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Sorry...Yet Another Full Auto Glock Vid

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by GlockU, May 4, 2007.

  1. GlockU

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  2. troy96

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    It is better to use a foregrip. Don't know how I know that.:whistling:
    But I figure if Gaston names his round GAP, may as well try it in "A".
     

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    Aaaah good ole Dangerous Bob. Boy he gets around. :animlol:
     
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    XMM Not a Daddy!

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    Cool! :hugs: That is one fast shootin' gun.
     
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    Zapfenstreich oh, come on!

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    I don't mean to be a sour-puss, but those mag changes seem kinda slow and clumsy.

    I only say that because he seems to be trying pretty hard to waste as much ammo in the shortest time possible as he can. Maybe it's time to do a few more dry runs on those mag changes.
     
  7. SCmasterblaster

    SCmasterblaster G17 carrier since 1989 Millennium Member

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    After heating up that chamber with 200+ rounds, he turns around with a loaded gun and sweeps the camera and everyone behind him. If that round in the chamber cooks off, someone could get killed. Goodbye shooting event. :sad:
     
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    While one should alway's practice proper gun safety, the slide doesn't lock back on that modified mag he was using, if you look closely, the trigger has been pulled indicating empty chamber.
     
  10. SCmasterblaster

    SCmasterblaster G17 carrier since 1989 Millennium Member

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    Sorry to disagree, sir, but the trigger being back indicates that the striker has been released, NOT that the chamber is empty.

    There could be a misfired cartridge in that red-hot chamber approaching the cook-off point.

    The time-honored safety rule is:

    Magazine out and action open.
     
  11. Gabe300WSM

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    Can anyone tell me why is he pulling the slide back before pressing the slide release?
     
  12. Stanze

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    GLOCK pistols technically don't have a slide release, it's a slide lock lever.
     
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    Ok Azrael, then why doesn't he push the virtual slide lock lever? No common sense up there to figure out what I meant? Perkele
     
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    Do the twin (Beta) snail drum magazines have a bolt hold open capability?
     
  15. Walter45Auto

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    Sometimes auto pistols feed the first round more reliably if you slingshot the slide from the locked open position than if you release the slide stop.


    :freak:






    :reindeer: :50cal:
     
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    :thumbsup:
     
  17. Stanze

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    Wow, just trying to be helpful. Ever read a GLOCK manual? It say's right there it's a slide lock lever and it's recommended to slingshot the slide for reliabilty. Switch to decaf, I didn't deserve that. I've been nothing but respectful here in Glocktalk.
     
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    Sorry, I did not major in Glock. If I call it rocket launcher decocking valve, than that's what it is for me. I know you knew what my question was, you just figured you'll give me a lesson. So,ever read my question?
    I don't know, how you find respectful the way you answered the question, however, I didn't mean to hurt your feelings. BTW, I drink cappucino!
     
  19. Stanze

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    Hmmm....let's see, I stick to the facts and correct terms as stated in the GLOCK instruction manual and you use whatever suits you. Fine, but you're going to encounter more people that will try to give you the proper answers to your incorrectly(to everyone, but you) stated questions.

    Hurt feelings? Good one, look who got bent out of shape at my reply.

    Please call it a rocket launcher decocking valve, it'll give me a heads up to stay away from people like you at the range, who knows what else you choose to be ignorant about when handling firearms.