I think this is it.
Looks like smilach's dog got a hold of another Glock.
In the pipe world, we'd call that "rusticated."
It's the werewolf Glock. It should be considered a felony doing that to a perfectly beautiful gun.
That frame is done. Never going to be right again.
Someone needs to invent some "Stripple Spackle " to fill in bad stripple jobs like that.
To add insult to injury that is a picture that showed up in his Photobucket account of a pistol he used to own!
I could only hope to afford such a custom piece.
Has anyone taken a multi day handgun class in the middle of the summer where you are expected to perform? How about shooting out of a blazing hot vehicle that has been cooking in 100deg+ temps all day? You can't always stop and take a nap in the shade at your leisure.
When the sweat is running down your arm and dripping from your fingers you'll understand.
Stippling isn't about, "looking right." Stippling is about function.
Less typing, more doing.
+1 to that ^. Their gun. Whatever works for them. Who cares.
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Non shooters commenting on function. Never a good combination.
I notice you like to comment on people that you categorize as "non-shooters", when you have NO idea about the people or their shooting status, but yet you "call out" as being, in your own words, "non-shooters". Here's one for ya,...non knowing/**** talking posters commenting on people that you have no idea who you are talking and commenting about. Never a good combination.
Yes, when I look at that picture I think "professional shooter"
Plus a few oz's lighter is always a plus
It's amazing what people do sometimes.