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***Star Wars*** Glock 20

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Kitt, Feb 8, 2009.

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  1. Kind of Blued

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    Looks like a really heavy single-shot to me. :neener:

    Honestly, does it eject?
     
  2. 2RCO

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    Yeah how does it eject? I think the High Cap mag is pretty pointless when you effectively have a single shot you have to strip down to reload.
     
  3. Dirtpile

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    It'll eject behind the scope mount just fine. Don't believe it, go look at some pictures of scoped race guns. You'll find that many, if not most, also have the ejection port covered while the slide is in battery.
     
  4. ljnowell

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    So how many of the people here knocking it dont understand how it ejects?
     
  5. wyocarp

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    Maybe.

    HPIM0029.jpg
     
  6. burningsquirrels

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    i think everyone missed that he threw it on there for fun, and that the ejection port is covered by the rail mount. as the slide moves backwards, the ejection port exposes itself from behind the mount.

    [​IMG]
     
  7. Girodin

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    LOL at how does it eject are those asking that question really that unfamilar with glocks specifically and auto pistols generally. The metal part you can see when the gun is in battery is not the where shells eject now is it? LOL at people so quick to critique what they cannot even understand.
     
  8. NG VI

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    Don't understand the tactical ninja comments towards him. I love seeing pictures of what people have done to their guns, and that one looks like a great woods gun to me.
     
  9. whited

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    Good luck hunting with that thing. Not my cup of tea, but as someone else
    said earlier "dang, deer hunting with a Glock, etc..." it could be interesting.
     
  10. mokin

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    Nice....

    Who needs it to eject? One shot, one kill, right?

    Seriously, any more information on the loads you plan to use. I've been playing around a lot with Hornady 180 and 200 grain XTP's for my Glock 29. It seems the barrel is shorter than most of the published data out there. Not that I plan to hunt with my Glock, just get the most bang for the buck.
     
  11. wyocarp

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    Yep. Well, except that there might be more than one bad guy/rabbit/gopher, and it sometimes hard to get them to line up for the one shot thing.
     
  12. 23Glock

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    Man, I can't even imagine what a 10mm round would do to a rabbit/gopher... the carnage...yikes... :eek::eek:
     
  13. Kitt

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    I really like the 10mm...I have a Dan Wesson C-Bob, Glock 29 and a Para Ordnance P-16 Limited reamed out to 10mm. I took the Star Wars Glock 20 out and shot it today and as you now know when it ejects the brass the ejection port is to the rear of the scope mount. This model scope mount only fits the third generation Glocks with the front rail but the scope mount itself has a rail built on it so I stuck the M6 on it just to see what it looked like. Life is good... IM000537.jpg
     
  14. Ric

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    I think that if you enjoy it then shoot the h**l out of it. It looks like it would be fun (better be reloading 10mm)
     
  15. viperstarbuck

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    That gun looks seriously un-serious. Looks fun though. Enjoy
     
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