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Ridiculous things on your picatinny rail

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by GLOOB, Nov 22, 2007.

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  1. GLOOB

    GLOOB Member

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    I just made this yesterday, but I couldn't find that darn thread. So here's my contribution, on a 21SF:

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    I think this could actually be functional, if it were made of aluminum. Whaddya guys think? People talk about throwing their glocks around, willy-nilly. The only thing I worry about is scratching the muzzle. Could this be an answer.. looking for a question :)? It also prevents the slide from being pushed back if you were to press it against something before firing.
     
  2. ASM826

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    Here's another

    And this one has it's own rail so that you can add another:rolleyes:
     

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  3. kungfuhippie

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    No way, a Glock needs plastic accessories just like a Barbie does!
     
  4. GLOOB

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    Hehe. Yeah, that's some serious muzzle protection on that CZ. And if the slide managed to get pushed out of battery, I think it would already be moot. :)

    Comparing a Glock to a Barbie, because it it made out of plastic? I can see it, now; new, for the Christmas season: the Manbie doll - milled from a solid block of AU6 with a parkerized finish. Comes with oil can accessory to prevent rust, of course, as well as a detachable handle for lugging it around. Simply send it in for an additional $500.00 in custom tuning, clean it after every use, and keep it dripping in oil, and it is guaranteed to work almost as well as a real Barbie. Ok, the Manbie is less reliable, more expensive, and higher maintenance - but gosh durnit, it's prettier, has a slimmer figure, and it comes with more bells and whistles. Hey, maybe the names should be switched? :)
     
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  5. MICHAEL T

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    How about a HO train after all its a rail . Dumb to hang crap on a pistol screws the balance and makes had to use the holster.
    KISS still works best
     
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    Anything and everything.

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