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Green Glocks?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by jol, Jun 30, 2006.

  1. jol

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    I'm new here, i called up trust trade and told me that they have a dark green glock. any ideas?
     
  2. vega

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    Welcome to the forum.
    Never heard of dark green Glocks, they probably meant OD green which for me, looks like muddish brown. What exactly do you want to know?
     

  3. mikey177

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  4. jol

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    same ba yun green glock sa mariner?
    mas ok ba yun green glocks compared sa original blue glocks?
     
  5. astig007

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    mas ok in what sense??? this is only purely cosmetic... the gun will function the same, with same dimensions...
     
  6. mikey177

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    What blue Glocks are we talking about? The only blue Glocks I know of are the inert trainers that don't fire live ammo, like this one:

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    Now, if you're talking about the original Glocks with black frames, then astig007 is correct in saying that the color of the frame does not affect the performance of the gun.

    The Glock Mariner, OTOH, is different from the regular Glocks primarily due to the maritime spring cups in the firing pin channel that allow said model to be fired underwater. Check out this section of the Glock FAQ for more details.
     
  7. jol

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    thanks guys for the replies, pardon my ignorance.
     
  8. astig007

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    it was never of ignorance... you're just vain :alien:


    joke... joke... joke... :laughabove: :laughabove: :rollsmiley: :rollsmiley: :laughabove: :laughabove:
     
  9. mikey177

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    No problem, jol.
     
  10. jimbullet

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    where can i get those blue non firing glocks? nice for keep only
     
  11. astig007

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    buy ka na lang ng glock na marui, mga 4,500-5,000 PhP, you could use it to dry-fire at home or even do some movement drills with it... probably even setup COFs' inside the home specially it's rainy season again
     
  12. choi_tan2000

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    sir anu ung glock na marui? san po nakakabili nun sounds good wanna buy one its nyc for dryfiring and practice at home pag nangangti mga daliri sa galityo hehe


    tnx sir
     
  13. astig007

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    tokyo marui is an airsoft brand :) sa shoppesville 2nd level meron. sabi mga friends ko meron daw sa divisoria... they also have the hicapa (looks and feels like an STI standard)
     
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    tnx for the info sir astig il check it out