Lower receivers CNC machined from certified 7075 aluminum forgings and anodized per Mil-A-8625. Lower receivers are marked with “multi-use” for use of different calibers.
I had never heard of SI Defense until now. I’m sure after this deal they will be a lot more well known, especially if the lowers are quality.
$500 for a custom logo though? LOL that seems a touch excessive!
$10 extra for clear anodizing, or $40 for colors is definitely reasonable though.
Too bad I already have more lowers than uppers I’m sure they will have enough orders to keep them busy, without one from me.
SI Defense Webpage – HERE
Hat Tip: SayUncle
I could do something like that in photoshop in about 5 minutes.
If it does turn out to be an authentic picture, I’d have to say its the most disappointing looking “new” gun I’ve seen in a while
UPDATE: DannyR a 30k post count GlockTalk user was the one that posted the picture. He says it is a direct scan of a calendar he got in the mail from Glock. I am now leaning towards this picture being authentic unless Glock is playing a trick on us.
Link to GlockTalk thread – HERE
For those that are not familiar with the Jeff Cooper “Handgun conditions of readiness”
The 5 conditions are:
- Condition 0 – A round is in the chamber, the hammer is cocked, and the safety is off.
- Condition 1 – Also called “cocked and locked”, this means that a round is in the chamber, the hammer is cocked, and the manual thumb safety is on.
- Condition 2 – A round is in the chamber, the hammer is uncocked.
- Condition 3 – There is no round in the chamber, the hammer is uncocked but a fully loaded magazine is inserted in the mag well.
- Condition 4 – The chamber is empty, the hammer is uncocked and there is no magazine inserted in the mag well