The iron Glock

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by ATCclears, Jul 12, 2013.

  1. ATCclears

    ATCclears
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  2. BsB

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  3. duginsky

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    And I thought my G-3 19 was fugly... only a few grand in parts and tools to get up to speed! I like the gent in MT that gets the AR lower all but drilled for sale and requires no FFL in transactions. Some very minor drilling/machining, and it's off to the races...this one...I'd pass...too many material inconsistencies and the amateur factor.
     
  4. ZA_Survivalist

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    Absolutely incredible.
     
  5. glockman99

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    Whatever...I'll stick with my plastic Glock pistol...Factory made.
     
  6. hariph creek

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    Dang it! I was all ready for some kind of Iron Chef/Glock hybrid cooking show. You know..."you have to prepare a turkey dinner with all the sundry side dishes. Your only tool/appliance will be a Glock 19 with 3 loaded mags." Bummer!
     
  7. ZA_Survivalist

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    It could be applied in that manner, one could simply turn around with the said glock in hand and just rob the chef next to him preparing the turkey dinner with genuine cooking materials. Win win?
     
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