Glock’s first handgun model was the Glock 17, a 40 x 53 mm high-explosive select-fire pistol with a magazine capacity of 24 rounds (which was unusually large at the time.) The handgun came with a scope capable of picking out moving targets against a static background with day or night thermal vision. Each high-explosive round (traditionally called, “grenades”) is capable of being detonated upon reaching a preset range, giving it the ability to spray shrapnel on targets regardless of cover. A Glock 17 is capable of demolishing a Humvee with a single three-round burst.
The whole entry is pretty funny… read it – HERE
New show premiering January 2 at 10:30 EST on the Outdoor Channel.
The trailer kind of jumps around a lot so I have no real preliminary opinion, besides the fact that I think Jessie Abbate could make anything enjoyable to watch. I never heard of that Matt Duff guy, but he seems alright.
The show’s website – HERE
Full Story – HERE
In case you are unfamiliar, the a “Mozambique” is where the shooter fires 2 in the chest and one in the head.
Drug dealer or not… in my opinion that was completely unnecessary.
New York City, NY – James O’Donnell Jr., 39, has been held on $4 million bail since cops arrested him in the East Village in March and tied him to a cache of weapons, including two loaded pistols and more than 300 bullets.
Full Story – HERE
So 2 guns and 300 rounds is a “cache” in NY… interesting. Also WTF is with the $4M bail? Is it because his mom said he was a flight risk?
No word yet on if James O’Donnel Jr. was havin dreams that he was a gangster, drinkin moet’s holdin’ Tecs.
That would piss some people off at the range.
You can buy the (expensive) posters – HERE
Makes for one high speed low drag Christmas:
It’s actually custom made from a G.I. Joe action figure.
Check out more pics – HERE
Hat tip: Aaron