tried a fullauto glock 17... out of 15 rounds fired fullauto at a 7yard target, only half of the bullets hit the target. The bullet holes were lined up vertically...
If yung ka enkwentro mo are regular street gang bangers or burglars, then hearing a full auto burst would scare the crap out of them and they would probably get out of the area fast! On the other hand if they were pros, they'll probably just wait for you to reload. I don't think there are a lot of pros here in the Phils. though. Either way, its fun shooting at the range! Hehe.Originally posted by jimbullet
Out of curiousity though, taking a poll, would you guys rather have the option for your glocks to go auto for self defense or do you think such feature serves no purpose at all except to waste bullets?
+1 its legal here in the philippines but illegal in the USA,hence the sensitivity. unless you wanna meet a troll that talks to the hand and have this thread locked.Originally posted by horge
Just a note:
It's been brought up before by Eric, our GT Administrator...
Conversion of Glocks to auto is a delicate subject in this forum.
Bottom line is that no discussion promoting or facilitating illegal
behavior is allowed on GT. Since Band of Glockers forum welcomes
US participants, we have to be careful with R.P. and U.S. gun laws.
Commenting on the shootability of full-auto pistols is fairly neutral
stuff, but discussing the how-to of full-auto conversions or even
posting the sources for conversion kits crosses the line into actual
promotion and facilitation of illegal activity.
Have a nice day!
Originally posted by royal glockster
For me, spray and pray is not ideal for pistols. Bcoz it is hard to control, marami madadamay when the "time" comes. Full-auto is best reserved to carbines.my 2 cents mga bro!
+1 ulit. in the shooting magazine that came with our 2006 PPSA ID, Congressman Jack Enrile (One of the PPSA founders, and IPSC Regional Director) mentioned something about lobbying for a law that would forbid full auto modifications (or something to that effect) on pistols as this is against sports shooting.Originally posted by horge
Actually, there is actually no Philippine law I know of that
addresses such modification of pistols.