adapter

This is interesting:

You’re going to need a 9mm or .40 compatible upper assembly obviously for this to work, but this is pretty cool.

0:21 – hahah I lost it when he did the cutting with a karambit.  I don’t know why, but I always associate those knives with guys who wear fedoras and have transition lenses in their glasses.  I know some guys aren’t going to like the idea of cutting their Glock mags, but worst case scenario you can dedicate a couple mags to just this setup.

Coming summer 2017  – $75 MSRP according to the website.  Thoughts?

COMMENT

THIS IS NOT A STOCK, it’s a brace guys:

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°).  They have ATF approval.  You can read more about it on the TailHook website.  This is not available for purchase yet, but according to the text on that website the MOD1 will be just over $100, and the MOD2 is estimated to be under $200.  Oh and check this out.. looking one hunnid with the $35 ENDO Tactical AR-15 stock adapter for the Glock:

Wooooooooo flames.  Thoughts?

COMMENT

After way too long, it’s back in stock again:

ENDO-Stock-Adapter-Glock-Edition

Head over to ENDO Tactical to pick one up.

  • Yes if you add a stock to it and connect it up to your Glock, it will change its classification to an SBR.  You’ll need an approved ATF form 1 before you do that to be legal.
  • Yes the Sig SB15 arm brace will work with the adapter, however I have no idea what that means legally at the current moment.  Do you still need an approved form 1?  I’ll let everyone know as soon as I see something official.

Thanks so much for your patience! I’ll be sending the email out to everyone who is on the notification list soon, in addition to contacting everyone who emailed me about but may not be on the list.

It’s that time of year again…

For the bi-annual Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot in West Point, KY. Held this year on the 9th, 10th, and 11th of April.

For those of you that are unfamiliar with the Machine gun shoot, it is legendary for so many reasons. One being the “Night Shoot”:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31vm3-BQRJU[/youtube]

A search for “knob creek” on youtube will yield hundreds of other epic videos.

My Glock Stock Adapter will be represented there this year, and be in action at position #20 on dual G18 Glocks in the center of the main firing line.

Unfortunately I won’t personally be there. But, I will be posting videos and pictures sometime after the weekend.

Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot Website – HERE

I think it’s safe to say that the $10 admission would be money well spent.

5 COMMENTS

This aptly named adapter known as the “beehive” or “hornet’s nest” allows you to load up to 10 .22LR cartridges, and (inserting one large pistol primer) fire them all through the little rifled steel barrels with one pull of the trigger on your 40mm grenade launcher.  40mm grenade launchers are considered destructive devices, and require a $200 tax stamp.

40mm chalk rounds and smoke rounds are readily available, but it’s the destructive ammo for them is hard to find, and VERY expensive.  AutoWeapons.com is selling M576 40mm buckshot rounds for $125 each and on top of that each destructive round also requires a paid tax stamp.  This beehive / hornet’s nest contraption seems like it would be great for practice, not to mention cheaper to run considering a box of 500 .22LR is around $20.

The major downside is that the adapter is $595 ( HERE on AutoWeapons.com ) but if your a 40mm fan, what you spend on this adapter you’ll make up for in ammo savings in a very short time.

I’d like to see one of these made for 37mm launchers, because they are not considered destructive devices!

beehive

beehive-2

beehive-3

M4 with M203 ( 40mm grenade launcher ):
M4andM203

69 COMMENTS