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Fully Auto Glock Pistol Action

A German company sells a drop in full-auto selector switch that replaces the back plate on your slide. It costs $280. (Be advised from the get-go that in all US states full auto Glock is, of course, illegal as all get-out! Unless you get the special permit to own this from ATF you are looking at hard time plus losing your right to own firearms FOR LIFE.). Guy #1 just holds the trigger back, does a mag dump and winds up shooting at invisible birds and also scaring the crap out of himself. Guy #2, at a very lenient indoor range, is smart enough to only shoot short bursts and has control of the gun.

Guns, Pistols
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  1. LogicMine
    LogicMine Jun 13, 2013

    JUNK! Can't aim and wasting good lead that could be doing useful damage. Why would anyone even want a pistol that goes out of control? Makes about as much sense as a screen door on a submarine.

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