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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by aviator0402, Mar 17, 2010.
yes, someone posted the link a while back.
I think the question he's asking is if anyones seen this not via the internet, but standing there in person. To which I can say I have not, but another poster here has and says he know the guy. I think if you search "who says a glock with and empty chamber is usless" you'll find it.
After watching the second vid (from SSC) it reminds me of inertial opening techniques on folding knives.
Have nearly dislocated my shoulder numerous times trying this.
Ninja Style in Slow Motion
Put a lighter spring in there and I'm sure it's easy.
In the 2nd video, why does he take the ammo box with him?
Just tried with a g30, no where near cycling. Is it only the full sized guns (heavier slides)?
The ammo box is part of the drill. They have to carry it or commit a foul.
I've only done it with a shotgun, but I see no need for learning to do it with a Glock. My Glocks already have a round chambered when I draw them.
Ya...They have to have a lighter spring or a weighted slide to make this happen...
I know a couple of guys that can do it. One is a big fellow and is good most attempts. The other, a little guy, is almost 100%. The guns they used are straight from the showcase in the shop where I work part time. No reduced power recoil springs!
If you're looking for an easier way to chamber your pistol one-handed: kneel down on your strong side knee, place the rear sight of your pistol firmly on the back edge of the heel of your shoe / boot / tennie so your sight catches the edge, and rack the slide.
Or just man-up and do it with your teeth.
im going to try this tonight... with an empty mag of course