As close as his hand was to the muzzle, I'm betting expanding gases probably cauterized anything that would bleed.
I would give a glock 18 a lot of respect due to it not having a stock...
not really.. they are basically the same beast same dimension same weight use the same barrel and recoil spring same frame etc..There is a difference between the 18 and a modified 17 in the way the recoil.
The 18 is better to control. I can't tell you why, since there are very few differences.
The G17 will break after 25oo-3000 rounds if run full auto.
I can shoot 17 rounds full auto at a man size target at 25 yards and all rounds will be on the target.
Exactly. And unless the expanding gases all landed perfectly centered on the wound and followed through the channel at the normal cauterization temp ( about 400 C) it just wouldn't happen.NAH, the human body us not a "high pressure system" unless a Major artery was hit the farther away from the heart the slower the bleed.
frame (plastic that houses the pieces) is the same.. Ask a tech when you go to armorers school for them.Frame is not the same. Slide is difference.