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glocked
10-17-2016, 04:50 PM
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DeltaCadet84
10-17-2016, 05:17 PM
Throw an adapter, arm brace, and RMR on it and it would be nice. Though full auto usually is a pretty niche trait, it can have its uses in some areas.

Curious question, how does RMR milling change for the fire-selector capable Glock?

Gabriel Suarez
10-17-2016, 07:09 PM
No idea...we never had an 18 in the shop.

Benjamin Liu
10-17-2016, 07:51 PM
The Glocks I saw with selector switches last year in the Philippines had aftermarket selectors installed on normal Glocks. One was a 17 and the other a 26. These were installed on the back of the slide, replacing the slide cover plate. The guy with the 17 also had an Israeli stock for it. He thought I was joking when I told him the stock would require a $200.00 fee and the selector was illegal in the US.

glocked
10-17-2016, 09:01 PM
Throw an adapter, arm brace, and RMR on it and it would be nice. Though full auto usually is a pretty niche trait, it can have its uses in some areas.

Curious question, how does RMR milling change for the fire-selector capable Glock?

There's actually already a fair bit of slide missing forward of the rear sight...
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coastalcop
10-17-2016, 09:16 PM
Niche weapon, we had one for a time ( testing for the shield man ;). Wouldn't employ one on a real operation. At the range ? Sure !

barnetmill
10-17-2016, 09:40 PM
If it had a three round burst options it might be more useful. Unconfirmed stories have given highmarks to machine pistols at bad breath ranges for taking out multiple opponents. These are stories. They were at one time quite popular in china with both the spanish and the germans selling FA pistols with shoulder stocks. If I could legally have that selector switch I would sure want to try it out on my G19.

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By 1931 both Beistegui and Mauser had detachable-magazine select-fire guns on the market, so Unceta obviously had to come out with the Model 903, the first detachable-magazine Astra in the 900 Series. It was available with 10 and 20 shot magazines. The undated brochure quoted above claimed that the 903 was supplied with one 10 round and one 20 round magazine, the shoulder stock,... http://askmisterscience.com/1896mauserbackup/unceta.htm


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EDELWEISS
10-18-2016, 08:09 AM
Well first the G18 isnt a PDW; its a Machine Pistole--at least by definition. I suppose you could "say" its a personal defense weapon, (small letters), by virtue of the fact that its a weapon and you use it personally to defend yourself. Second and more importantly, Gaston never designed it as a PDW. If memory serves me, the G18 was designed at the request of some SpecOps group and was specifically designed without a stock at their request.

Dont get me wrong, Id love a G18; but I can live just fine without one.

emtdaddy1980
10-18-2016, 11:00 AM
If it had a three round burst options it might be more useful. Unconfirmed stories have given highmarks to machine pistols at bad breath ranges for taking out multiple opponents. These are stories. They were at one time quite popular in china with both the spanish and the germans selling FA pistols with shoulder stocks. If I could legally have that selector switch I would sure want to try it out on my G19.

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Didn't Han Solo carry one of those?

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barnetmill
10-18-2016, 11:17 AM
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If it had a three round burst options it might be more useful. Unconfirmed stories have given highmarks to machine pistols at bad breath ranges for taking out multiple opponents. These are stories. They were at one time quite popular in china with both the spanish and the germans selling FA pistols with shoulder stocks. If I could legally have that selector switch I would sure want to try it out on my G19.

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http://askmisterscience.com/1896mauserbackup/903right-a.jpg



Didn't Han Solo carry one of those?

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Didn't Han Solo carry one of those?

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What kind of Blaster does Han Solo use?

The most important component in building Han Solo's blaster is the pistol used for its base, and it's well known that the body for the DL-44 was a German semi-automatic pistol, the Mauser C96

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