glock plug

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by eddief4, Aug 11, 2007.

  1. eddief4

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    If they make one for the 26...it will be mine, oh yes, it will be mine...
     

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    sweet:banana:
     
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    Hmmm. Compartment full of little batteries - that's some "mag-rattle" right there. Maybe the bad guy will think you're a rattlesnake in the dark? Will you burn out your laser batts that often so as to need to carry them in the gun?

    Extra bullet... why? I know those chicks who were fighting in Croatia said that THEY always carried a spare round to avoid capture, but do I need one? And when I finally get that round out, will it be green with corrosion? AND, why leave an unsecured round of ammunition WITH the handgun? I don't want to explain in court as to why a bullet was readily available like that.

    MAYBE the compartment would be okay for springs or pins, but again, the rattle issue. Maybe w. a small piece of bubble-wrap to hold everything still?

    MAYBE put in one of those little pill-boxes, the little capsule type w. some gun oil in it? (there is a tiny little plastic vial inside the pill-box - it might even work by itself). Also in the compartment w. the pill-box or vial, some cotton-swabs cut-down to fit. Maybe cram in a folded up cleaning patch or two. Sort of a tiny field-expedient cleaning/lube kit in the grip.

    Still, a good idea, just me - not down with loose batteries or especially AMMUNITION.
     
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    Mark 19 Whois John Galt CLM Millennium Member

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    I like my backstrap empty so that any unburned powder or other gunk that gets in the area of the trigger connector has a path to fall out.
     
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    "MAYBE" you just shouldn't get one...whatcha think?
     
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    I figured it out... That compartment is really for viagra. That way, your always cocked, locked and ready to go!!!


    :uglylol:
     
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    I wish that guy would use spell check before he posts his auctions.



    I won't even go into his grammar usage.



    And just how long do you think that little plastic hinge is going to last before it breaks and dumps your batteries and spare bullet on the ground?

    PT Barnum was right.
     
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    They do. I put one in my new G26 the day after I bought it. Got the plug at a local gun store. It's a compression fit, not a spring-type pin fit like a G23.
     
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    I prefer to store a few grams of cocaine. Otherwise, it is USELESS.
     
  13. CharlieoFoxtrot

    CharlieoFoxtrot Che with Whine?

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    Does seem like a brilliant solution to a non-extant problem.

    However, spare batteries for the laser -- wrapped in thin foam -- with the pin removal tool (CT) -- hmmmm.

    I'm not even sure the frisbee batteries of the CT sight would even fit. Anyone know?
     
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    what about a little piece of flint in it?