Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Accord, Mar 21, 2006.
They're taking perfection to the next level
I think I'll pass on that.
doesn't that defeat the whole purpose of being able to get through metal detectors well...
...or any Glock, for that matter. I think if I don't get a 1911 next, next purchase'll be a P99.
My G17 and 21 are no more tommorow morning I still haven't found or I guess I should say caught any 9mm P99's for sale in time, everytime I see a good deal and try to snatch it someone beat me to it. Might just buy a brand new one, Walther's site shows a new tan model I'de like to see one of those up close.
Glock's won't get through metal detectors, even though the frame and whatnot is plastic there are several internal parts that are metal.
learn something new every day.
the barrel is obviously not plastic...
ah jesus shut the fuck up i was kidding.
I dont think any of them have seen die hard 2.. In fact I wish I hadn't either
maybe airsoft would though
springs, batteries, pneumatic internals with metal parts.
Are you sure?
are you serious>? I'm not a glock fan but
they made the glock even uglier
I've got a .40 P99 and I love it, shoots great, fits my hand perfectly, so why not go for the 9mm too? Other then holding one extra round what other advantage does the Glock17 hold over the Walther? Both have been absolutely 100% reliable for me, And the Walther feels much better in my hand.
Well at least they look good.
I fired one out of a stand and had terrible accuracy @ 25 feet. It was creating a 7" grouping which isnt terrible, but in my mind isnt good enough. It could be the ammo, I wont deny the possibility.
Didn't someone have pics of alloy frames for Glocks from the SHOT show?
With good ammo can do better then that, probably was the ammo, I usually get a couple shots that are way off if I'm using Wolf or other cheap plinking ammo.
Don't worry. It went right over your head without coming close to making contact.
Back on topic, what's the point? Other than the added weight, which kinda goes against the whole idea of the Glock in the first place (light and reliable). If you want a heavy gun get a Sig or 1911.