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G29 10 round magazine meets the flamez:

There’s beauty in the melting.  With a pure white background and some ominous music, it would be right at home in a Warhol exhibit.

This guy has the same PHd in science as Mattv2099.  I wonder if they studied under the same Trollfessor?

Glock-Diamond-Bedazzled-Pendant-JewelryI was entertained more by this 9 minute video than the whole recent season of True Detective.

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Gat tip: Bryce

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Glock threw these G19 pics up on their Facebook page:

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Source – Glock Facebook

SWEET, that case really came through.  Maybe it’s melting temperature is just really low though? I don’t know.  Now you know you’ll be able to operate in house fire operations with it.

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Demolition Ranch with some of his classic redneck science:

Demolition-Ranch-ENDO-HatAck a G19 even… what a waste of the best gun ever made!  He should have just filled the microwave with Hi-Points instead for more lulz.  Oh well at least he can use the slide of the G19 still after swapping out some of the melted components.

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The gun store guys completely melt unarguably one of the ugliest guns ever made:

hahah someone on youtube suggested that they make bullets out of the melted hi-point, then shoot the bullets out of another highpoint.

Just to troll they should have pretended the hi-point wouldn’t melt, and made a serious video about it.

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Full auto shenanigans:

Want to see the hanguards on a M4 melt and start on fire?

Want to see the barrel on a M4 droop and then explode?

Those guys are having way too much fun at work

The M-4 carbine, one of the primary rifles used by the United States military, appears destined for a change. After concerns surfaced about rifles overheating in a sustained firefight in 2008 in Afghanistan, the manufacturer and the United States Army are close to agreeing on a modification to the weapon’s barrel that makes the carbine more resistant to the stresses of extended firing.

Full Article at the New York Times website – HERE

This is a continuation of my blog post on New York Times on the Making of the Military’s Standard Arms

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