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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by bobbyjay256, Aug 18, 2013.
Do they sell a 1911 designed by glock?
The 1911 was designed by John Moses Browning.
It would be too late for Gaston.
No. There are pictures on the Internet like this one but they are fake.
Sorry. G doesn't believe in functional safeties, and the 1911 has 2.
That would be why they don't call it "1911 leg".
As stated, the pictures are fake... Although if they made one like this I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
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
Oh I would own one as well I think it would be cool as hell I'm on the hunt for a glock 380
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 $$$
It's a Federal Law it doesn't meet the point threshold it import for civilian sales. Glock would sell them if they could.
Very disappointing HossMan.
I'm pretty sure I read that the glock .380's were designed for country's that have caliber size restrictions.
I would say a glock 1911 would eather get everybody under one roof or piss everybody off. By the looks of some of your comments, it may be closer to getting everybody together, well, except the wheel guys.
i agree they make a quality well built pistol that is affordable and easy to use,that is no joke.
I think it would piss off a lot of the true 1911 fans.
I'm not sure how accurate this video is, but i think I've heard this from another source before. You guys interested in a Glock .380 should check this out.
No, I don't think so. It would get rated just like all of the other manufactures. Some make it near the top. Some make it near the bottom.
If Glock did build one, I don't think they would leave the design alone.
I'm pretty sure that they would try to move the grip safety to the trigger for a "Safe Trigger Action" remove the manual safety, redesign the take down, and make the frame out of polymer.
Why would anyone want a Glock in .380 when the 9mm is already available? The 9mm round is a far better round of ammunition than the .380.
Besides, if you want a polymer frame 1911, buy a Rock River Arms 1911.
A striker fired 1911, we might be on to something here. Lol jk!