Wrong Caliber - Glock .223

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    Wrong Caliber - Glock .223

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    Interesting vid. Glad someone else is doing it so I don't have too


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    huh. i wouldn't midn seeing more info on cycling .380's thru 9mm, even if a lighter recoil spring yada-yada.

    .223 thru a glock, wow... why...huh. braver man than i

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    Yet again another use for duct tape
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    Nice

    This is also a goody what happen when you fired a non smokless round in a glock
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    Francis, we need a bigger rope! When I used to race motorcycles across the desert we took bailing wire and duct tape. We could fix about anything but I think I'd get a new glock after that shot.
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    Just because something CAN be done doesn't mean that it MUST be done.

    With the exception of firing the .223 round through the pistol , it's all been done before. Other than rendering one's spent brass un-reloadable, there seems to be nothing to be gained from the practice.
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    what's the big deal? I've chambered and fired small rodents through my Glocks with nary a hiccup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WrongRecroom View Post
    Nice

    This is also a goody what happen when you fired a non smokless round in a glock
    That was interesting. I was surprised that it functioned at all, the pressures, even with FFFF GOEX, had to still be awfully low.
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