5 thoughts on “Glock Thrown Out With the Trash”

  1. If I had to guess, I would say that a Glock placed in a landfill will remain functional much longer than it would take for that one guy who lost his to search through the entire landfill.

  2. Depends on what it ends up next to, I suppose. As long as it doesn’t end up next to batteries+water, or something else likely to attack the plastic, or more importantly the brass, should be just fine.

    (I suppose a round in the chamber might get some interesting electrochemistry with the barrel?)

  3. LOL that’s priceless. That’s the real reason Canada has firearms storage laws. With the prices up here an accidental loss could ruin a guy. At-least it was a Glock, some other brands I’d be worried about it going off in the landfill.

  4. @ HowToGetAGun, the reason Canada has firearm storage laws is so they can charge law-abiding gun owners with paper crimes if they defend themselves against criminals.

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