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So, who is going to buy the new Glock 22R (revolver)?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Mushinto, Apr 2, 2012.

  1. Mushinto

    Mushinto Master Member

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    Duplicate thread.

    I Jomboged myself.
     
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    Time zones are a *****, especially today.
     

  3. okie

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    FLIPPER 348 Bigfoot enthusiast enthusiast

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    I'd own that Glock!

    ........actually I'm thinking about building one that looks like it just for fun. The grips mould and slide engraving would be easy!
     
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  5. Obi Wan

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    If this comes to pass, do you think a true "Glock 1911" will operate any more reliably than the standard 1911's do... or don't, as the case may be?

    Serious question...
     
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    FLIPPER 348 Bigfoot enthusiast enthusiast

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    serious answer: as long as a 1911 is made to GI specs and run on 230g ball ammo it will work as reliably as any Glock.
     
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    A real 1911, built as J.B. intended, and shooting the only ammo available for the majority of it's lifespan, (ball), did not jam. My Remington Rand, 1943 will not jam. Ever. A 1911 built to military specs, with all machined parts, (the only way they could be built in the beginning), will not break. On the other hand, they were not very accurate compared to modern cnc made pistols, but that was ok back then. :)
     
  8. Obi Wan

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    Gotcha.

    I'll hold all of my other 1911 questions for when I get serious about getting one. Haven't got the time or money to mess with them right now.

    Thanks. :cool: