I thought this is pretty cool... Glock

I thought this is pretty cool... Glock

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    I thought this is pretty cool... Glock

    [IMG]<object width="464" height="392"><param name="movie" value="http://embed.break.com/609024"></param><param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://embed.break.com/609024" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowScriptAccess="always" width="464" height="392"></embed></object><br><font size=1><a href="http://www.break.com/usercontent/2008/11/Glcok-Function-609024.html">Glcok Function</a> - Watch more <a href="http://www.break.com/">How-to</a></font>[/IMG]
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    here try this:
    Glock FunctionVideo


    Quote Originally Posted by rex03 View Post
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    Last edited by HotGuns; November 22nd, 2008 at 01:34 AM. Reason: corrected spelling of title

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    Thank you very much. I take it you can't embed clips on this site? Thank you once again..
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    The slide does not move back until the bullet has left the muzzle??

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    Seen it before. It is very well laid out, and a definite plus for those to be more technically involved with their Glock pistol. Good post.

    I don't know of any forums that will let you embed.

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    I'm on quite a few Subaru sites where you can do this all the time (Hence my screen name) LOL.. I thought you could here also, but I'm incorrect..
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    Generally, I save images or gifs to my photobucket, then paste the img codes here. Works better actually. I had to get used to the fact of not being able to use html in most instances myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    ...I don't know of any forums that will let you embed.
    Many will.
    TnGunOwners.com, for example. You just add link like here, but it puts the video preview right in the post.
    Using vBulletin just like here, too. I'm sure it's an admin option.

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    That would be correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveInTexas View Post
    The slide does not move back until the bullet has left the muzzle??
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    That would be correct.
    Well I try to post at least one stupid question each week, here it is:

    Why?
    I figured it was driven back by the expanding gasses....and these are being produced the moment the primer is ignited. If so, what is the delay? How can there be any pressure remaining in the barrel after the bullet has left?

    PS I found this on Wiki....I am amazed that the cartridges used today appear very similar to those of over 100years ago.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullet
    Also, can we get incendiary and tracer rounds for our pistols??

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveInTexas View Post
    Why?
    I figured it was driven back by the expanding gasses....and these are being produced the moment the primer is ignited. If so, what is the delay? How can there be any pressure remaining in the barrel after the bullet has left?
    Looking at the video you would think that everything would move at the same time. The only problem with that is the span of time you’re looking at. The slide has mass. It takes time for that mass to start moving from the force placed upon it. The mass of the bullet is much smaller. So with XX force on two objects of different mass, the lighter one will accelerate faster. This means that the bullet will be long gone by the time your slide moves.

    I would not classify this as a stupid question. How often in your day to day activities do you deal with mass, acceleration and small time periods on a conscious level?
    Most of us I would say do this very little.
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    Good explanation, thanks.
    I guess the issue in my mind is that the gun is stationary, and then the slide starts moving with no apparent force applied to it. If I could see the gasses escaping the muzzle, that newtonian force would be apparent!

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    Well I try to post at least one stupid question each week, here it is:

    Why?
    I figured it was driven back by the expanding gasses....and these are being produced the moment the primer is ignited. If so, what is the delay? How can there be any pressure remaining in the barrel after the bullet has left?
    From a shooter's standpoint, I am glad that the slide remains still until the bullet clears the barrel. If not if would make for a very inaccurate design, seeing as how most barrels become loose as the slide moves back.

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    That's the old version. Here's the updated one!


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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveInTexas View Post
    The slide does not move back until the bullet has left the muzzle??
    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    That would be correct.
    Isaac Newton and I must disagree. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction (not an opposite reaction at some later time).

    The propellant's combustion exerts force in all directions; lateral force in one direction is balanced by lateral force in the opposite direction. Force exerted on the bullet equals force exerted against the end of the cartridge case. The case, barrel, and slide start to move back at the same instant the bullet starts to move forward.

    The momentum (product of mass and velocity) of the bullet equals the momentum of the case+barrel+slide. The bullet moves much faster than the slide because its mass is much smaller than the combined mass of case, barrel, and slide. It exits the barrel while the slide is still moving straight back before the barrel unlocks from the slide and the slide hits the end of its travel causing the "flip" from the recoil force.

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