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Stomped, buried, abused and tortured.

Posted by Rob Longenecker on May 23rd, 2007

Some call Glocks “Tupperwear” and make fun of their “fugly” looks. Glocks do, however, go bang when you pull the trigger and are known for out of the box reliability. What about down the road after a few thousand rounds? What if you don’t clean your gun? How ’bout a little sand and dirt? What if you run over it with your truck? Toss it from an airplane?

I invite you to click on this story from PreparedGear.com

The Prepared Gear Review: Glock 21 .45acp (Performed by Bigbore of Adco Firearms)

“For almost 10 years Iíve been abusing and neglecting my Glock 21. Its been a running joke among some friends and I. Nothing was planned or documented. As I tell people what it has been through, most simply donít believe me. I guess I wouldnít either. If someone told you their Glock has at least 150K rounds through it and has gone almost 15K rounds with no cleaning or maintenance would you believe them?”


One Response to “Stomped, buried, abused and tortured.”

  1. Christopher Edgington Says:

    I always though of my Glock 20 (10mm) as the handgun equivalent to the A-10 Thunderbolt II…aka The Warthog. The warthog is a lot like my big 20: ugly, powerful, and able to withstand a ton of abuse. If only I can get a 10mm round to shoot through a tank…

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