Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Flintshooter, Aug 14, 2019.
Yikes! Close the thread now: THAT'S THE WINNER!!!!!
Jeebus, that’s about as stupid as it gets! In no way, shape or form does that look like a good idea.
Problem solved by shooting a flintlock. Then it’s only the guy next to you who suffers.
Looks like something owned by someone with a nickname like Shotfoot.
Please see thread titled Negligent Discharges. Looks like the poster child for such a thing.
Bubba Jr’s favorite Grand Bubba musta wrote that one... I wonder how many otherwise good shotgun barrels ended up with creases from the edge of the vise jaws after that one came out?
Until I saw that train wreck of a Glock this is what I thought of when I heard “thigh blaster”:
Stay safe... and stay far away from that modification!
Gunsmiths have been doing such stuff for years. Hell, factories do it too. All it takes in the proper equipment.
I was established in 1972 so I get what your talking abot however the revolvers you mentioned and then bending the barrel especially for accuracy definitely made my eye brows raise up lol
My brother is one person who loves the quad rail. He has nothing on it.
I personally hate it and everything besides a small light and a sighting system.
The original way of getting people to buy new guns.
There's one more thing that I think needs to be added to the Glock, Just finished doing this thing to two of my Glock's. Replace the factory slide lock-the one that's used to remove the slide. It was hard for me to reach to push the factory latch down. No problem with the replacement. Two of my guns have the factory night sights.
In high school, my buddy made his Marlin Goose gun fire when he closed the bolt.
That describes ceracote jobs to me. Pay $100 to turn a $500 gun into a $300 gun that you ask $600 for.
The $1600 Glocks on Armslist just make me laugh. The only factory part is the frame, and they’ve mangled it until it’s barely functional. It’s all I can do not to contact the sellers and ask if they are high on crack.
What could possibly go wrong?
It's hard for me to imagine that anyone thought that was a good idea, let alone actually took it to market.
Kinda like bump stocks. What could go wrong? Yes sore subject, but it does apply.
Terry, I'd add a third thing. A slightly wider slide release. Too many Glocks I've had come through the store requre me to slightly roll the pistol to get good pressure on the OEM slide release. I have an issue with any pistol that I can't drop it into battery from a shooting grip. I know, the solution is to count your shot and pop a fresh mag in with one still in the chamber, but during a serious incident, that's not always possible.
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