New Gun Introduced in Indiana The Glock service revolver. Glad to see them entering this vital market. Related posts (automatically generated): Common Pistols Stunning Admission Goals: We Need Them
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I thought high capacity moon clips were banned?!?
Wait, wasn’t just this week we had a big discussion on teh internetz about how Glock was boring and placid and never did anything innovative, and now today we find out they’ve introduced a revolver!
Wow, now THAT’S a responsive company!
If it were an H&K the confusion could at least be understandable as they think the world revolves around them.
I bet there are legacy regs in many places that still refer to “service revolver” when the organization has converted over to self-loaders. Still good for a laugh when I saw it.
At first I thought, â€œDamn, Tueller didnâ€™t cover that at the Armorersâ€™ class at the SHOT show.â€ Then I caught myself.
Wow! A revolver with a slide and a magazine! And it removes the shells after you’re done with them! That’s the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen!
Next thing you know, S&W will make a semi-automatic with a “spindle” that you could load up with shells, and it will rotate, even if one of the rounds doesn’t fire, and it will keep all the rounds in the gun until you want to remove them. I can’t wait!
Actually, there’s a pop-cap pistol I find amusing: it’s shaped like a semi-automatic, but you pop it open to put in eight pop-caps–the action is essentially a revolver!
Somehow I don’t think that this Glock was designed that way, though.
Except for the retention of empties, isn’t that the basic idea behind a 10/22 rotary magazine?
I was alot more curious when it was new jersey ;)
Dude, it’s Morgan County, Indiana, the most armed place on the face of the earth, outside of Yeman or Warizistan.
Requiring guns at a day care facility is like a county health regulation.
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