Glock Introduces New "Dr. Kevorkian" Model

Glock Introduces New "Dr. Kevorkian" Model

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    Glock Introduces New "Dr. Kevorkian" Model



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    very nice.

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    That's just too funny,
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    man If I thought I'd need a hi cap 9mm to do the job I guess I'd need one of those...

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    How many shots is it?

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    It's a Single Shot. How many more do you need than one with that setup.
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    I bet they are 1/2 Price

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    You Need To Read The Instructions...

    it was meant to be a 'back-up' gun!


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    Just wait till the lawsuits start pouring in from people who accidentally didn't shoot themselves....
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    I'm surprised this ol faithful ain't come out again - a wheel gun does just as well ya know LOL!


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    You guy have too much time on your hands
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    So Chris, why does a suicide gun need a lanyard attachment?

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    So Chris, why does a suicide gun need a lanyard attachment?
    Hey - I dunno
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    Saw one similar to this about 20 years ago in an ad. It was called a "Polish Target Pistol" although the ethnicity was more universal.
    ""If I shoot all the ammo I am carrying, I either won't need more or, more won't help me.""

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    I'm old fashioned. I'd want the revolver. Well, once, I guess.....

    Great photo!

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