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Old 08-19-2013, 02:38 AM   #1
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Do they sell a 1911 designed by glock?
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Old 08-19-2013, 03:41 AM   #2
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The 1911 was designed by John Moses Browning.
It would be too late for Gaston.
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No. There are pictures on the Internet like this one but they are fake.


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Sorry. G doesn't believe in functional safeties, and the 1911 has 2.

That would be why they don't call it "1911 leg".
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As stated, the pictures are fake... Although if they made one like this I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
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If GLOCK had a sense of humor, they would really capitalize on a G1911.
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If GLOCK had a sense of humor, they would really capitalize on a G1911.
You can tell they have none by looking at what they make
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Oh I would own one as well I think it would be cool as hell I'm on the hunt for a glock 380
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You won't find a Glock 25 for civilian use. They can only be sold to actual law enforcement agencies and cannot be transfered to non-LEO. There's no point in a Glock .380.
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You won't find a Glock 25 for civilian use. They can only be sold to actual law enforcement agencies and cannot be transfered to non-LEO. There's no point in a Glock .380.
What's the deal with glock .380s only being law enforcement? I never understood that. Kind of stupid imho, but then again I have no use for a .380 anyways. A lot of u.s. citizens would probably purchase one if they were legal here tho. Glock missing out on that little bit of extra $$$
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