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Old 09-24-2009, 06:25 PM   #1
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Default Why would anyone do this? / or How to make G21 rust

Ive seen torture test before but this guy actually threw his G21 out of a plane
Glock 21 Torture Test - Theprepared.com

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Great News. The perfect weapon for the mass populace who have no idea of guy maintenence and want a reliable handgun.

I am impressed that he went THAT far to prove the gun would run dirty and beat up, but was that really necessary??

Does the average person need a pistol that was dragged behind a vehicle?

I just wonder the need for some of his test.

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Great News. The perfect weapon for the mass populace who have no idea of guy maintenence and want a reliable handgun.

I am impressed that he went THAT far to prove the gun would run dirty and beat up, but was that really necessary??

Does the average person need a pistol that was dragged behind a vehicle?

I just wonder the need for some of his test.
Agreed, I love my glock but come on, do you really need to know if it will work after throwing it out of an airplane?
I still think proper maintainence is a must.
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Other than the sand and fine particle tests, which I agree the Glock does a very good job of handling, I think a lot of pistols could pass some of those tests.

The thing is, you aren't going to find too many people throwing their $1000 H&K or their $800 Sig around the ground, running them over with a car and throwing them out of an airplane.

I can assure you I will never be dragging my beloved 'hawks behind my vehicle to prove any points.

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What if... You need a Glock in an emergency and your buddy is up in a plane?

I agree, no one needs a gun that can work after being dragged behind a truck, but it is perfect to show how awesome the Glock is.

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