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Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by DickTheNickhead, Apr 25, 2013.
It is very much a hoax. It is over a year old. Glock has no interest in 1911's
Let's just say it would be
very unlike Glock to have two
dependable, time-tested safeties
on one pistol ...
Maybe if it weren't a hoax I would finally consider buying a Glock.
^^^^ Same here.
I think it's uber cool, but yes, a definite fake. Think I saw a post about this 2 years ago when I first started getting into handguns.
Yes it's a fake. Glock is not smart enough to make a 1911.
Cheaper Than Dirt put out an article last April saying that Glock was gonna release a 1911 this year. Not sure if they will tho...
Looks like they found a way to make a 1911 ugly.
I think it's gorgeous! Can't help it, my two favorite gun platforms in one. Now if only they had that grip angle of standard glocks I love so much. Really dog the square slide on a 1911 frame with a hammer. This truly is my perfect gun! I need to save up and have one made somehow!
Ur killin me man..... ;|
Worst pay is I'm being 100% genuine. The only reason I don't like my Glock is the lack of safety and double stack mags. Because of these the 1911 is my number one, but Glock still follows closely. I would kill to have one of these functioning!
But I've always liked the unlikeable. It's my thing I guess. Abnormality attracts me, perhaps visa versa as well.
NO HOAX....This was a response to DD-6661911-4-1-2012,for revised SOC 45 caliber personal sidearm/GLOCK.
A)Revised grip angle to provide repeatable point of aim.
b)Improved grip diameter to make firearm usable/comfortable for more than 50% of users without alteration or modification in field.
c)Improved safety systems to prevent excess negligent discharges from existing safe trigger style system.
After extensive testing the DOD rejected the gun because:
1)The slide made the firearm top heavy,clumsy and increased the recoil impulse.
2)The firearm consistently under performed when measured against a rusty Vietnam era 1911a1 retrieved from a mud hut in Kabul.
3)Testers conditioned to the traditional Glock platform complained that the safety controls made
it too difficult to operate the firearm while chewing gum or without using a check list.
4)The manufacturer could not meet the requested bid because:
A)Retooling to make a firearm without recycled Tupperware and cheap stamped steel parts would be cost prohibitive.
b)The government of Austria would not issue export licenses due to invasion threats by American terror groups.(ref:glockstalker.com,glkfnboyzrus,glockophile.org,(etc)
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Was it April 1st?
Would that article have been posted on April 1st.?
The true test as to the authenticity of the pistol would be if it attracted a magnet, then it couldn't be a Glock. If it is microwave safe, it probably is a Glock.
All the information is contained in the request number.
I know it's true because it's on the internet.(@YobamaTruther.commie)No BS...really.
"a mud hut in Kabul"---LMAO!
Last April first?
Yea probably lol.