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Old 12-24-2009, 02:50 PM   #1
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Default Glock Gen 4 pics are out...

I heard about these a while back but the pics just got released (maybe leaked).

Interchangeable backstrap like many others out there. Maybe in the future I can find a 21 that fits right in my hand.
Glock Gen 4 pics are out... - Glock Forum
Glock Gen 4 pics are out... - Glock Forum
More about it here...
http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2009/12/25/glock-gen4-unveiled/

Edit: Sorry new guy. I should have put this in the Glock section. Mods if you want please mover there.



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Old 12-27-2009, 06:36 PM   #2
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Its basically an "RTF" frame with interchangable palm swells. Internals the same?


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Its basically an "RTF" frame with interchangable palm swells. Internals the same?
I heard rumor that you will no longer need to pull the trigger to take the gun down. I also heard the trigger is cleaner.
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Don't have to pull the trigger to take down....that's awesome! No more bullets in my bedroom floor.
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Don't have to pull the trigger to take down....that's awesome! No more bullets in my bedroom floor.
OK, HOLD IT RIGHT THERE KEE-MO-SAB-EE, no one makes a statement like that without a complete after action report... come on fess up all the little gory details.
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OK, HOLD IT RIGHT THERE KEE-MO-SAB-EE, no one makes a statement like that without a complete after action report... come on fess up all the little gory details.
Considering, I think you might be a customs agent(according to your posts) and i live in Canada, where having an accidental discharge in your house is a Criminal Code offence(comparable with a felony down there). I sadly decline from incriminating myself on the internet. Not that i do any more cross border shopping for gunstuff.( ever since the export ban on gun stuff for Canadians) The only accidental discharge i could tell you about was a 60mm motar and a hand grenade not making it over a wall. Army stuff is all good to talk about. I was joking anyways, sorry there TEX.
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The only accidental discharge i could tell you about was a 60mm motar and a hand grenade not making it over a wall. Army stuff is all good to talk about. I was joking anyways, sorry there TEX.
Now THAT sounds like a story! Seriously, with all the stuff that can happen while serving in the military, it's a wonder a lot of us are here today!


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